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Haven House Logan


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Building Partner
Charity Partner
The Lady Musgrave Trust

The Property Industry Foundation is partnering with The Lady Musgrave Trust to build transitional housing for vulnerable young mothers (aged 18-24 years inclusive) and their children at Yarrabilba, Logan.

The proposed Logan Hub will create an additional four safe and secure self-contained units (9 bedrooms) in the Logan region, with common space for learning and support activities.

The project will provide vulnerable young local mothers (many of whom have been affected by domestic and family violence) with an opportunity to stabilise their lives and develop life skills and capability to build great futures for themselves and their children

Key Suppliers & Supporters

At every Haven House, the support we get from the industry is incredible.
The below is not a full list but notes some key suppliers.

  • ADG Engineer
  • Blight Rayner
  • Holmes Group
  • Inertia
  • Kane Constructions
  • Knisco

  • Mace Australia
  • McNab
  • Northrop Consulting Engineers
  • Saunders Havill Group
  • WT Partnership
  • Xburo

Our new project in Logan, QLD!


The Property Industry Foundation Queensland gathered for a special 10-year anniversary dinner and announced an exciting new project in Logan.

The Property Industry Foundation proudly celebrated their 10th Anniversary in Queensland on 31 August, with a fundraising dinner at The Calile Hotel in Brisbane.

The Foundation officially launched its next project, Haven House Logan at this dinner. This flagship project, in partnership with The Lady Musgrave Trust, will provide brand new transitional housing to at-risk young mothers (aged 18-24 years) and their children.

“The support of the Property Industry Foundation has been essential to getting the ball rolling on this project, providing an avenue for other industry partners to commit their time and expertise to get us to ‘shovel ready’ status.”

Victoria Parker, CEO, The Lady Musgrave Trust

The Lady Musgrave Trust’s Logan Housing Hub will provide up to 4,000 nights of safe accommodation in Logan for young women and children experiencing homelessness due to domestic and family violence. Four self-contained homes will be available for young families, as well as onsite support, social spaces and proximity to schools and transport.

“Young people and single mothers have been hit hard by the housing crisis and these bedrooms and homes will provide hope, opportunity, safety to rebuild and a chance to break the cycle of homelessness. I am so proud of what we as an industry achieved, together we raised over $1M of in-kind donations and cash for this project.”

Antoinette Rusby-Perera, Queensland State Manager, Property Industry Foundation

We thank the 250 industry friends and colleagues who came together to mark a decade of teamwork and contribution in support of homeless youth in the region – a chance to look back on past achievements and into the future where new projects and events are underway.

Find out more about the 10th Anniversary Dinner.

Land visit during exciting early days


It was special to have our Queensland team join the staff from The Lady Musgrave Trust and the young mums helping share the importance of the development of this project during an early stages site visit for Logan House.

It’s a great experience to come together and share in the excitement of what this empty space will mean to young mums in need once the housing spaces are complete and the living spaces are ready to empower generations of women and children.

“Our vision is to provide young women with a place to call home while they stabilise their lives, and are supported to develop their life skills and opportunities and build great futures for themselves and their children.”

Victoria Parker, Chief Executive Officer, The Lady Musgrave Trust


Exciting Milestone at Haven House Logan!


24 QLD - Logan sod turn - News image 1 - 18 June

On June 3, we celebrated a significant milestone with a sod turning ceremony at Haven House Logan (the Logan Hub) in Queensland. This marks the beginning of construction on four purpose-built units designed to support at-risk young mums (aged 18-24) and their children.

The Property Industry Foundation has partnered with The Lady Musgrave Trust, with primary funding from the Queensland Government via the Housing Investment Fund, to make this project a reality. This transitional housing project will provide essential support to vulnerable young mothers and their children in Logan.

“The sod turning event is a significant milestone for our project team who have been working on this project for the past two years,” says Victoria Parker, CEO of The Lady Musgrave Trust. “The support of the Property Industry Foundation has been essential in getting the ball rolling on this project, providing an avenue for other industry partners to commit their time and expertise to get us to ‘shovel ready’ status.”

24 QLD - Kingaroy sod turn - News image 5 - 18 June

We were honored to have Sal Guardala, National Board Member and Chair of QLD Board of Advisors, attend the event alongside representatives from The Lady Musgrave Trust, the QLD State Government, and many members of the project team who have generously provided their pro bono time and expertise.

Special thanks to our amazing partners:

  • The Lady Musgrave Trust – Charity Partner
  • Queensland Department of Housing – Primary Funder
  • Blight Rayner – Architect
  • Mace Group – Project Manager
  • ADG – Structural Engineer
  • Inertia – Civil Engineer
  • Xburo – Mechanical Engineer
  • TTM Group – Traffic Engineer
  • WT Partnership – Quantity Surveyor
  • Saunders Havill Group – Planning Consultant
  • McNab – Builder