This report highlights additional opportunities to build on this partnership enabling government funding to meet a greater proportion of unmet need.
Tag Archive for: Community Housing Providers (CHPs)
Shelter WA will continue to facilitate collaboration between the four providers and build on the established momentum to facilitate knowledge sharing and peer support.
Increased investment to spot purchase homes to increase social housing supply is very welcome.
A smarter way of delivering social housing in the Northern Territory.
It is clear across jurisdictions both terms may continue to be used interchangeably however Shelter WA has made the decide to align with the CHIA National position and adopt the term ‘CHO’.
The Centre for Social Impact UWA has been awarded this work and the project is being overseen by a small advisory group of services providers.
With its stunning front page artwork from First Nations artist Nerolie Bynder this edition of Parity is a must have for anyone who wants an understanding of work being done in Western Australia to end homelessness.
Shelter WA attends these meetings to encourage alignment between the National Regulatory System for Community Housing (NRSCH) and our regulatory system.
During the pilot program, nearly 1,000 water audits were carried out at high water use public housing properties, with 620 receiving leak repairs and 735 receiving water efficient fixtures.
Recommendations include that consideration be given to increasing the maximum size of individual grants available under the Capacity Building Program to $75,000.
The Minister signalled his intent to leverage Community Housing Providers opportunities to drive new supply referencing the social housing investment fund and opportunities to access government land.
Clarifications has been provided for several enquiries received through the Department of Communities SHERP Grant mailbox.
The Department’s $92.8 million Social Housing Economic Recovery Package Grants Program is now open, and providers of social housing are encouraged to apply.
The WA Government currently has a minimum requirement of 12 per cent affordable housing on government-led projects in the Central Perth Redevelopment Area as outlined in the MRA Development Policy 9: Affordable and Diverse Housing.
Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning will increase the supply of social and affordable housing for the rising number of Australians experiencing rental stress and housing scarcity.
Infrastructure Australia (IA) has released their 2021 Australian Infrastructure Plan. Housing is recognised in social infrastructure.