The professional team

Expertise to Help Bring the Vision into Reality

The members of Kyloring Housing Co-operative are assisted by a team of professionals. 

The development of the Kyloring Community is facilitated and promoted by Co-operation Housing.

Co-operation Housing is the umbrella organisation for housing co-operatives in Western Australia.  We support existing housing co-ops and assist with the development of new ones. 

Our mission – Building strong communities through co-operative living.  

Co-operation Housing is a not for profit company with charitable status.  We are established following co-operative principles and are owned and controlled by our members. 

Co-operation Housing is a registered Community Housing Provider and Specialist Disability Provider.  We specialise in housing co-operatives. 

 

Eugenie Stockmann

Chief Executive officer

Melinda Marshall

Operations manager

Anthony Rizzacasa

Development manager

Cohousing Solutions - Katie McCamant

Kyloring Housing Co-operative can call upon the 30+ years of experience of Katie McCamant from Cohousing Solutions.  

Katie McCamant leads CoHousing Solutions. She brings the depth and diversity of her experience as an architect, developer, and cohousing resident to her clients. She lived in Doyle Street Cohousing in Emeryville, CA, for 12 years, and now lives in Nevada City Cohousing in the Sierra Foothills. Both communities she founded. 

Katie is a founder of cohousing in the United States.  She has helped create dozens of successful, award-winning communities and now shares her knowledge and experiences with passionate entrepreneurs who seek to devote themselves to building the next cohousing communities through the ‘500 communities program’  Co-operation Housing’s CEO, Eugenie Stockmann, was selected and participated in this program in 2018.  

"Every year there are more studies showing how important it is for our health to stay active and social. Now we need housing models that make that easy for people to do, while acknowledging that most of us also value our privacy. The cohousing approach of involving residents in the development process allows us to create neighbourhoods that really meet people’s needs in a new way."

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Katie McCamant & Eugenie Stockmann

H+H Architects

H+H Architects is the largest regional architectural practice in WA. Their head office is located in Albany, with additional offices in Kalgoorlie and Bunbury. H+H Architects was established in 2006 through the merger of David Heaver & Associates with Ian Howard & Associates.  H+H services the entire southern end of the state, having completed projects across the Great Southern, South West, Goldfields and Wheatbelt regions.

With clients based across the region, they can offer economy of scale to regional projects running concurrently, including full contract administration services to ensure an efficient and professional outcome. 

They design practical, affordable buildings that respond sensitively to the environment and connect with people.

Among the reasons for selecting H+H architects for Kyloring Housing Co-operative is their experience with community-led projects, including Deco Housing in Denmark (WA).  

Gina Price, The Sociocracy Consulting Group

The Sociocracy Consulting Group have been appointed to assist the members of Kyloring Housing Co-operative establish live well together in community.  They bring a whole systems approach to collaborative decision-making, project management, and organizational governance – creating more inclusive and effective organizations where all stakeholders have a voice.  

Gina Price is one of The Sociocracy Consulting Group’s consultants.  She is based in Perth, WA.  She values the beauty, harmony and wisdom that flows from people working together and sharing responsibility. She is certified as a consultant in the Sociocratic Circle Method and has been training communities for over 12 years. She is a founding member of The Sociocracy Consulting Group and has worked with businesses, communities and schools in Australia, and North and South America. She is a Board member of two sociocratic organisations including Narara Ecovillage Co-operative, NSW.