The $14 million Trinity Hill social housing project in North Hobart has move forward another step.
The 46-unit Trinity Hill Accommodation and Training Centre recently received the green light by Hobart City Council and tenders for construction have now been advertised.
The centre in North Hobart will provide independent and supported accommodation for 46 young people on low incomes, including 16 young people living with disability.
Trinity Hill will help turn young lives around by offering modern homes with training opportunities for young Tasmanians in need and at risk of homelessness.
Constructing this project will create more than 100 direct and indirect jobs and inject about $34 million into the economy. The redevelopment is expected to take around 18 months to complete.
Of the total $14 million total project budget (which includes the purchase of the land), $1 million has been provided by the Australian Government under the National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness.