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Rent Model Review

UPDATE 18 April 2018:

The Rent Model Review Workshops have now begun and we are looking forward to collecting your feedback on the process.

We have also developed a survey to capture the feedback of anyone who is unable to attend the workshops. The survey will be open from the 18 - 29 April.

Create your own user feedback survey

UPDATE 13 March 2018:

Have your say on the Rent Model Review

The Rent Model Advisory Group (RMAG) has been established to make recommendations to the CEHL Board on a revised rent model. Any recommendations made by RMAG need to maintain CEHL’s registration as a Housing Association, which comes with clear expectations regarding providing affordable rents for eligible households.

For RMAG to make recommendations that reflect the views of the Program, it needs to hear from you. To do this, a series of regional workshops and an online survey are planned:

  1. WORKSHOPS: Attend a workshop in your region scheduled between 18 – 24 April.
  2. ONLINE SURVEY: Complete a survey online between 16 – 29 April.

TO RSVP FOR A WORKSHOP PLEASE CLICK ON YOUR RESPECTIVE REGION TO THE RIGHT. The workshops and survey represent the first of a number of opportunities that Program participants will have to input into the rent model review. The information will be used by RMAG in its future development work, which will then form the basis of further consultation with co-ops and members.

The process will culminate in co-ops being asked to consider RMAG’s draft recommendations and provide co-op endorsed feedback on them.

Workshop discussion topics

Through its work to date, RMAG has identified a series of key topics that it believes are important to consider in the rent model review. The April workshops will be focused on generating discussion and obtaining your views on these topics:

  • Setting maximum rent – rental zones compared with a market rent approach
  • Income assessment – how income is assessed in the calculation of individual household rent
  • Property amenity – relationship between property features and individual household rent
  • Discount for labour – relationship between labour undertaken and individual household rent
  • Property utilisation – relationship between property utilisation and individual household rent.

For any questions you may have please call Peter Sleeman on (03) 9208 0859

UPDATE 18 April 2018:

The Rent Model Review Workshops have now begun and we are looking forward to collecting your feedback on the process.

We have also developed a survey to capture the feedback of anyone who is unable to attend the workshops. The survey will be open from the 18 - 29 April.

Create your own user feedback survey

UPDATE 13 March 2018:

Have your say on the Rent Model Review

The Rent Model Advisory Group (RMAG) has been established to make recommendations to the CEHL Board on a revised rent model. Any recommendations made by RMAG need to maintain CEHL’s registration as a Housing Association, which comes with clear expectations regarding providing affordable rents for eligible households.

For RMAG to make recommendations that reflect the views of the Program, it needs to hear from you. To do this, a series of regional workshops and an online survey are planned:

  1. WORKSHOPS: Attend a workshop in your region scheduled between 18 – 24 April.
  2. ONLINE SURVEY: Complete a survey online between 16 – 29 April.

TO RSVP FOR A WORKSHOP PLEASE CLICK ON YOUR RESPECTIVE REGION TO THE RIGHT. The workshops and survey represent the first of a number of opportunities that Program participants will have to input into the rent model review. The information will be used by RMAG in its future development work, which will then form the basis of further consultation with co-ops and members.

The process will culminate in co-ops being asked to consider RMAG’s draft recommendations and provide co-op endorsed feedback on them.

Workshop discussion topics

Through its work to date, RMAG has identified a series of key topics that it believes are important to consider in the rent model review. The April workshops will be focused on generating discussion and obtaining your views on these topics:

  • Setting maximum rent – rental zones compared with a market rent approach
  • Income assessment – how income is assessed in the calculation of individual household rent
  • Property amenity – relationship between property features and individual household rent
  • Discount for labour – relationship between labour undertaken and individual household rent
  • Property utilisation – relationship between property utilisation and individual household rent.

For any questions you may have please call Peter Sleeman on (03) 9208 0859

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