Your introductory guide to committee management


 

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Community living is increasingly becoming the new norm. According to the Australian National Strata Data 2018 report, over 9% of Australia’s population resides in a strata or community-titled dwelling and this sector is predicted to grow by more than 10% for the next couple of decades.

When you buy a strata property, you also own common property and enjoy a host of benefits such as community gardens, children’s outdoor play areas, additional parking areas for visitors, etc. However, this privilege comes with shared responsibilities too. Since you may not always have the time and expertise to take care of all issues yourself, your elected committee deals with the everyday jobs that involve maintenance, management and administration.

Our ‘Community Living Guides’ are designed to address the topics that will help enhance community living throughout our country. By discussing these topics and explaining what they are, how they affect you, and addressing the common misconceptions around each topic, we aim to provide you with the tools to enhance liveability, certainty, and harmony within Australia’s community living landscape.

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A sneak peek of what’s inside

Why your property
needs a committee

Your property is like any other multi-dimensional organisation that needs time, attention, dedication and expertise to ensure it works efficiently. Find out why it’s vital to have a committee for your property.

More on page 4.

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Choosing your
committee members

Find out how committee members are selected, and who can become a committee member. Find out the different rules across different states, and get answers to some common questions around committees and how they run.

More on page 11.

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What does your
committee do?

We outline the key tasks that a committee will cover, and go into detail about by-laws, and rules; securing insurance and paying fees; managing finances and funds; and holding meetings and managing records.

More on page 15.

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Plus much more!


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