NSW Community Housing Tenant Network Connecting Community Housing Tenant organisations across Australia
There are many ways social housing tenants can meet other tenants. Tenant involvement and participation in issues which affect them is strengthened by sharing ideas and projects.
The Network is a Not-For-Profit Voluntary Organisation of Community Housing tenants. The Network gives local tenant groups, and some unrepresented tenants with community Housing management, a platform to link together and communicate.
Why get involved?
The first aim of the Tenant Network is to provide a stronger voice for community housing tenant groups and individuals, through co-operation and advocacy.
What is the Tenant Representative Committee
The Tenant Representative committee is the hub of the network.
The committee consists of 20 Representatives of Network members.
Tenant groups, such as a TAG, a TCP, or a Block Committee. each elect their own Tenant Network Representatives. In some cases a tenant who is a member of the Network can self nominate to join the panel.
Representatives report back to their own tenant group on discussions, reports, recommendations and projects.
The panel meets every month
Planned meetings of Tenant Representatives
April 17, May 7, June 4
10.00 am to 12.00 pm
NSW Federation of Housing Associations
Suite 301, 64-76 Kippax Street,
Surry Hills NSW 2010
enquiries : email@example.com
or in writing to PO box 1001 Surry Hills or text to 0481858180 Guests welcome, but please check first to ensure there have been no changes.
Julia Nunes, Bridge, Chairperson (centre)
Dolores Close, North Coast, Vice chair
Linda McLelland, Link, Secretary
Bruce Stubbs, Evolve, Treasurer
Malcolm Pollard, Metro, Minutetaker
Community Housing Tenants' Network Membership form – click this link