To move people from social housing into home ownership while opening up social housing vacancies for those on the waiting list.
To help alleviate the current social housing shortage by developing and providing new permanent accommodation solutions and developing crisis and transitional accomodation.
The innovative Barnett model is proven to help families transition to independence and home ownership from public and social housing. This frees scarce community housing for those experiencing homelessness.
The security, the comfort and the pride of having our own home where we can invite friends over and celebrate is great.
I had lived in Social Housing all my life. The idea of owning my own home was way in the future. Then I heard about the MAP Project. It was such a rare opportunity.
MAP is a home ownership opportunity for people living in social housing. The residential development of 34 apartments was built in North Melbourne, 2km north of the CBD.
Being located in the Brunswick Activity Centre, this site is well positioned to benefit from existing commercial, community and transport services as well as facilities on offer.