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  1. ACTCOSS Conference 2008Housing & Homelessness into the Future David Carr Development Manager

  2. CHC’s housing • Not-for-profit providing quality community and affordable housing; • Independent of Government; • Caters for people on low to moderate incomes • Does not receive recurrent subsidies from Government; • Transfer of 132 properties from the ACT Government, • Average age of properties is 36 years and are in need of refurbishment/replacement; • Affordable housing to meet the following dwelling targets: • Rental - 250 within 5 years, 500 within 10 years • Sale – 220 within 5 years, 500 within 10 years

  3. Target market • Housing gap between public housing and open market • Estimated 78,000 households in gap

  4. Target market • Childcare; • Aged care; • Police; • Ambulance personnel; • Nurses; • Community development workers; and • Transport workers.

  5. Tenancy profile • 45% of tenancy’s more than 5 Years • 42% of tenants’ housing needs have changed

  6. Tenancy profile • 61% of tenants inappropriately housed • 47% of tenants have an unused bedroom • 14% of tenants are under housed

  7. Tenancy profile • 51% of tenants want to be relocated • 22% of tenants want to live in a different Canberra region

  8. Rental application statistics • 44 Applications Surveyed

  9. Rental application statistics

  10. Rental application statistics

  11. Rental application statistics

  12. Renewal

  13. Innovation - Supportive Housing 4 unrelated tenancies All adaptable Private kitchens, ensuite, living and outdoor Shared entry and laundry Separate metering

  14. Innovation - Shared living • 4 unrelated tenants • Bedroom suites with ensuite, stores, sitting area • Shared living, kitchen, laundry • Approved as single residence • Completed

  15. Supported accommodation Abbeyfield – 10 unrelated people with mild mental disabilities Self funding model

  16. Projects – Forde and Frankiln • Forde - 20 units • Franklin 49 units • High energy rating • Low maintenance • Prefab/off site manufacture • Fast construction • Compact designs • Community focused living

  17. Forde/Franklin Housing Types Type F - accessible Type C

  18. Projects - Metros • 19 apartment units • Mixed tenure • Mixed types • Start construction in 2-3 weeks

  19. Projects Holt • 8 units • Mixed tenure • Start construction November

  20. National Initiatives • National Rental Affordability Scheme • 100,000 new rental dwellings through tax credits of $8,000 PA • Subsidy extend to the not for profit sector • Chief Minister has agreed to support CHC • $6,000 from Commonwealth and $2,000 from ACT Government • Tranches of 50 dwellings each • Retention for at least10 years • Other states • Land contributions • Cash grants • Benevolent contributions