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From the Minister for Housing

Wendy Lovell



The Hon Wendy Lovell MLC


Wednesday, 09 April 2014

Victoria in Bloom, the state’s annual gardening contest for tenants living in social housing, has once again produced a bumper-crop of winners, Minister for Housing Wendy Lovell announced today.

Clear new directions for social housing have been set by the Victorian Coalition Government with today’s release of the New Directions for Social Housing: a Framework for a Strong and Sustainable Future.
 

Shepparton’s first Youth Foyer has been granted planning approval by the Greater Shepparton City Council, Minister for Housing Wendy Lovell announced today.

Minister for Housing Wendy Lovell today helped mark the start of construction on a new Bendigo housing project aimed at preventing homelessness.

The revitalisation of the Hampton Station Precinct as a safer, more accessible and vibrant community space has moved a step closer today with Expressions of Interest from developers now being sought, Minister for Public Transport Terry Mulder said today.

Minister for Housing Wendy Lovell has announced $2.6 million over three years for Kids Under Cover to continue its ongoing work in protecting the most vulnerable people in our society.

An innovative partnership between the Victorian Coalition Government, community organisations and the private sector is providing affordable housing for local people aged 55 and over in Wangaratta.

Minister for Housing Wendy Lovell today released the December 2013 quarter Victorian public housing waiting list, which has fallen to its lowest level since June 2007.

Minister for Housing Wendy Lovell has hailed the work of Victorian social housing tenants Alan Sanders and Ethel May Emms, during a ceremony in Melbourne today.
 
The Victorian Coalition Government will support the The Big Give initiative this year, which provides a free Christmas lunch to more than 300 people who are experiencing disadvantage, Premier Denis Napthine announced today. 
 
Gardeners pick up your shovels, rev up your lawn mowers and start planting – the Victoria in Bloom garden competition is now open.
 
Minister for Housing Wendy Lovell today released the September 2013 quarter Victorian public housing waiting list, which has fallen to its lowest level since June 2007.
 
Minister for Housing Wendy Lovell today released the September 2013 quarter Victorian public housing waiting list, which has fallen to its lowest level since June 2007.
 
Minister for Housing Wendy Lovell today released the September 2013 quarter Victorian public housing waiting list, which has fallen to its lowest level since June 2007.
 
Minister for Housing Wendy Lovell today released the September 2013 quarter Victorian public housing waiting list, which has fallen to its lowest level since June 2007.
 
Minister for Housing Wendy Lovell today released the September 2013 quarter Victorian public housing waiting list, which has fallen to its lowest level since June 2007.
 
Minister for Housing Wendy Lovell today released the September 2013 quarter Victorian public housing waiting list, which has fallen to its lowest level since June 2007.
 
Minister for Housing Wendy Lovell today released the September 2013 quarter Victorian public housing waiting list, which has fallen to its lowest level since June 2007.
 
Minister for Housing Wendy Lovell today released the September 2013 quarter Victorian public housing waiting list, which has fallen to its lowest level since June 2007.
 
Minister for Housing Wendy Lovell today released the September 2013 quarter Victorian public housing waiting list, which has fallen to its lowest level since June 2007.