Another exciting housing development officially launched by Identitywa!
The opportunity to gather for a ‘Turning of the Sod’ ceremony is one which everyone involved in Identitywa’s Housing project gets pretty excited about!
Today, Board Chair Graeme Mander, members of the Identitywa Board, CEO Marina Re, the Mayor of Cannington, Mayor Patrick Hall, General Manager of our building partner, INKA, Danielle Devereux, and key INKA staff gathered to pick up their shovels as a sign of commencing our next building project located in East Cannington.
“Identitywa has a Housing Strategy, and a strong commitment to providing high-quality housing that will see over 12 new homes built in a three-year period,” explained Graeme.
“This site was part of parish land owned by St Francis Parish and, more recently St Joseph’s Queens Park Parish. We are grateful to the Archdiocese of Perth for enabling this development to proceed.”
Three state-of-the-art homes will be built, one for participants who require high physical support and two for those who require homes with improved liveability.
“A total of 10 people will be able to live in these high-quality homes,” said Graeme.
“INKA is the builder once again, continuing our solid relationship with them as a preferred builder for Identitywa homes.
Mayor Hall said it was important for the City of Cannington to support diverse housing options.
“It is our role to assist,” said Mayor Hall.
“I can’t wait to return and see the transformation when the homes are completed.
“We are all looking forward to the finished result!”
A registered NDIS provider, Identitywa is one of WA’s leading agencies supporting people with disability to live the life they choose. We offer a wide variety of services, including housing. For more information, go to www.identitywa.com.au or call 9474 3033.
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