Community Housing Providers are not-for-profit organisations that build and/or manage housing for eligible people who are unable to access appropriate housing in the private market, usually very low, low and moderate incomes.
The community housing sector in NSW is regulated by the Registrar of Community Housing.
Why do we work with CHPs?
Our Housing Affordability and Diversity Policy requires 5% to 10% of housing in our projects to be provided as Affordable Rental Housing, which are managed and potentially owned by a registered CHP. The CHP may build the homes and will manage eligibility and waiting lists, tenant services and property maintenance.
Landcom and the Department of Finance and Services have created a new tool on the NSW Government’s ProcurePoint site which gives you access to prequalified Community Housing Providers (CHPs) across the state.