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Our Year in Review report for 2022 looks back on and celebrates a huge year, with ten new Nightingale communities emerging, a new CEO announcement, many invaluable partnerships, and numerous Resident Stories profiling Nightingale community members. Download the 2022 Year in Review (PDF).
Working with Momentum Energy, Nightingale will power our Victorian operations from energy sourced 100% from renewables.
Before Nightingale projects begin construction, we often have to demolish existing buildings. So what happens during demolition, and how do we make this process environmentally sustainable?
We’re pleased to share a new policy outlining our sustainability priorities. Read about how we’re committing to reducing carbon emissions in the delivery of Nightingale projects.
Today we’re bringing you a bit of news about exciting changes at Nightingale HQ.
We’re often asked when we’re coming to Sydney. The answer is very simply that land costs are just too high for us to be able to deliver affordable housing in well-serviced areas of the city — until now.
As a not-for-profit organisation, Nightingale is somewhat of an outlier in the profit-driven property sector. Understandably, we’re asked a lot of questions about this. In this post, we’ve pulled together a handy explainer on the who, what, why and how of our NFP status. Learn about why the NFP model works for Nightingale’s mission, and for our communities.
Nightingale Housing’s 2021 year in review is a celebration of our projects, community, and positive housing outcomes made across the year. See how we did — and where we’re heading. Download the year in review report (PDF).
In April 2021, we gained not-for-profit status, cementing what we’ve been practicing since we began. It is now enshrined in our constitution that Nightingale can never ever be monetised, that it will always be about people and never about profit. View our constitution here.