With the end of the looming moratorium we need a commitment from government to support people to stay in their homes.
Why are First Nations people forced to beg for something as fundamental as a home, on their own country, so they can keep their families safe?
Homelessness is still prevalent in 2020 and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples continue to experience higher levels of housing disadvantage than other Western Australians.
Shelter WA has welcomed the rental relief package announced by the State Government today to support renters and landlords.
The WA Parliament has passed the Residential Tenancies (COVID-19 Response) Bill 2020. This means that there will now be a moratorium on tenancy evictions for the emergency period.
Sign the Tenancy WA Inc petition to stop residential evictions and protect renters from COVID-19 in WA.
Community housing providers are experiencing first-hand how nervous some tenants are feeling, with some choosing not to pay rent.
Shelter WA urges the Department to look to at the many examples within the community sector where agencies work hard to help people maintain and sustain their tenancies.
The Tenants’ Union of NSW with Marrickville Legal Centre has released the findings of a new report exploring the impacts of no grounds evictions. This research adds pressure to the incoming NSW government to act on reform quickly in the next Parliament. The Tenants’ Union is calling on all aspiring government parties to attend Sydney […]