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Metadata for Social housing residential dwellings in NSW

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Tenancy management of social housing residential dwellings

  • public housing managed dwellings
  • dwellings managed exclusively for Aboriginal people
  • dwellings managed by community housing

Measure - public housing managed dwellings

Description

This refers to Public housing (PH) residential dwellings - Managed by NSW Family and Community Services. The NSW Land and Housing Corporation (LAHC) owns the NSW Government’s public housing portfolio.

Property Type includes the following:

  • Unit: A self-contained dwelling within a multi-storey building containing more than one dwelling.  Usually, units share a common entrance and stairway (or lift), and common open space.  Where the building contains only two dwellings, one above the other, the dwelling are defined as units
  • Villa: One of two or more attached properties, each with its own entrance and usually private open space.  May share common facilities such as driveways and garbage areas
  • Townhouse: One of two or more attached properties, usually two-storey and not more than three storeys high.  Each dwelling has a separate entrance and its own private open space.  May share common facilities such as driveways and garbage areas
  • Cottage: A dwelling that is freestanding and usually on its own, separately titled, block of land
  • Terrace: One of a row of two or more attached properties, often of uniform style, up to three storeys high, and historically decorated with cast iron lacework.  Each dwelling is separately titled, fronts a public road and has its own entrance and private open space.  Mostly constructed in the 19th or early 20th centuries

Publisher

Department of Communities and Justice

Numerator

Not applicable

Denominator

Not applicable

Data Filters

  • District
  • Housing type
  • Property type
  • Bedroom category

Data Limitations

Nil

Data Source

HOMES - Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW)


Measure - dwellings managed exclusively for Aboriginal people

Description

This refers to Residential dwellings provided to meet the needs of Aboriginal people include: Aboriginal Housing Office (AHO) residential dwellings - Managed by FACS. Indigenous Community Housing (ICH) residential dwellings – Managed by Indigenous community housing providers

Property Type includes the following:

  • Unit: A self-contained dwelling within a multi-storey building containing more than one dwelling.  Usually, units share a common entrance and stairway (or lift), and common open space.  Where the building contains only two dwellings, one above the other, the dwelling are defined as units
  • Villa: One of two or more attached properties, each with its own entrance and usually private open space.  May share common facilities such as driveways and garbage areas
  • Townhouse: One of two or more attached properties, usually two-storey and not more than three storeys high.  Each dwelling has a separate entrance and its own private open space.  May share common facilities such as driveways and garbage areas
  • Cottage: A dwelling that is freestanding and usually on its own, separately titled, block of land
  • Terrace: One of a row of two or more attached properties, often of uniform style, up to three storeys high, and historically decorated with cast iron lacework.  Each dwelling is separately titled, fronts a public road and has its own entrance and private open space.  Mostly constructed in the 19th or early 20th centuries

Publisher

Department of Communities and Justice

Numerator

Not applicable

Denominator

Not applicable

Data Filters

  • District
  • Housing type
  • Property type
  • Bedroom category

Data Limitations

Nil

Data Source

HOMES-Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW)

Ngamaru


Measure - dwellings managed by community housing

Description

This refers to Community housing (CH) residential dwellings - Managed by community housing providers as contracted by FACS.

Property Type includes the following:

  • Unit: A self-contained dwelling within a multi-storey building containing more than one dwelling.  Usually, units share a common entrance and stairway (or lift), and common open space.  Where the building contains only two dwellings, one above the other, the dwelling are defined as units
  • Villa: One of two or more attached properties, each with its own entrance and usually private open space.  May share common facilities such as driveways and garbage areas
  • Townhouse: One of two or more attached properties, usually two-storey and not more than three storeys high.  Each dwelling has a separate entrance and its own private open space.  May share common facilities such as driveways and garbage areas
  • Cottage: A dwelling that is freestanding and usually on its own, separately titled, block of land
  • Terrace: One of a row of two or more attached properties, often of uniform style, up to three storeys high, and historically decorated with cast iron lacework.  Each dwelling is separately titled, fronts a public road and has its own entrance and private open space.  Mostly constructed in the 19th or early 20th centuries

Publisher

Department of Communities and Justice

Numerator

Not applicable

Denominator

Not applicable

Data Filters

  • District
  • Housing type
  • Property type
  • Bedroom category

Data Limitations

Nil

Data Source

Community Housing Information Management System (CHIMES)


Measure – Property type

Description

  • Unit - A self-contained dwelling within a multi-storey building containing more than one dwelling.  Usually, units share a common entrance and stairway (or lift), and common open space.  Where the building contains only two dwellings, one above the other, the dwelling are defined as units
  • Villa - One of two or more attached properties, each with its own entrance and usually private open space.  May share common facilities such as driveways and garbage areas
  • Townhouse - One of two or more attached properties, usually two-storey and not more than three storeys high.  Each dwelling has a separate entrance and its own private open space.  May share common facilities such as driveways and garbage areas
  • Cottage - A dwelling that is freestanding and usually on its own, separately titled, block of land
  • Terrace - One of a row of two or more attached properties, often of uniform style, up to three storeys high, and historically decorated with cast iron lacework.  Each dwelling is separately titled, fronts a public road and has its own entrance and private open space.  Mostly constructed in the 19th or early 20th centuries

Publisher

Department of Communities and Justice

Numerator

Not applicable

Denominator

Not applicable

Data Filters

  • District
  • Housing type
  • Property type
  • Bedroom category

Data Limitations

Nil

Data Source

HOMES - Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW)

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Last updated: 15 Oct 2019