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Our Partners

Housing Tasmania works very closely with our key stakeholders to deliver a broad range of housing and homelessness services.

Community Organisations

There is an increasing role of community organisations in the delivery of housing and homelessness services. Some of these are funded to provide services on behalf of Housing Tasmania.

Our community partners include:

Housing Connect

Housing Connect is a partnership between non-government organisations. These organisations are funded to provide homelessness, housing and support services on behalf of Housing Tasmania.

Community Housing Organisations

There are over 60 Community Housing Organisations within Tasmania. Most of these are providers that manage a small number of properties.

There are four Better Housing Futures providers that manage around 3 900 properties between them and are registered under the National Regulatory System for Community Housing.

Indigenous Community Housing Organisations

There are two Indigenous Community Housing Organisations that manage social housing on Cape Barren and Flinders Islands.

Housing and Homelessness Peak Bodies

Housing Tasmania has partnerships with housing and homelessness peak bodies including Shelter Tasmania and the Tenants Unions. These organisations assist in advocacy and consumer engagement for people with housing needs.

There are also linkages with housing and homelessness research organisations including the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) and Housing and Community Research Unit (HACRU).

Housing Tasmania also works in partnership with the Housing Industry Association which supports the residential building industry.

Private Organisations

There is also a growing role for private industry to contribute to the provision of social and affordable housing. This includes the building and construction industry, peak bodies, and private financiers.

Social housing developments can provide builders with a program of works for stable employment opportunities that also stimulate the economy.

There are also future opportunities to partner with private financiers to address the finance gap and provide a more viable social housing model into the future. Social housing financing is becoming better recognised by private industry as a secure and low risk investment option.

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Better Housing Futures

Housing Connect

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