CHIA has welcomed the appointment of the National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation (NHFIC)’s inaugural chair. The Treasurer, Scott Morrison, announced the three-year appointment of Brendan Crotty to the Chair’s role. A director of Brickworks Limited, General Property Trust and Dennis Family Holdings Pty Ltd, Mr Crotty will formally take up the role after Parliament […]
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Junction Australia is looking for an Allocations Officer to provide a highly responsive and professional service to those seeking housing. Providing sound advice on housing options, associated support services and facilitating allocation of housing through appropriate assessment, you will accurately manage the administration of the Community Housing Customer Register, utilising excellent attention to detail in data […]
Additional funding to support Aboriginal housing and people who are homeless is good news but the NSW Budget does not include new investment in more social and affordable housing for NSW renters in housing stress, the state’s peak not-for-profit housing body said today. The Budget announced today includes an additional $61 million over four years […]
Women’s Property Initiative has launched a tax time campaign to raise funds for a new development in Melbourne’s south east… Imagine looking at 100 rental properties and not being able to afford a single one of them. Or searching for work when you don’t have a secure or stable place to live. What if your […]
Registered community housing provider United has lodged plans to build a $6.43 million seniors accommodation and affordable housing project in Nowra, NSW. United’s planning application is for a 30-unit, four-storey building on two blocks of land located only a block away from Nowra’s CBD. Most of the units will be set aside for seniors or […]
It’s official. Queensland’s community housing peak body has registered its name change from CHPs for Qld to the Community Housing Association Queensland (CHIA Qld) with ASIC. The name change cements the state peak’s close strategic partnership with the national peak, CHIA. CHIA Qld CEO Jo Ahern says her organisation’s board and members are fully supportive […]
Tasmania’s peak body for housing and homelessness continues to be concerned at the escalating levels of unaffordable rents, highlighted by the latest Rental Affordability Index (RAI) produced by SGS Economics & Planning. “Rental affordability in Tasmania has fallen to its lowest point since the Index began in 2015. Hobart now outstrips Sydney as the least […]
Unison is looking for a qualified, experienced and dedicated person who sees themselves participating in an innovative environment and developing a best practice service with positive outcomes for staff and the organisation. Reporting to the Director – Corporate Services, the Business Systems Administrator has end-to-end responsibility for our information needs by supporting the ongoing use […]
CHIA WA has appointed Jennie Vartan to their State Manager role. CHIA WA’s Regional Director Garry Ellender welcomed Jennie to the position. ‘I’m excited by the appointment of Jennie and am confident members will benefit from her energy, commitment and expertise.’ Jennie began her career in the property industry and successfully transitioned to various leadership roles within […]
St Vincent de Paul will deliver 78 social and affordable housing units at Merrylands in Western Sydney as part of the NSW Government’s $1.1bn Social and Affordable Housing Fund. Social Housing Minister Pru Goward was reported as saying the SAHF model, which links housing with vital supports, showed what could be achieved when government worked […]
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