TU supports the participation of tenants in decision-making that has an impact on the security, affordability and liveability of their housing. Below is a list of tenant groups of which TU is aware,
Our aims are:
- To understand the diverse views and needs of the Alexandria residents and present a united and informed front on issues that impact the community
- To initiate community activities that create social, educational and environmental benefits for the Alexandria community
- To capture and share the experiences, history and heritage of Alexandria and its community
The aim of the Tenant Network is to provide a broader voice for tenant interests in community housing.
Our aim is to build and support resilient community that can engage and participate in processes, conversations and appropriate forums and networks regarding social housing in the Glebe Estate and other social housing properties (Minogue crescent and Camperdown)
Save YOUR Heritage & the Community of Millers Point & The Rocks before it’s all GONE
Minto Residents Action Group was formed back in 2002 after the Government announced the plan to redevelop Minto. To us, they were demolishing our homes; some of us had lived here for over 30 years. They might not have been grand but they were our homes. With the backing and help of several non -government agencies (like St Vincent’s de Paul “animation”, SWRTA – South Western Regional Tenants Association, Shelter NSW, Tenants Union NSW & the wonderful Franciscan Friars) Minto RAG was formed.
REDWatch is a community group which covers the Sydney suburbs of Redfern Eveleigh Darlington and Waterloo. These suburbs make up what the NSW Government generally refers to as Redfern - Waterloo. REDWatch exists to monitor Government involvement in our area and to push for outcomes that benefit the community and not just the Government.
Funded by Housing NSW to provide support to tenants in public, community and Aboriginal housing, including information about housing rights and options, assistance with dealing with landlords, support to start and run tenant groups, and access to training and community education.
Fighting for our homes, our community and our local small businesses who create local employment in Waterloo, New South Wales.