National Regulation

Junction Australia's registered community housing provider, Junction and Women’s Housing Ltd holds Tier 1 Registration in the National Regulatory System for Community Housing (NRSCH). 

This brings with it the highest level of performance requirements and regulatory engagement.  It demonstrates that Junction & Women’s Housing Ltd operates at large scale and has a commitment to ongoing, significant development activities.

As a Registered Housing Provider, Junction and Women’s Housing Ltd must:

  • Be fair, transparent and responsive in delivering housing assistance to tenants, residents and other clients
  • Have suitable properties available at present and in the future
  • Work in partnership with relevant organisations to promote community housing and to contribute to socially inclusive communities
  • Be well-governed to support the aims and intended outcomes of our business
  • Maintain high standards of probity relating to our business
  • Manage our resources to achieve our intended business outcomes in a cost effective manner 
  • Be financially viable at all times.

A key purpose of the NRSCH is to improve tenant outcomes and protect vulnerable tenants.  Tenants can have confidence that their housing provider is meeting nationally consistent performance standards for service delivery.  Tenants can click here to find out more information.

The NRSCH aims to ensure a well governed, well managed and viable national community housing sector that meets the housing needs of tenants and provides assurance for government and investors.  The National Regulatory Code sets out the performance requirements that registered housing providers must comply with in providing community housing under the National Law. 

More information about the National Regulatory System can be found here.


Junction Australia’s registered national community
housing provider is Junction and Women’s Housing Ltd.

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