The Housing Act 2003 provides a accountable system for the delivery of housing and housing-related services by the Queensland and funded organisations in Queensland. The main objects of the Act are to improve the access of Queenslanders to safe, secure, appropriate and affordable housing, and to help build sustainable communities.
The Housing Act 2003 sets out the obligations for people that receive housing assistance and it applies the National Regulatory System for Community Housing to community housing providers that operate in Queensland.
The Housing Regulation 2015 is the supporting legislation for the Housing Act 2003.
For more information about the Act, please read the Housing Act 2003 - Information for clients (PDF, 88KB) (DOC, 104KB) fact sheet.
Visit Regulatory Services for more information about the National Regulatory System for Community Housing.
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