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Across Australia designers are designing homes to meet LHA benchmarks. LHA have made it simpler for these homes to be recognised, and the best way to do this is to minimise costs and empower qualified professionals such as designers to design to the quality mark

All Australians benefit from homes designed with comfort, safety and ease of access as core design features and asking the clinet if they want a livable home provides benefits for all users..

These features make the home easier for parents to manoeuvre prams, easier to carry the shopping into the house, easier for people with disability or temporary injury to get around and easier to move furniture.

These same features enable key living spaces to be more easily and cost effectively adapted to meet the changing needs and abilities of home occupants such as ageing baby boomers and people who have or acquire disability.

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4 Apr 2018

Commonwealth Games village showcases livable housing to 6,000 athletes and officials

The Commonwealth Games opened today with 6,000 athletes and officials from around the world seeing Livable Housing Australia designed dwellings which will be their place to call home over the two weeks of the games.

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14 Dec 2017

Lifetime Homes provide LHA Platinum homes for Hobartians

In 2017 Lifetime Homes completed Tasmania’s first Universal Access display home, built to the Platinum level of the LHA Design Guidelines. The Lifetime SmartHome is available for viewing in New Town, Tasmania until March 2018 to showcase the benefit of a certified LHA Platinum level home.

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