New accommodation to provide relief to Hunter Valley housing crisis

A brand new managed accommodation village in New South Wales’ Hunter region will help to ease local housing pressures, according to modular building company Ausco Modular.
According to the company, the new village will assist in providing a solution for growing housing pressures – associated with the region’s expanding resources industry – that have sparked
concern among local leaders and residents.
The new village, Stayover in Muswellbrook, will offer an initial 92 rooms for employees and contractors working within the local resources sector.
Ausco Modular managing director Anthony Walsh said the new village would expand in the future. “The village will grow to 360 rooms and will assist the Hunter region with the additional accommodation infrastructure it so desperately needs,” he said.
“Stayover in Muswellbrook provides high quality accommodation with a wide range of resort-style facilities for both short and long-term stays.” Mr Walsh said the village was the first of its kind in the region, and was based on Ausco Modular’s next-generation accommodation designs.
“The village is Muswellbrook’s first purpose-built village and its design and operation is based on that of leading Australian hotels,” he said.
“Residents will have access to private en suite rooms, a tennis court, pool and golf course.
“By offering a premium accommodation alternative, Ausco Modular hopes to provide a sustainable, practical solution to steer visiting workers away from local housing.”

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