Bric welcomes the remission of infrastructure charges by Moreton Bay Council on our social and affordable housing development in Redcliffe. We thank the Council for their support.
The project will provide 18 one-bedroom units to Gold and Platinum Liveable Housing Standards. It will provide much needed homes for those in housing need in the region.
The development is jointly funded, with the land provided by Bric and construction fully funded by the State Government, for which we acknowledge their significant commitment to this project. Construction has commenced, the work being undertaken by Paynters.
The building will also benefit from a solar system where the solar energy is shared between units, providing a direct benefit to tenants to minimise energy bills. This is funded through the State Government Community Sustainability Action grant program.
Providing new housing in the current construction market is challenging, every dollar counts, so the waiver of fees by Council in addition to State Government support is very helpful. We very much welcome the collaboration and support from all the government agencies involved, and the benefit that this provides to the Redcliffe community.
Bric is excited to play an important role in providing more homes for low-income households in the Moreton Bay region as part of its future focussed growth strategy, working together with our government partners.
Pictured – Frank Tamburro – Bric Executive Manager Asset Services with representatives from the builder and project manager.