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CHIA’s Submission to the Review of the National Regulatory System for Community Housing (NRSCH)

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 territory with governance arrangements that ensure its independence.
 
The submission can be found here.

Interested in becoming a registered NT provider?

The NT Government will be hosting free information sessions for housing providers interested in becoming registered Community Housing Providers under the National Regulatory System for Community Housing (NRSCH).

The NRSCH was developed to regulate providers of community housing, including social and affordable housing, indigenous community housing providers and other specialist community housing providers.

Obtaining registration may improve eligibility for future funding and investment opportunities in the community housing sector, however registration is voluntary.

The information session will cover:

  • Overview of the NRSCH
  • Benefits of registration
  • Capacity Building for Capability
  • Registration Process
  • Wind Up Clause – National Law
  • Examples of performance evidence requirements
  • Compliance assessment
  • NRSCH Resources and Questions

Sessions will be held as follows:

Darwin Thursday 22 November 2018

Alice Springs Friday 30 November 2018

Following the information sessions, interested providers will be able to register to meet with representatives to discuss registration of their organisation in further detail.

If you are a community housing provider and interested in attending one of these sessions, please email NRSCH.DHCD@nt.gov.au by 16 November 2018.

For more information, please call the Community Housing team on 8999 8409.