The NSW Government has begun market engagement on the next stage of the Social and Affordable Housing Fund (SAHF), which will provide more housing for vulnerable people across the state, with coordinated access to tailored support.
The first briefing was held this morning at NSW Parliament House for Phase 2 of the SAHF.
Minister for Social Housing Pru Goward said engaging the community and private sectors was important in ensuring successful delivery of the SAHF.
“With Phase 2, the NSW Government is targeting an additional 1200 new social and affordable dwellings, following the 2200 announced in March,” Ms Goward said.
“We want the community and private housing sectors to come back with proposals that empower people to live more independent lives and, ideally, move beyond the need for housing support.
“We hope to see proposals for this phase that respond to the housing needs of older women in our community.”
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