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Aussie 578 Site Manufactured Home Community Iced

January 13th, 2016 Comments off

australian manufactured home community  intenational to  creditMHProNews has learned from northernstar.au that the Lismore City Council, in Queensland, Australia has unanimously rejected a proposal for a $10 million, 578 home site manufactured home community (MHC) in Goonellabah because details of the proposal do not line up with what was initially presented to the council.

Originally, developer Aarian Pty Ltd applied for the MHC with a community building and community farm, but in other parts of the application the proposal refers to 578 MH to be developed over 20 stages.

Further, necessary and essential documentation required by the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000 has not been included. Moreover, the documents in support of the proposal lack the substance needed for relevant planning outside the proposed development. ##

(Photo credit:northernstar.au–Australian manufactured home community)

matthew-silver-daily-business-news-mhpronews-comArticle submitted by Matthew J. Silver to Daily Business News-MHProNews.

Aussie Firm Expands Manufactured Home Reach

September 4th, 2013 Comments off

Ingenia Communities (ASX ticker:INA) of Sydney, Australia has acquired two manufactured home communities in Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia for $11.2 million. The Mudgee Valley Tourist Park had a price tag of $4 million, according to proactiveinvestors.com.au, while the Mudgee Tourist and Van Resort sold for $7.2 million. Ingenia specializes in senior housing communities, owning 44 properties with 3,200 units, including 1,105 manufactured homes. MHProNews has learned Mudgee is in southeast Australia near Sydney.

(Photo credit: Darren–Brisbane, Australia manufactured homes)

Aussie Modular for Residential or Industrial Housing

June 28th, 2012 Comments off

Daily Mercury reports from Australia, housing solutions company Tektum has developed a modular house with two to four bedrooms, 80% complete when it leaves the factory in one and one half standard shipping containers, and occupancy-ready within several days. The homes feature solar water heating, double-glazed windows, rain water recycling and compact fluorescent lighting. Sydney-based Tektum also offers a mine accommodation option that divides the home into three units, attracting attention from coal mining companies seeking better accommodations for their employees. MHProNews has learned the modular homes have earned a six-star NatHERS (Nationwide House Energy Rating Scheme) rating, similar to LEED certification.

(Photo credit: Daily Mercury/Tektum)