Registrar of Community Housing

 

Welcome to the Registrar of Community Housing’s web site.

About

The Registrar of Community Housing is responsible for registering, monitoring and regulating community housing providers in New South Wales under the National Regulatory System for Community Housing (NRSCH) and the New South Wales Local Scheme (NSWLS). The Registrar is an independent statutory officer reporting directly to the Minister for Family and Community Services. 
See About Us for more information.

Registrar of Community Housing Annual Statement of Performance 2018

5 Apr 2019

The Registrar is pleased to announce the release of the Registrar of Community Housing – Annual Statement of Performance 2018.

This report details our work in regulating community housing providers in NSW under the National Regulatory System for Community Housing (NRSCH) and the NSW Local Scheme (NSWLS) and demonstrates our performance against public value, including areas for improvement as well as successes.

Our Annual Statement of Performance charts the progress of our office over the last year and sets the direction, goals and priorities for the coming year.

You can read the report here.

Guidelines for Managing Unreasonable Complainant Conduct

27 Sep 2018

The Registrar is pleased to announce the release of Guidelines for Managing Unreasonable Complainant Conduct (UCC).

The guidelines outline the approach Registrar’s staff take when dealing with unreasonable complainants.

You can read and download the UCC Guidelines here.

Registrar of Community Housing Tier 3 Performance Report

12 Sep 2018

The Registrar is pleased to announce the release of the Tier 3 Performance Report 2018.

The report provides insights on trends and patterns in the Tier 3 community housing sector (as of February 2018).

You can read and download the report here.

Contact us

Registrar of Community Housing
Locked Bag 4001
Ashfield BC 1800
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E: registrar@facs.nsw.gov.au
W: www.rch.nsw.gov.au     

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