Housing

Submission to IPART Review of Social and Affordable Housing Rent Models Draft Report

CPSA's submission in response to IPART's draft report as part of the Review of Social and Affordable Housing Rent Models. CPSA also made a submission responding to IPART's initial issues paper.

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Greater Sydney Commission's draft district plans

CPSA welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback on the Greater Sydney Commission's draft district plans. This submission responds to the issues of housing affordability and affordable rental housing, as highlighted in all six district plans. In addition to the issues raised below, CPSA supports the recommendations put forward by Shelter NSW as the peak body representing the housing interests of low income households and people experiencing disadvantage.

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Submission to IPART Review of Social and Affordable Housing Rent Models Issues Paper

CPSA's submission to IPART's Review of Social and Affordable Housing Rent Models.

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Submission to Foundations for Change – Homelessness in NSW

CPSA welcomes the opportunity to comment on Foundations for Change – Homelessness in NSW
Older people and homelessness

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Comments on introduction of bonds for public housing tenants

CPSA welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the NSW Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) plans to introduce tenancy bonds for public housing tenants. This submission first identifies a number of changes that must be made to the draft policy if it is to be introduced. It then raises a number of concerns that have not been fully explored or explained in the draft policy document which CPSA was provided.

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