Tenants' Union of NSW

The Tenants’ Union of NSW is the peak non-government organisation advocating for the interests of tenants and other renters in New South Wales since 1976.

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Government takes step in the right direction but needs to walk all the way with tenants

Redfern tenants showing support for the Make Renting Fair campaign
The Tenants’ Union welcomes the NSW government’s announcement of reforms this week for survivors of domestic and family violence in rented homes but urges action to make renting fair.
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New website for social housing

Screen shot of Family and Community Services site. Main text reads: We're here to help with housing. Find out how we can help with housing, how to apply, understand your rights and responsibilities as a tenant or request help with a property
There is a new version of the Family and Community Services website being built. The new site is bringing together a variety of FACS websites, including the sites for Housing, Housing Pathways and the old Aging, Disability and Home Care. We encourage all tenants, tenant advocates and community workers to visit the site and leave feedback.
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Research into housing for younger people

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Are you living at home, sharing or renting on your housing? Are you aged between 18-35 years? Help make a difference for better housing choices.
Have your say on the type of housing young people want to live in today & in the future and receive a $50 Coles/Myer voucher for your time.
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Share Housing in Sydney: Questionnaire

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Older people are increasingly living in share accommodation. Simultaneously, there is an increasing use of ‘smart’ technologies that influence people’s access to and experience of housing. The University of Sydney is carrying out research covering both these issues and you can help!
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Utilities hardship research

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Coming home to a house with no power or living with fear of not being able to afford power bills is something no one should have to do. But with rising costs it's something we hear of more and more.
TUNSW is supporting research looking at how people cope with their energy and water bills and the circumstances that may lead to people being disconnected, either now or in the future.
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