Housing

NSW Gov’t backs down on homelessness cut and commits more to social housing

THE NSW Government backed down from cutting some funding to Sydney homelessness services following broad opposition to the redirecting of homelessness funding from metropolitan areas to rural and regional NSW.

Read more: NSW Gov’t backs down on homelessness cut and commits more to social housing

Win on strata reforms

“AUNT DORIS” will live in her home another day.

Read more: Win on strata reforms

Property rights under threat

CPSA RECENTLY met with the new NSW Minister for Fair Trading, Matthew Mason-Cox and voiced our concerns about the changes to unanimous agreement for those living in strata blocks.

Read more: Property rights under threat

The fight for strata security continues

CPSA continues to fight for the retention of unanimous agreement for the selling off of strata blocks.

Read more: The fight for strata security continues

Homelessness funding extended another year, minus $44 million

Homelessness advocacy groups have won a year’s reprieve from having their funding cut, with Social Services Minister Kevin Andrews committing $115 million in funding for the next financial year.

Read more: Homelessness funding extended another year, minus $44 million

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