Jason has been a Fremantle local since the 70s and is passionate about the area and being a conscious member of his community. Starting out in the fresh food industry, Jason now has a range of small businesses across the building, construction and hospitality industries. His journey with Urban Fabric began in 2003 when he purchased a property and unknowingly inherited 12 lodgers along with it. With his mum a qualified social worker, he knew he needed to do something more and created the first Urban Fabric property in Fremantle. Nearly 20 years on and six properties later, he is making a difference for those that need an affordable place of a high standard to live in the Fremantle area.
Tamsin has more than 20 years’ experience in community initiatives, finance and youth work. Her passion has been in the area of research, particularly indigenous and native title. She has also been involved in the real estate industry for eight years. Tamsin’s focus at Urban Fabric for the past four years has been on building genuine relationships with ancillary service providers and stakeholders, and ensuring daily operations are successful. Tamsin supports a brilliant team of on-site managers, while maintaining low vacancy rates.
Nadine has a passion for meeting the needs of people in the community. In addition to her role as property manager at Urban Fabric, Nadine works part-time as a support worker for Multicultural Services Centre WA and volunteers at the Cannington Soup Kitchen and Feed it Forward-Maori styles, collecting and delivering food to those in need. Nadine has completed a Certificate III in Community Services.
Yvonne is a qualified social worker with a Bachelor of Science (Social Work) from Curtin University. The heart and soul of Urban Fabric, Yvonne encouraged her son Jason back in 2003 to develop affordable housing in response to a growing shortage of accommodation in Fremantle at the time. Yvonne still works closely with Jason and the team today.