Our stakeholders

Tenant and applicants of registered community housing providers

NRSCH Registrars, as regulators, seek to improve tenant outcomes and protect vulnerable tenants by overseeing the delivery of fair, transparent and responsive housing assistance to tenants and applicants of registered community housing providers.

Registered community housing providers

Community housing providers are organisations that deliver social or affordable housing and related services to people on very low, low or moderate incomes. For more information on registered community housing providers visit the National Register of Community Housing Providers

Regulatory Advisory Group

The Regulatory Advisory Group facilitate the provision of advice about systemic issues that impact on the implementation and ongoing effectiveness of housing regulation across Australia. Members of the Regulatory Advisory Group are housing registrars, policy representatives and peak housing bodies. 

Registrar of Housing Agencies Victoria

The Registrar of Housing Agencies, Victoria is responsible for regulatory oversight of the community housing sector in Victoria under the Housing Act 1983 (Vic)

Registrar of Community Housing, Western Australia

The Registrar of Community Housing  is responsible for regulatory oversight of community housing providers in Western Australia registered under the Community Housing Regulatory Framework.

The National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation

The National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation (NHFIC) provides low cost, long-term loans to registered agencies to support the provision of more social and affordable housing.

Last updated:

06 Jul 2022

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