Kyloring Housing Co-operative is a new housing development initiated by Co-operation Housing which caters for people over the age of 55 or living with a disability. Information sessions are commencing at the end of June.
A recent study by UrbaMonde, a Geneva-based NGO focused on participative urban development projects, and We Effect, a Swedish development cooperation organisation, highlights the resilience of community-led housing at times of crisis.
Do you like listening to podcasts? If so check out this interview Co-operation Housing did on the We Talk Cents podcast, which is hosted by Blaize Pengilly and Dan Jovevski.
The annual report for the financial year 2019-2020 was presented to our members at the Annual General Meeting held on 28 November 2020.
Co-operation Housing would like to officially welcome our newest full member, Mia Mia Housing Collective. Mia Mia is located in the town of Denmark in Western Australia.
Co-operation Housing successfully applied for an Australian Government Volunteer Grant under the Families and Communities Program – Volunteer Grants Activity in 2019-2020.
The Australian Co-operative Housing Alliance (AHCA) announces a new research study analysing the benefits of Australian housing co-operatives.
In November 2019 Co-operation Housing hosted a Forum on housing co-operatives. The evening was facilitated by Anthony James, Facilitator, Writer and Podcaster for The RegenNarration. Postcast #58 is a terrific listen to and recap of the panel discussion on the night.
The WA BLCW Program recently visited Co-operation Housing to bring the news that we were successful in obtaining NDIS Transition Assistance Funding.
New research released by Wales Co-operative Centre has found that residents experience improved mental well-being and happiness as well as skills development from living in co-operative and community led housing (CCLH) schemes.