Located in Batemans Bay, SEARMS Aboriginal Corporation provides secure, affordable and culturally appropriate Aboriginal housing services in the South Eastern Region of NSW. This newly created role brings the Housing Services and Property Services teams under the one senior manager. This supports inter-department communication and enhances service delivery and customer experience. The Operations Manager reports […]
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Community housing provider (CHP), Housing Trust, has begun work on a $2.4m affordable housing project in Flinders, NSW. The Housing Trust development will be built on Willinga road and will feature two three-bedroom villas and five two-bedroom villas. One of the two-bedroom villas will also incorporate disabled access in its design. This development will be […]
Active has a great opportunity for an experienced Tenancy & Property Officer to join its energetic and progressive team. In this role, you will be coordinating the day to day tenancy and property management activities as a member of Active’s Housing Team. About you You are someone who believes that every person has the right […]
The community housing industry is leading a project to revisit and revitalise the National Community Housing Standards (NCHS) turning them into “tools for improvement” – carried out by professional, independent and experienced assessors – making clear recommendations and sharing best practice to raise organisational performance. April 2019 Project Update The CHIAs have now finalised the […]
On Tuesday 2 April, the Liberal Government announced their federal budget for 2019-2020. Although deemed an ‘infrastructure’ budget, housing affordability seems to be a topic which is missing from the agenda. It is unfortunate the budget makes no mention of an affordable housing plan or addressing housing affordability in Australia. The findings from the ‘Making […]
CHIA is firmly of the opinion that a strong and fair national regulatory regime is a fundamental part of the supporting institutions that underpin the development of the community housing industry and the confidence all stakeholders can take in its operation. Critical is that there should be one national system operating in every state and […]
There is always plenty of research, policy proposals and housing news, and too few hours to digest it all. Over the last month three particular pieces are worth your time and effort. In this issue we focus on two of those. The May issue will feature the third – Shaping Housing Futures. On 25 February, […]
North Coast Community Housing (NCCH) has a proud history of providing community housing in northern New South Wales for over 35 years. They currently manage over 950 social and affordable properties from their offices in Lismore, Grafton and Tweed Heads. They believe that everyone has the right to live in safe, comfortable and affordable housing. […]
Inspired by the vision: a home, a life, a future, Bric Housing’s purpose is to support people and communities who are facing disadvantage to improve their lives by providing affordable housing. Bric Housing employs 30 people and has a turnover of approximately $10M per annum. Bric Housing is a tier 2 community housing organisation located […]
Last week, the National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation (NHFIC) issued its first bond of $315 million to community housing providers (CHPs). CHIA congratulates NHFIC on their success in providing the single largest social bond in Australia. NHFIC’s bond will ensure funds raised be loaned to CHPs to help deliver more social and affordable housing […]
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