The Alternative Resource Community Housing (ARCH) housing co-operative is located in Bunbury (approximately two hours south of Perth), and comprises eight co-located homes.
First Fremantle Housing Collective began in 1985, when the founding committee lodged an application for funding under the Local Government Community Housing Program (LGCHP). Land owned by the State was purchased and the State also guaranteed the loan.
Inanna’s House was named after Inanna, the ancient Sumerian goddess of love, beauty, sex, desire, fertility, war, combat, justice, and political power.
Subiaco Leederville Housing Collective (SLHC) began in the early 1980s, when two existing housing co-operatives were amalgamated.
Tapper Street Mews Tapper Street Mews is an 11-unit retirement village located in White Gum Valley. Co-operation Housing has been providing property management services to Tapper Street Mews since July 2015. In October 2018, Co-operation Housing (as Trustee of the Co-op Maintenance Trust) purchased the village from the City ...