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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 08 Hansard (Thursday, 5 August 2021) . . Page.. 2453 ..


The current highest value of sundry arrears in a housing manager’s portfolio is $197,061.34.

(23) The total rental and sundry arrears receivable from current and former tenants of Housing ACT are outlined in the receivables note of the Housing ACT Financial Statements.

The numbers disclosed in the Housing ACT Financial Statements are inclusive of amounts owing from both current tenants and former tenants of Housing ACT and amounts owing from Community Housing Providers. The rental and sundry arrears for current tenants are managed by housing managers. Rental and sundry arrears owing from former tenants of Housing ACT and from Community Housing Providers are managed by separate area of Housing ACT.

The total rental and sundry arrears receivable by financial year are:

a) At 30 June 2018, rental totalled $4.132 million and sundry totalled $10.868 million.

b) At 30 June 2019, rental totalled $6.670 million and sundry totalled $11.196 million.

c) At 30 June 2020, rental totalled $5.478 million and sundry totalled $8.702 million.


Housing ACT—properties and tenant occupancy(Question No 292)

Mr Parton asked the Minister for Housing and Suburban Development, upon notice, on 4 June 2021:

(1) How many properties does Housing ACT current have in the category of (a) one bedroom, ( b) two bedroom, (c) three bedroom, (d) four bedroom, (e) five bedroom and (f) six bedroom.

(2) How many Housing ACT properties in each category referred to in part (1) are currently (a) transit properties, (b) permanent properties, (c) occupied, (d) vacant but available for permanent allocation, (e) vacant but available for transit allocation, (f) vacant due to maintenance requirements, (g) vacant awaiting demolition or sale and (h) vacant for some other reason.

(3) How many Housing ACT properties with (a) two bedrooms are currently being inhabited by only one person, (b) three bedrooms are currently being inhabited by less than three people, (c) four bedrooms are currently being inhabited by less than four people and (d) five bedrooms are currently being inhabited by less than five people.

(4) How many Housing ACT properties with (a) one bedroom are currently being occupied by more than three people, (b) two bedrooms are currently being occupied by more than four people, (c) three bedrooms are currently being occupied by more than six people, (d) four bedrooms are currently being occupied by more than eight people and (e) five bedrooms are currently being occupied by more than eight people.

Ms Berry: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

Answers are provided in the tables below.


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