Federal funding helps new social housing development

14 September 2020|Community News| Off Comments off on Federal funding helps new social housing development|

EIGHT million dollars in funding from the Federal Government provided under the Hobart City Deal has supported Centacare Evolve Housing to make 45 new social homes available in Claremont.

“As we acknowledged Homelessness Week it was great to be able to see tangible progress being made to help support the vulnerable in our community,” Senator Eric Abetz said.

“In a few short months, the 45 homes we were shown will be made available in Abbottsfield Road in Claremont for those in need of social housing.

“This is the result of $8 million in funding provided by the Liberal Government’s Hobart City Deal, as well as the close cooperation between the Liberal Government and organisations such as Centacare Evolve and Catholic Care, which have effectively translated this funding into the homes we see today.”

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