Development set for Tasmanian suburb

By Reporter 29 January 2013 | 1 minute read

More affordable housing is on the way for Clarendon Vale, with a subdivision of land set to deliver 47 new lots for affordable housing.

Tasmanian minister for human services Cassy O’Connor, said a tender has been called for civil works at Bulla Drive and Broga Way to deliver now lots for residential development.

"With this new subdivision, a total of 110 lots of lands will be available for affordable housing development for low income Tasmanians in Clarendon Vale," Ms O'Connor said.

"New affordable homeownership is also part of the changing face of Clarendon Vale and Rokeby by providing a greater mix of housing options."

The subdivision is being funded under the Australian government's Housing Affordability Fund.

Ms O'Connor said new homeownership opportunities were being delivered as part of the Better Housing Futures program announced last year.

Interested contractors need to be pre-qualified with the Department of Treasury and Finance to tender projects under the Roads and Bridges Category: R2-Roadworks up to $2 million and F2-Financial level up to $2 million.

The Tender will close at 2pm, Friday 22 February 2013.


Affordable housing

Affordable housing refers to a residential property that a household can afford to pay for aside from their necessities.

Development set for Tasmanian suburb
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