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16 July 2021 Posted by 

PACIFIC LINK RECIEVES $1.2 GRANT

THE Central Coast’s only locally based Tier 1 Community Housing Provider (CHP) is making significant improvements to social housing properties across the Central Coast, Lake Macquarie and Hunter regions.
Pacific Link Housing has received a grant of more than $1.2M from the NSW Government to upgrade 73 social housing properties, create local jobs and stimulate the local economy.
 
The Land and Housing Corporation (LAHC) Capital Works Program over recent months has delivered maintenance works such as roofing, fencing, painting, flooring, bathroom and kitchen renovations.
 
Ian Lynch, CEO of Pacific Link Housing said the funding enabled it to gain the additional in-kind support from our corporate donors and go the extra step and turn the property into a place where new residents can feel completely at home.
 
“Pacific Link hosted a corporate volunteer day with a team from Westfield Tuggerah who helped to revamp the gardens, as well as providing individual raised veggie gardens and household items for the new tenants,” My Lynch said.
 
Due to the extensive renovations, Pacific Link relocated the previous tenants toother suitable housing to allow for the works to be completed. 
 
Pacific Link is partnering with Baptist Care in relation to the allocation, transition into community housing and ongoing support, ensuring the new tenants have all the resources and assistance to live independently in the local community.


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