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Tenant Network Committee

Action Planning Committee, 2014

 


Housing NSW Tenant Connect is a free service where you receive a phone call each day to confirm you are safe and well. The service will be provided in partnership between Red Cross and Housing NSW (including the Office of Community Housing) across NSW. Tenants aged 80 or over and Aboriginal tenants aged 55 or over who live in public, community and Aboriginal housing will be eligible to apply for this service. More info

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Community Housing Tenant Network

The tenant Network is supported by The Federation of Housing Associations, and is open to tenant members of Community Housing providers.

There are 38 members of The NSW Federation of Housing Associations, and 71 affiliated members in NSW. Together, they maintain 32,000 properties, and accommodate 60,000 tenants.
Successful community housing providers pride themselves in their efforts to respond to their tenants' and community needs.
There are individual Tenants Advisory Groups (TAGs) working with -and for – the larger associations.  Different communities offer a variety of ways to participate.

Each organisation can send tenant delegates to the Tenant Network. All member and affiliate TAGs are invited to nominate tenant delegates to the network.

For their efforts to be most effective, tenants need a strong clear voice. Where there are common goals for community housing tenants, shared voices add value to community housing processes and messages.

The aim of the Tenant Network is to provide a broader voice for tenant interests in community housing. The network is an opportunity to share experiences – what works, what can be improved in individual tenant associations.

 

Aims

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Tenant News

Presentations

Associations newsletters

The Tenant Network aims to:

  • Get tenants’ organisations to come together as a collaborative group and form a network for community housing tenants’ groups
  • Work towards the involvement of all community housing tenants
  • Become a tenant led network
  • Break down the isolation felt by individual tenants’ organisations
  • Share information about successful projects and learn from other tenants’ experience
  • Promote effective tenant participation in the community housing sector
  • Link up with the wider tenants movement
  • Encourage and support tenant leaders
  • Promote educational and training opportunities to support tenant participation in the sector
  • Represent the interests of all Community Housing tenants
  • Comment and have input on Community Housing Divi
  • sion and wider government policy matters

Constitution for the Tenant Network

Members agreed to adopt the Network’s new rules on 25th March 2013.  Please click here to read the rules.

Tenant Network Strategic Plan 2008-11

Tenant Network Action Plan 2010-11

Join the Tenant Network:
Simply fill in one of the following:
Tenant Network Membership Application form
Tenant Network Associate Application form

Subscribe to Community Housing Tenant Network Group, which is a email and web-based discussion forum:

Email: Visit this group Google Groups

 

Community Housing Tenant News:


 

Presentations from previous workshops:

Housing and the environment (23 March 2009):

Tenant Network AGM (22 June 2009):

 

Information on Housing Pathways - click here


Community Housing Tenant Network visit to Botanic Gardens from NSWFHA on Vimeo.

Community Greening Newsletter July 2010

Tenant participation and accreditation from NSWFHA on Vimeo.

 

Housing Association Tenant Newsletters:

St. George Community Housing - Winter 2014 edition

 

North Coast Community Housing Company's Tenants' Council from NSWFHA on Vimeo.

 

 

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