The Taskforce is considering designs and layout options for up to 30 two-bedroom townhouses in a single-storey development. All dwellings will be Class C adaptable to support tenants living with disability and allow ageing in place.
Latest details can be found on the Public Housing Renewal Task Force website for Chapman by clicking here.
As at 7 April 2017 the Public Housing Renewal Task Force had the following information on their website:
There is no other open space in the western end of Chapman or Rivett. Why can’t it be developed into a park which could be enjoyed by the existing residents. There are no shops or amenities within walking distance and it is a bushfire prone area.
This Development Application is open for comment and you can make your opinions known to the Government through this process.
This outcome is the result of a series of consultations between the Public Housing Task Force and both Council and a group of interested residents. The footprint of the proposed development has been reduced by some 300 sq metres to leave this as Community Facilities Zoned land.