Policies and fact sheets
If you are a housing or housing support provider or a specialist disability accommodation provider you can find our policies and facts sheets here.
This policy provides the principles for achieving good social housing outcomes for tenants of social housing providers in Tasmania.
The policy establishes the design standards for the construction and purchase of homes for social housing tenants by social housing providers and may inform the delivery of maintenance and upgrades.
People who are in imminent danger, where one or more household members are at risk, are considered to have an urgent need and assistance must be offered as soon as practicable.
Family violence rapid rehousing provides transitional accommodation (leases up to 12 months) in the private rental market at subsidised rent to people affected by family violence.
The Humanitarian Settlement Program – delivered by the Migrant Resource Centre Tasmania – provides settlement support to humanitarian entrants for up to 18 months.
This policy provides the principles for operating Youth2Independence supported accommodation in Tasmania to help young residents aged 16-24 transition to independence and sustain good housing outcomes.
This policy outlines the direction for the delivery of Aboriginal housing by social housing providers in Tasmania.
This policy provides the principles for using backyard units to achieve good social housing outcomes for tenants of social housing providers in Tasmania.