This interim report provides an overview of the system in which Social Housing Providers currently operate in NSW plus the processes and practices employed to meet maintenance requirements.
This report was developed from a review of relevant literature and a series of interviews with stakeholders in the Social Housing sector. It presents information on the Social Housing sector, regulatory and other maintenance obligations, and options available for external funding. Preliminary recommendations are also presented on the best ways to utilise outcomes from the project (RP3044) to influence the uptake of low carbon upgrades in this sector.
SOURCE: Daly D, Tibbs M, Cooper P. “Mainstreaming Low carbon Retrofits in Social housing: summary of existing processes for upgrading and maintenance of social housing properties.” CRC for Low Carbon Living, 24 January 2019.
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