We have learnt from the first phase of the SAHF and understand what is required to improve the procurement process for SAHF Phase 2. As a direct response to feedback from SAHF Phase 1, we have designed a market engagement process that will inform and educate our stakeholders.
The market engagement period will run from October 2017 to January 2018 and will involve three important stages:
The market engagement strategy will feature a number of targeted briefing sessions that are tailored to specific stakeholder groups. Relevant information and material from these events will be available on this page shortly after each event.
18 October 2017
The launch of the market engagement strategy was hosted at Parliament House on 18 October 2017 by Hon. Pru Goward MP, Minister for Social Housing. The purpose of the event was to officially mark the start of the market engagement period and provide an overview of the SAHF Phase 2 process.
22 November 2017
This session, delivered by NSW Treasury, provided financiers and investors with an overview of the SAHF Phase 2 procurement process and a response to relevant feedback on the financial aspects of SAHF Phase 1. Download the presentation slides and frequently asked questions via these links:
7 December 2017
This information session for developers was presented by Marcus Devenish, Director Services, Delivery, Assets and Construction and the new SAHF Phase 2 Project Director, Tim Hall. Attendees received an overview of the SAHF and the second phase of procurement, an outline of key concepts and an insight into partnership opportunities. Download the frequently asked questions via this link:
13 December 2017
This briefing event for Community Housing Providers (CHPs) took place at the NSW Federation of Housing Associations’ AGM on 13 December 2017. The presentation provided an overview of the SAHF key concepts, SAHF Phase 1 outcomes and potential service models for Phase 2. It was also an opportunity for CHPs to speak directly to the SAHF team. Download the presentation and frequently asked questions via these links: