Link Housing is proud to have been awarded the tenancy management of around 1,900 properties in Hornsby, Ryde and Ku-ring-gai as part of the Social Housing Management Transfers program. The properties are currently managed by the NSW Department of Family and Community Services (FACS).
Link Housing are the largest and oldest community housing provider (CHP) in Northern Sydney, operating in the area since 1983 and currently managing over 1,500 properties. Link Housing was selected following a rigorous evaluation process that assessed applicant’s capacity to deliver quality services and ability to deliver good outcomes for social housing clients.
Link Housing CEO, Andrew McAnulty, welcomes the decision and is excited by the opportunity to build on the organisation’s existing portfolio and continue to deliver exceptional social outcomes.
“We are proud of our strong track-record when it comes to providing housing and social support for our communities and we’re looking forward to continuing to deliver client-focussed services for those across the affordable housing spectrum including those unable to afford market-priced private rental or at risk of homelessness,” Mr McAnulty said.
“Through the Social Housing Management Transfers program, Link Housing will be able to leverage its community networks to deliver high quality, long-term outcomes for tenants and applicants, while also helping build the skills and size of the community housing sector.
“We support the Government’s vision for a stronger, more diverse social housing sector and we look forward to playing a lead role in making this a reality in Northern Sydney”.
Mr McAnulty added that Link Housing, along with FACS, will be consulting with tenants at length over coming months to ensure the transfer of management has little or no impact on tenants’ day-to-day lives.
“Link Housing is looking forward to working with FACS, our own Tenant Advisory Group, existing support partners and other community housing providers in the area to ensure a smooth transition of services for tenants”, he said.
Media contacts / for additional information:
Andrew McAnulty P: 0407 171 848 E: email@example.com
Chief Executive Officer, Link Housing Ltd www.linkhousing.org.au
Image: Sonja Walters - Chairperson, Link Housing, The Hon. Pru Goward MP, and Andrew McAnulty - CEO, Link Housing.
About Link Housing:
Link Housing Ltd is one of the oldest not-for-profit community housing providers in NSW having been formed in 1983. We have a history of providing affordable rental accommodation to people on very low to moderate incomes. Link is a Tier 1 registered community housing provider with more than 1500 homes under management. We have an independent skills-based Board, and the skills and financial capacity to deliver new ideas, concepts, and growth.
For information, you can read the NSW Government media release, here.
By Link Housing
October 17, 2017