Women’s  Property Initiatives creates new beginnings for women and children at risk of homelessness by providing permanent and affordable homes. They recently completed construction of a four-home pilot of their older women’s housing project. It is intended to help the many women who are caught in the middle of our housing crisis, with too many assets to qualify for social housing, but not enough to own their own home.

These women will be able to invest alongside WPI to secure a high quality, adaptable, sustainable home and a comfortable future. They will pay an affordable rent and the capital they invest remains preserved.

Designed by Studio Bright, these homes are adaptable to the needs of the residents. The project is landscape-driven, and the four car spaces are carefully designed to create flexible outdoor spaces. The front garden is generously planted with herbs, vegetable and fruit trees, providing a generous offering to the street whilst fostering a strong sense of community amongst the residents.

ULS Group were so delighted when approached by Stockland and asked if we would like to take part in the Older Women’s Housing Project. It’s such a privilege and so rewarding to be able to give back to the community. We hope the ladies enjoy their new home and garden.

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