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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

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Associations newsletters

Aims of the Network are to:

  • Promote effective tenant participation in the community housing association sector.
  • Represent the interest of all NSW Community Housing association tenants.
  • Comment on and have input to the office of Community Housing and wider government policy matters.
  • Work toward the involvement of all community housing association tenants.
  • Become a tenant led network.
  • Break down isolation felt by individual tenants.
  • Share information about successful projects and learn from other tenants' experiences.
  • Encourage and support tenant leaders.
  • Promote educational and training opportunities to support tenant participation in the sector.

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.

Join the Tenant Network:
As a tenant in Community housing, your participation is important and valuable. If you are interested the activities of the Tenants' Network, please contact your Community Housing Tenant Network representative for information, or post the membership application form below.

Membership is free. Network members receive a free subscription to the regular network newsletter.


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

Community Housing Tenant News:

Community Housing Tenant Network- December 2014

To see previous issues, visit our Archives Page

Housing Association Tenant Newsletters:

Link Housing newsletter Winter 2014
Evolving News Spring 2014
Hume Community Housing  Tenants Voice, Winter 2014
Argyle Community Housing Tenant newsletter Winter 2014
Wentworth Tenant Newsletter December 2014
Compass Tenant newsletters index 2015

Housing Association Annual Reports

SGCH Annual Report 2014
Bridge Housing Annual Report 2014
Link Housing Annual Report 2014
Evolve Housing Annual Report 2014
Hume Community Housing Annual Report 2014
Argyle Community Housing Annual Report 2014
Wentworth Annual Report 2014
Compass Housing Annual Report 2013

Jeremy's Story

Jeremy is a married father of two daughters who works as a Chef. Jeremy and his family were Affordable Housing tenants of SGCH and have recently bought their own home
Published on Nov 10, 2014

Nazha Saad – CEO SGCH

We caught Nazha Saad on her arrival at the 2014 Vinnies CEO Sleepout and asked her to share with us what SGCH hope to get out of the event and their thoughts on the issue of homelessness in Australia.
Published on Jun 19, 2014

To see previous newsletters, videos and presentations, visit our Archives Page

 

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