Does Housing NSW still exist?

Does Housing NSW still exist?

Applying for social housing The social housing sector provides most forms of social housing assistance in NSW under Housing Pathways. Clients can apply for housing assistance online, by phone on 1800 422 322 or by accessing their local DCJ office or community housing provider.

How do I contact Housing NSW?

You can contact us a number of ways: Visit our website at Phone 1800 422 322. Email [email protected]….Write to us.

Our Head Office address is: Our postal address is:
223-239 Liverpool Road, Ashfield NSW 2131 Locked Bag 4001, Ashfield BC 1800

What is Social Housing NSW?

Social housing is secure and affordable rental housing for people on low incomes with housing needs. It includes public, community and Aboriginal housing. You can apply for all types of social housing using one application. You will also be assessed for eligibility for private rental assistance.

What is the housing contact Centre?

More information. The Housing Contact Centre is a ‘one-stop-shop’ for tenants, maintenance contractors and members of the public. Each year approximately 800,000 calls are received (about 3,500 calls daily). These calls cover everything from tenant maintenance enquiries to requests for accommodation assistance.

What is the difference between community housing and public housing?

How does community housing differ from public housing? Public housing is owned and managed by the State Government. Community housing is managed (and possibly owned) by not-for-profit organisations. Together, public and community housing is known as social housing.

Is social housing same as council housing?

Houses and flats built for public or social housing use are built by or for local authorities and known as council houses, though since the 1980s the role of non-profit housing associations became more important and subsequently the term “social housing” became more widely used, as technically council housing only …

Who is responsible for managing public housing in NSW?

The NSW Department of Housing makes public housing and, in partnership with non- government organisation, community housing available to eligible low-income households and those with special needs throughout NSW. In 2004/05 there were around 142,000 public and community housing dwellings in NSW.

Who is in charge of social housing?

In England, housing associations are funded and regulated by the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA), the exception being funding in London which from April 2012 is the responsibility of the Greater London Authority.

Where is the Housing NSW Office in Queanbeyan?

Housing NSW, Queanbeyan Office is located in the suburb of Queanbeyan, the council of Queanbeyan-palerang and the federal electorate of Eden-monaro.

Why is Queanbeyan the best place to live in NSW?

With heritage, culture, nature, sport, food and wine, Queanbeyan is the ideal base for exploring Canberra and the surrounding regions from the Snowy Mountains to the majestic South Coast. Queanbeyan has been declared one of the most liveable communities in NSW.

How did Queanbeyan Aboriginal community get its name?

Queanbeyan is on Ngambri/Ngunnawal land. ‘Quinbean’ was the original name given to the area of the settlement by Timothy Beard which is Aboriginal for ‘clear waters’ or ‘beautiful woman’. We acknowledge the traditional owners and custodians of the land on which we work and pay our respects to the Elders, both past and present.

What kind of activities can I do in Queanbeyan?

Some common activities include water, sewer and stormwater works, fireplaces and manufactured homes. For a complete list of activities, please refer to Section 68 of the Local Government Act 1993. If you wish to carry out an activity, please complete the Activity Approval Application and submit via the NSW Planning Portal.