Compass Housing has been awarded a two-year contract to provide tenancy management and property management services at Summer Housing’s new Circa Three apartments in the fashionable and bustling Brisbane suburb of Nundah.
Summer Housing’s model is to pepper high support apartments within larger complexes.
Compass already provides such services for Summer Housing’s apartments in six other complexes in NSW and Queensland through its SDA fee for service management program. This includes the award winning Belle development in Lake Macquarie, NSW.
Applications for Circa Three are now open
Applications are now open for people with a disability who have SDA in their NDIS plans and looking for accessible, supported, modern, apartment living. People should apply through The Housing Hub website.
Nundah Village, just 8km from Brisbane’s CBD, surrounded by diverse shops, cafes, restaurants, services and transport links.
The ten spacious, open plan, single-level, apartments are designed for people with high physical support needs. The design achieves Platinum level certification under Livable Housing Design Guidelines and meets High Physical Support design requirements under the NDIS.
The apartments feature customisable kitchens, bathrooms and laundries, and wheelchair accessible private outdoor areas. They can accommodate customised home automation and communication technology and the future installation of ceiling hoists.
The average apartment size (internal area) is 71.4 square metres.
Beautifully appointed, the apartments boast European stainless steel appliances, stone bench tops, separate laundries, ample storage and large balconies. A landscaped alfresco area on the podium level provides residents with the perfect location to relax.
The delivery of Circa Three is the final chapter for the vision of a vibrant community master plan in one of Brisbane’s most accessible suburbs.
Compass also manages Summer Housing’s Belle SDA apartments in Lake Macquarie, NSW
The apartments are similar to the ones Compass manages for Summer Housing in the Lake Macquarie suburb of Belmont, in NSW.
The 10 apartments for people with disability are peppered throughout Belle, a 110 unit private development. There are two 1.5-bedroom, six 2-bedroom and two 3-bedroom apartments.
The apartments are close to transport, shops and community facilities. From the outside, the apartments are not distinguishable from neighbouring apartments.
Belle’s design also achieves Platinum level certification under Livable Housing Design Guidelines. A two-way communications system enables tenants to contact support workers in the event of emergency or unplanned support in each apartment.
This Summer Housing project, named Hunter Housing Project, was funded as part of the Hunter NDIS trial site in NSW in 2016 to provide accommodation for people with a disability inappropriately living in aged care.
Compass Housing offers fee for service SDA property and tenancy management