Mandurah Common Ground

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Mandurah Common Ground will deliver permanent, supportive housing for adults who have experienced chronic homelessness or are low income earners.

The Department of Communities is leading the delivery of two Common Grounds, located in East Perth and Mandurah, to help address the issue of homelessness and social housing needs in WA.

Mandurah Common Ground will be located at 81-87A Allnutt Street, Mandurah, and will comprise up to 50 self-contained apartments with indoor and outdoor communal areas and on-site support services for residents.

Planning will consider the inclusion of commercial spaces for local businesses or social enterprises, co-located service organisations and shared function and meeting rooms.

Reflecting Communities’ commitment to quality stakeholder engagement, input will be sought from a range of stakeholders during the development of Mandurah Common Ground.

The Common Ground model, which has been successfully adopted in other Australian cities, is based on a ‘housing first’ approach, where people are placed in housing as a first priority and provided with wrap-around supports.

The State Government has committed $28.1 million to the delivery of this project.

Common Ground is a key component of the State Government’s All Paths Lead to a Home: Western Australia’s 10 Year Strategy on Homelessness 2020–2030, which aims to improve outcomes for Western Australians experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness.

How can I find out more?

Further information will be provided on this page as the project progresses. A series of FAQs for the Mandurah Common Ground site is available in the Useful Information panel on the right side of this page.

To find out more about Common Ground please:

Mandurah Common Ground will deliver permanent, supportive housing for adults who have experienced chronic homelessness or are low income earners.

The Department of Communities is leading the delivery of two Common Grounds, located in East Perth and Mandurah, to help address the issue of homelessness and social housing needs in WA.

Mandurah Common Ground will be located at 81-87A Allnutt Street, Mandurah, and will comprise up to 50 self-contained apartments with indoor and outdoor communal areas and on-site support services for residents.

Planning will consider the inclusion of commercial spaces for local businesses or social enterprises, co-located service organisations and shared function and meeting rooms.

Reflecting Communities’ commitment to quality stakeholder engagement, input will be sought from a range of stakeholders during the development of Mandurah Common Ground.

The Common Ground model, which has been successfully adopted in other Australian cities, is based on a ‘housing first’ approach, where people are placed in housing as a first priority and provided with wrap-around supports.

The State Government has committed $28.1 million to the delivery of this project.

Common Ground is a key component of the State Government’s All Paths Lead to a Home: Western Australia’s 10 Year Strategy on Homelessness 2020–2030, which aims to improve outcomes for Western Australians experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness.

How can I find out more?

Further information will be provided on this page as the project progresses. A series of FAQs for the Mandurah Common Ground site is available in the Useful Information panel on the right side of this page.

To find out more about Common Ground please:

Page last updated: 01 Aug 2022, 04:12 PM