More Brabham housing on the line along Metronet path

More Brabham housing on the line along Metronet path

BRABHAM will get 3000 new homes as part of the Metronet-linked housing project in a partnership between the Department of Communities and Peet Brabham Pty Ltd.

Housing Minister Peter Tinley announced the project last week, which will be located on the planned Morley-Ellenbrook rail line.

The project is set to create 1900 jobs and generate $2.32 billion in economic activity.

Mr Tinley said Brabham would become a major oriented development linking the Swan Valley to Perth and provide a significant boost to WA’s stock of affordable housing.

“The project will focus strongly on creating a diverse and inclusive community that will enable all groups to be an active part of their local neighbourhood,” he said.

“Residents will enjoy a vibrant community connected to Perth through the Whiteman Park rail station, which is planned for construction by 2022.

“This is a great opportunity to partner with Peet.”

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