Pacific Link Housing is thrilled to announce the launch of its latest social enterprise, Renew Projects.

As a wholly owned subsidiary of Pacific Link Housing, Renew Projects has been established as a multi-trade service to provide property maintenance and renovation services across the Central Coast, Lake Macquarie and Newcastle regions.

Operating under a profit-for-purpose model, the net earnings from Renew Projects will be used to enhance the environmental sustainability of Pacific Link Housing’s affordable housing developments.

Ian Lynch, CEO of Pacific Link Housing, expressed his enthusiasm about the potential impact of Renew Projects.

“Leveraging Pacific Link Housing’s vast experience in tenancy and asset management, the launch of Renew Projects extends our in-house maintenance and renovation capabilities. This initiative allows us to conduct residential property upgrades internally, reducing reliance on external contractors and ensuring compliance with our high-quality standards. After a couple of months of operating, we are now ready to offer these services to third parties who wish to engage Renew Projects for residential renovations.”

Angus Ramsey, General Manager of Renew Projects, commented on the progress made since the social enterprise’s inception.

“Since we began operations in early February, our team of highly skilled tradespeople has been delivering exceptional results. We take pride in being an integral part of the Pacific Link Housing family, contributing to initiatives that extend beyond conventional property maintenance and renovations and positively impact the community.”

Renew Projects has garnered significant support from partnerships formed to date. Mitre 10 Kincumber has committed to ongoing assistance with discounted materials and tools, amplifying the business’s impact. Additionally, the Central Coast Branches of Bendigo Bank made a substantial charitable donation, which was crucial during the start-up phase, laying a solid foundation for the social enterprise.

Renew Projects is Pacific Link Housing’s second social enterprise venture, following the success of Key2 Realty, a real estate agency offering property management services to residential landlords. This expansion highlights Pacific Link Housing’s continuing commitment to providing a comprehensive suite of property solutions for residential property owners and builds on the success of Key2 Realty.

Renew Projects began by undertaking planned maintenance works on Pacific Link Housing’s portfolio of 1,200 properties. It looks forward to working with homeowners and residential property investors seeking renovation and maintenance services.

The launch of Renew Projects is a testament to Pacific Link Housing’s dedication to driving positive social and environmental change, offering innovative property solutions with a strong community focus.

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