Shire of Dardanup deputy president Peter Robinson (left) with MLC (South West) Colin Holt, Access Housing chief executive Garry Ellender and South West Development Commission chief executive Anna Oades

Housing for South West seniors

This year’s Rising Stars NFP-charity winner, Access Housing Australia, has started construction at its new project at Boyanup and Dardanup, providing new and refurbished affordable homes for seniors.  

The South West Ageing in Place Housing Pilot projects are due for completion in mid to late 2017 and will deliver 14 new units at Dardanup and nine in Boyanup, where an additional three existing units will be refurbished. 

Fourteen of the 26 units will be retained by Access Housing to provide affordable rental accommodation, while 12 will be made available for sale to local seniors. Funds from the sales will go towards further senior housing projects in South West communities.


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23rd↓Fremantle Dockers$52.2m
25th↑Access Housing Australia$47.4m
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59 not for profit businesses ranked by WA revenue most recent financial year

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