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Anoulack Chanthivong MP, Minister for Better Regulation and Fair Trading, during  the Second Reading Debate of the Residential (Land Lease) Communities Amendment Bill 2024.

RLLC Amendment Bill in Parliament

In May the Minister for Better Regulation and Fair Trading Anoulack Chanthivong MP introduced into NSW Parliament a Bill to amend the Residential (Land Lease) Communities Act 2013 (RLLC Act).
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Anoulack Chantivong

Breaking – Minister introduces Residential (Land Lease) Communities Amendment Bill

On 14 May, the Minister for Better Regulation and Fair Trading Anoulack Chanthivong MP introduced into NSW Parliament a Bill to amend the Residential (Land Lease) Communities Act 2013.
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Tenants' Union Annual Report 22-23

It has been another truly challenging year for renters across NSW, as well as their advocates and supporters. We have seen unprecedented rent increases leading to mounting pressure on so many…
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Outasite – land lease communities magazine

The Tenants' Union has just published issue 10 of Outasite – our print publication for land lease communities. It will be delivered to mailboxes in communities all over NSW over the next…
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Thirty years in residential community park living

Back in 1993 a move to downsize from Sydney led me to undertake a search for accommodation in the Central
Coast and Nelson Bay areas. At this time a new concept of owning a dwelling and…
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New Renters Kit

Renting can be tricky to navigate, especially if you are new to renting in New South Wales or haven’t rented for a while. The Tenants’ Union of NSW has made this kit to help renters put the…
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Have your say on how prices are set in embedded networks

IPART the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal NSW has been asked by the NSW Government to recommend an appropriate maximum price for the sale of electricity, gas and hot or chilled water…
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Electricity "mushroom"

Electricity is a hot topic but little has changed for residents in land lease communities

There have been a number of consultations, reviews and inquiries into electricity in NSW over the past couple of years. The Tenants’ Union provided submissions to a number of these inquiries…
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Close up of rusty mushroom electricity infrastructure in Residential Land Lease Communities

Embedded networks leaving renters disadvantaged

If you have never lived in an embedded network then many of you might be asking what this is and what does it have to do with renters? It's no surprise to the Tenants Union of NSW that a…
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Submission: Inquiry into Embedded Networks

In this submission the Tenants' Union highlights the impact on renters who are required to sign up to an embedded network when they enter into their rental agreements, including tenancy and…
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Submission: Consultation on Energy Consumer Policies

This Tenants' Union submission addresses a selection of the issues discussed in the NSW Government Consultation on Energy Consumer Policies paper — those with most relevance to renting…
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Submission: Response to the Discussion Paper on the Statutory Review of the Residential (Land Lease) Communities Act 2013

The Tenants’ Union welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the Discussion Paper on the Statutory Review of the Residential Land Lease Communities Act (2013). Part 1 of our submission sets…
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