Pacific Link Housing is always interested in hearing from suitably qualified, licenced and reputable businesses (in any trade) that can service our properties located on the Central Coast, Hunter, Newcastle and Port Stephens areas. If you would like more information in becoming an approved contractor for Pacific Link, please call 43247617 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or refer to requirements_for_new_contractors.pdf.read more
Not-for-profit housing provider, Pacific Link Housing, has completed the development of four new units to provide housing for some of those most in need in Cessnock.
The addition of the four new homes opened by Mayor Bob Pynsent and Pacific Link Chairman, David Bacon, follows a recent report by the Samaritans which found there were no affordable and appropriate rental properties for people on parenting payments, people with a disability, single aged people or young people on benefits in Cessnock.read more
Gosford-based community housing provider, Pacific Link Housing, has won Australia’s top peer-group award for "Excellence in Tenant Engagement and Social Inclusion" at the national PowerHousing annual awards in Melbourne. The award recognises the quality of support programs provided by Pacific Link since 2011, when the group first introduced education scholarships to help tenants achieve their goals.Since then more than 430 Pacific Link tenants from the Central Coast and Hunter have benefitted from a growing range of assistance programs including:read more
COMING HOME #6 – Tess’s Story
“I know that I can do it myself now!”
Pacific Link Housing has been working with its service partners and young tenants to better understand their view of the world and the empowerment they experience once they enter assisted housing. Six young tenants went on to tell their stories in short videos to celebrate ‘coming home….’ This is the last in the series: Tess’s Story.
You can view Tess’s Story at:read more
“It’s about taking responsibility for your life… I can fix things… I can change that!”
Pacific Link Housing has been working with its service partners and young tenants to better understand their view of the world and the empowerment they experience once they enter assisted housing. Six young tenants went on to tell their stories in short videos to celebrate ‘coming home….’ This is the fourth in the series: Sharnie’s Story.
You can view Sharnie’s Story at: https://youtu.be/mapZn4qDgKMread more
The NSW Government has officially launched its social housing fund, which will deliver an additional 3,000 social and affordable homes for NSW in its first phase using returns from the government’s investment arm, TCorp, to encourage private and non-government organisations to team-up and develop housing projects.read more
The Central Coast’s leading community housing provider has welcomed the NSW Government’s breakthrough plan to supply urgently needed public housing in partnership with private enterprise developers and not-for-profit housing groups.
The new plan announced by Social Housing Minister Brad Hazzard on Sunday, will see the government demolish ageing and dysfunctional estates and sell them to developers in return for new developments that include a mix of private and public housing units.read more
PACIFIC LINK HOUSING: MEDIA INFORMATION
December 2, 2015
PREMIER CONGRATULATES LOCAL HOUSING GROUP
NSW Premier Mike Baird has officially opened the refurbished Dunbar Way housing estate in North Gosford to mark the 30th anniversary of local community housing provider, Pacific Link Housing.
Attending a function on the site, the Premier congratulated Pacific Link on the refurbishment of the estate first built in the 1960s.read more