Tapper Street Mews

November 12th, 2019

Tapper Street Mews

Tapper Street Mews is an 11-unit retirement village located in White Gum Valley, which was constructed in 1982.

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 of Fremantle.


Location: White Gum Valley, Western Australia
Date established: 1982
Number of dwellings: 11
Land area: 2,570m2
Number of residents: 11
Demographics: Over 55s
Shared facilities: Car Park & Gardens


You are invited to register your interest in becoming a resident of Tapper Street Mews. When a vacancy arises, you will be contacted and invited to submit an application for residence.

Download the application form


To be eligible for consideration, you must:

  1. be 55 years of age or older; and
  2. be on a low to moderate total household income, and have total household assets of low to moderate value; and
  3. be able to live independently, in that you are presently capable of maintaining your own safety, health and hygiene; and
  4. not own a residential property; and
  5. be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.

Rent calculation

All tenants on fixed term leases are assessed in accordance with the Community Housing Income and Asset Limits (CHAIL) Policy - Band B. This policy is available online at the following location, or simply ask Co-operation Housing to provide you with a copy.

Under this policy, rent is calculated as 74.5% of market rent for a comparable dwelling.  Tenant eligibility will be assessed against this policy upon application and thereafter upon renewal of a fixed term tenancy.