Wollongong must build thousands more homes to meet 'difficult' state target

Connor Pearce
Natalie Croxon
Updated May 30 2024 - 5:28pm, first published May 29 2024 - 3:02pm
Property Council Illawarra director Michelle Guido said council and industry could work together to build more homes close to jobs and transport in the region. Picture by Anna Warr
Property Council Illawarra director Michelle Guido said council and industry could work together to build more homes close to jobs and transport in the region. Picture by Anna Warr

Wollongong will do the heavy lifting in the Illawarra to help the state reach its "difficult to meet" housing targets, with the LGA tasked to deliver thousands of new homes in the next five years.

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Connor Pearce

Connor Pearce

Journalist at Illawarra Mercury

Natalie Croxon

Natalie Croxon

Journalist

Reporter at the Illawarra Mercury, mostly covering social affairs. Previously of the Bendigo Advertiser, Northern Daily Leader and Quirindi Advocate. Our Watch award winner.

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