Funding and regulation

Reporting requirements for Master Agreement

The following table shows the due dates for reporting for community housing providers operating under the Master Agreement from 2016/17 onward. Renewal SA will use data from the Community Housing Customer Register directly to assess adherence with core operating policy and other contractual obligations.  No additional reporting is required.

Report Due date Frequency

Quarterly data return - templates are emailed directly to each community housing provider.

21st of July, October, January, April Quarterly
AIHW Data collection - templates are emailed directly to each community housing provider. 31 July Annually
31 October

Annually

Bi annually

Please notify your Business Relations Specialist when there are changes to office bearers or key staff within your organisation.

Changes to Master Agreement reporting requirements - Summary Maintenance Plans

Tier 1 and 2 community housing providers

From 2016-17, Tier 1 and 2 community housing providers party to the new Master Agreement, will no longer be required to submit the debentured Summary Maintenance Plan. Instead, they will be required to demonstrate to the satisfaction of Renewal SA that they have asset management planning documents in place, which forecast and budget for the maintenance of all project properties, in accordance with the relevant Community Housing Maintenance Accommodation Standards.

Providers who operated under the 2006 Funding Agreement at any time during 2015-16 may therefore submit a summary maintenance plan in either the template below or in the provider’s preferred format.

Tier 3 Providers

Under the new Master Agreement, there will be no changes to summary maintenance planning reporting requirements for Tier 3 providers, other than the reports being required every two years rather than annually.

The first 5 year Summary Maintenance Plan under the new Master Agreement will fall due in the financial year in which the Agreement is signed and bi-annually thereafter.

Providers must submit their plan in the template provided below but are permitted to modify the template should they wish to create a 10 year asset plan.


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Page last updated 29 September 2017

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Department for Communities and Social Inclusion
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