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    Renters Forum- Sydney

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    Community Voices Renters Forum for Sydney

    The Sydney Alliance and Tenant's Union of NSW are organising a consultation forum in partnership with the NSW Rental Commissioner, Trina Jones. 

    We have the opportunity to share our experiences as renters, in particular around access to rental homes, cost of living, affordability, energy and climate.  This will be a forum focused on renters' experiences and perspectives on solutions.

    Who will be attending?

    • People who rent in Sydney who will share their experiences, reflections and give input into solutions as the participants of the forum. Renters across Sydney are welcome to attend. 
    • People who may not be currently a renter but want to support renters. They will support the logistics of the forums and may bring renters in their families or communities to attend.
    • The NSW Rental Commissioner, the department, and local Members of Parliament who have the responsibility to listen to their constituencies about their rental experiences.

    REGISTRATION IS ESSENTIAL TO ATTEND THIS FORUM

    Can't attend this forum at this date and location?

    We are hosting another two forums in the next months, please check:

    Rental Forum in the Southwest (June 26th) 

    Rental Forum in the Northwest (July 24th)

    About our organisations

    The Sydney Alliance is a broad-based coalition of civil society organisations across Greater Sydney. We bring together faith groups, community organisations, schools and trade unions to work for the common good of our city. 

    The Tenants Union of NSW is the main resourcing body for the NSW network of Tenants Advice and Advocacy Services (TAASs), and a community legal centre specialising in NSW residential tenancies law. Our primary activities are to provide legal services to economically and socially disadvantaged tenants, provide information and advice to all tenants on their legal rights and obligations, and support advice and advocacy services to tenants. We work to promote the interests of Aboriginal tenants; boarders, lodgers, and other marginal tenants; private rental tenants; public and community housing tenants; and land lease community residents.


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