Regulatory Services (formerly known as the Office
of the Registrar) was established in
November 2012 to oversee the regulatory role and to establish the National Regulatory System
for Community Housing in Queensland.
This publication was produced prior to the current government.
Current events and news
To make sure community housing providers that want to continue delivering services in Queensland’s funded housing and homelessness assistance system have enough time and support to go through the registration process the transitional period has been extended.
The transitional period for non-government providers and local governments has been extended by two years to 30 June 2017.
Because of the complex issues surrounding registration, land tenure and Indigenous housing, Indigenous local governments and specified Indigenous Community Housing Organisations will have a transitional extension by four years to 30 June 2019.
Providers who applied for registration by 31 December 2014 will have more time to complete the registration process, including the opportunity to address some of the gaps in their applications. For those providers that are exiting, it will mean more time to negotiate a preferred exit option.
Registered providers under the National Regulatory System for Community Housing
You can view a list of registered providers from Queensland and other participating jurisdictions on the National Register.
Registering as a community housing provider on the State Register
Local governments and prescribed state providers of community housing in Queensland can register on the State Register.
The Registrar regularly sends out News Online to Queensland community housing providers. This newsletter provides information and updates about the NRSCH at a state and national level.
Phone: 13 QGOV (13 74 68)
Postal address: Regulatory Services, National Regulatory System for Community Housing, PO Box 690, Brisbane, Queensland 4001.