$1.5 million investment to help create new affordable housing in Kemptville
Our PC government is committed to ensuring more families, seniors, people with disabilities and those at risk of homelessness have access to stable housing in their community. That’s why, together with the government of Canada, we are providing almost $1.5 million to help create new affordable housing in Kemptville.
The new 11-unit affordable housing complex is a mix of one, two, and three-bedroom units, and is composed of a renovated duplex and three newly constructed townhomes. It includes nine barrier-free units, three of which are wheelchair accessible and feature wider doorways, roll-in showers and lower counters and switches.
Funding for this project is being delivered through the Social Infrastructure Fund (SIF) and the Investment in Affordable Housing program (IAH).
Projects like this are a great example of how we’re working together to make our housing system more efficient and sustainable – ensuring that people can access the housing and supports they need today and in the years to come.