Social and Affordable Housing Fund
The Social and Affordable Housing Fund (SAHF) is a $1.1 billion New South Wales Government initiative funding the provision of social housing. The Government is investing the money to provide a stable income stream for up to 25 years to boost social and affordable housing, with homes to be built over four years. In March 2017, the NSW Government announced that five consortia have been awarded contracts to deliver homes and tailored support services as part of Phase 1. Three of the recipients targeted housing for older people at risk of homelessness.