The NSW Government has reportedly rolled-out the second phase of its $1.1 billion Social and Affordable Housing Fund (SAHF), which aims to build another 1,000 homes for primarily older residents. The roll-out is part of the Government’s aim to deliver 27,000 social and affordable homes over ten years.
The New South Wales government has selected another four new community housing providers to build more than 1,000 homes as part of its Social and Affordable Housing Fund (SAHF).
The four service providers will deliver the additional homes for vulnerable families under the second phase of the state government’s $1.1 billion program.
The providers include Anglicare, which will deliver 550 homes, Housing Plus delivering 220 homes, SGCH Portfolio Ltd will rollout 260 homes, and Uniting 300 homes.
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Source: The Urban Developer