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June 27, 2019

Do you need to report a repair?

Winter is a busy time for our property services team who are getting more repair requests than ever. Just a reminder that to report a repair you can Phone 1300 895 205 Monday to Friday between the hours of 8.30am – 4.30am Email repairs@foundationhousing.org.au Use the online form on our website We aim to respond […]

Do you need to report a repair?

June 25, 2019

Winter sprinkler switch-off is in place

With the recent rain here in Perth it was a good reminder that the Water Corporation’s sprinkler switch-off is now in place. Anyone using their garden sprinklers from now until 31 August risks a $100 fine. The rain over the winter will be enough to keep your garden growing and by turning off your sprinklers, […]

Winter sprinkler switch-off is in place

June 25, 2019

Tenant Survey

We are getting ready to launch our Tenant Survey in August. The survey will provide you with the opportunity to have your say on everything to do with your house, and your experience with Foundation Housing. The survey is managed by an external organisation and all your responses are completely anonymous to us. By completing […]

Tenant Survey

May 22, 2019

We’re launching our Reconciliation Action Plan

Foundation Housing will launch its first Reconciliation Action Plan during National Reconciliation Week (27 May – 3 June). CEO Kathleen Gregory says the plan was developed out of a desire to acknowledge the Foundation Housing’s commitment to Aboriginal reconciliation. “Through the implementation of this Reflect RAP, we’re embarking on a journey that will see our […]

We’re launching our Reconciliation Action Plan

May 16, 2019

Staff member wins sector award

The manager of our Hampton Road lodging house, Julia MacDonald, has been announced as the joint 2019 WA Winner of the Inspirational Team Member in the Australasian Housing Institute’s Professional Excellence in Housing Awards. Julia’s colleagues find her an inspiring co-worker because of her long abiding and passionate commitment to the men and women Foundation […]

Staff member wins sector award

May 16, 2019

Shelter WA and Foundation Housing to co-host Broome housing forum

We’ve joined forces with peak housing group, Shelter WA, to host a community forum in Broome about affordable housing in the town on 29 May.  Foundation Housing’s CEO Kathleen Gregory and CEO of Shelter WA, Michelle Mackenzie will lead a conversation with local service providers about what housing strategies have worked well in the town […]

Shelter WA and Foundation Housing to co-host Broome housing forum

April 16, 2019

Public holiday closing dates

Our offices will be closed over Easter and on Anzac Day Friday 19 April Saturday  20 April Sunday 21 April Monday 22 April Anzac Day 25 April   From 4.00pm on Thursday 18 April until 8.30am Tuesday 23 April, ASAP Asset Management will be managing our emergency maintenance. Tenants should report urgent maintenance issues directly […]

Public holiday closing dates

April 16, 2019

Stating our case ahead of the federal election

The upcoming Federal Election has prompted us to speak up about what we think needs to be done by government to improve housing affordability and supply in Australia. We’ve gone on the record to say we think the recent Federal budget was a missed opportunity to address the affordable housing challenge because the research tells […]

Stating our case ahead of the federal election

April 16, 2019

We’re launching our Reconciliation Action Plan

We are proudly launching our first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) during National Reconciliation Week. Our Reflect RAP is a symbol of our commitment to grow understanding and respect of Aboriginal culture and create more opportunities to work together with our tenants and the broader Aboriginal community. To celebrate the launch of our RAP we’d like […]

We’re launching our Reconciliation Action Plan

April 11, 2019

Good policy ensures that everyone has a place to call home

This article originally appeared in The West Australian on 11 April 2019. What ought to be the purpose of housing policy in Australia and its citizens? What outcome exactly is it trying to achieve? Let’s start with the basics. Australia’s housing system is essentially a private market place of buyers and sellers. On the supply […]

Good policy ensures that everyone has a place to call home

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