Inquiry into Tenancy Management in Social Housing

Publication published 21 October 2014

Inquiry into Tenancy Management in Social Housing

CPSA's Submission

About this submission The Legislative Assembly Public Accounts Committee (the Committee) sought public submissions to its inquiry into current tenancy management in NSW social housing, with particular reference to:

  1. 1. the cost effectiveness of current tenancy management in public housing compared to private and community housing sectors;
  2. 2. the range and effectiveness of support services provided to tenants in social housing;
  3. 3. outcomes for tenants from current tenancy management arrangements; and
  4. 4. possible measures to improve tenancy management services.

    This submission is structured as:

  5. Introduction;
  6. 2. What functions encompass tenancy management in public housing;
  7. 3. Current private sector involvement in tenancy management in public housing;
  8. 4. Comparison of tenancy management by Housing NSW, community housing, private landlords and real estate agents;
  9. 5. Further comparison of tenancy management by Housing NSW and real estate agents; and
  10. 6. Conclusion

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