Last night, several PPHA staff attended the Gala Event held at the Bayview Eden on Queen Street and hosted by Tracy Harvey. PPHA was a finalist in two categories, picking up the Award for Business Excellence in the category of Medium to Large Business.
News and Events
Port Phillip Housing Association has been announced as a finalist in the Citipower Port Phillip Business Excellence Awards for 2014 in two categories:
- Medium and Large Business and
- Partnership and Corporate Responsibility - NFP.
Focused on the services and opportunities available within the City of Port Phillip, the Rooming House Survival Guide was launched at a public function on Monday 4 August. The guide is available as a printed booklet or as a pdf on a USB stick. Produced by St Kilda Community Housing, the booklet aims provide information to rooming house residents on the activities and services that can be accessed easily and importantly, cheaply. An advisory committee of housing staff, rooming house residents and service providers oversaw the production of the booklet. PPHA had both a staff and a rooming house representative on the committee. Congratulations to all on producing this valuable resource.
Affordable Housing: Everyone Has A Story To Tell
Art Exhibition and Community Forum
Due to the great success of the November 2013 Exhibition Port Phillip Housing Association (PPHA) in partnership with The Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka (M.A.D.E.) is highlighting the important role affordable and secure housing can play in boosting community participation and personal resilience of community housing tenants.
In an unprecedented move, seven state peak organisations with an interest in housing, homelessness and domestic violence have come together to produce a new vision for social housing in Victoria.