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Community housing provider type code N

292058 | Value Domain | National Housing Data Development Committee
A code set representing the type of community housing provider.
Standard: Housing assistance

Community housing provider—funding source

292095 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
The source(s) of funding for the provision of housing assistance that a community housing provider receives.
Standard: Housing assistance

Discrete Indigenous community

268994 | Object Class | National Housing Data Development Committee
A discrete Indigenous community refers to a geographic location, bounded by physical or cadastral (legal) boundaries, and inhabited or intended to be inhabited by predominantly Indigenous people, with housing or infrastructure that is either owned or managed on a community basis. Discrete communities include: communities in urban areas where the title to a parcel of land has been transferred to an Indigenous organisation, for example, communities on former mission or reserve land in New South W...
Standard: Housing assistance, Indigenous

Discrete Indigenous community—Indigenous community identifier

269732 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
A unique identifier for a discrete Indigenous community.
Standard: Housing assistance, Indigenous

Discrete Indigenous community—Indigenous community identifier, N(8)A

270296 | Data Element | National Housing Data Development Committee
A unique identifier for a discrete Indigenous community.
Standard: Housing assistance, Indigenous

Dwelling

268982 | Object Class | National Housing Data Development Committee
A structure or a discrete space within a structure intended for people to live in or where a person or group of people live. Thus a structure that people actually live in is a dwelling regardless of its intended purpose, but a vacant structure is only a dwelling if intended for human residence. A dwelling may include one or more rooms used as an office or workshop provided the dwelling is in residential use.
Standard: Community Services (retired)
Superseded: Housing assistance

Dwelling—age

269599 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
The age of a dwelling.
Standard: Housing assistance

Dwelling—Australian postcode

302038 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
The numeric descriptor for a postal delivery area, aligned with locality, suburb or place for the address of a dwelling.
Standard: Housing assistance

Dwelling—number of bedrooms, total N[NN]

479778 | Data Element | National Housing Data Development Committee
The total number of rooms within a dwelling which are used or intended to be used primarily for sleeping.
Superseded: Housing assistance
Standard: Community Services (retired)

Funding source type code N[N]

292124 | Value Domain | National Housing Data Development Committee
A code set representing the source of funding of a housing provider.
Standard: Housing assistance

Household in greatest need code N

301717 | Value Domain | National Housing Data Development Committee
A code set representing the reason a household has a greatest need.
Standard: Housing assistance

Household—assistance eligibility date

269692 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
The date on which a household is assessed as eligible for assistance.
Standard: Housing assistance

Household—assistance eligibility date, DDMMYYYY

270241 | Data Element | National Housing Data Development Committee
The date on which a household is assessed as eligible for assistance.
Standard: Housing assistance

Household—greatest need reason

301704 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
The nature of need identified for low income households at the time of allocation.
Standard: Housing assistance

Household—greatest need reason, code N

607878 | Data Element | National Housing Data Development Committee
The reason as to why a household has been identified as being in greatest need of priority access to services, as represented by a code.
Standard: Housing assistance

Household—low income status

269625 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
The low income status of a household receiving housing assistance.
Standard: Housing assistance

Household—rent charged date

302726 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
The date on which a household is charged for a rental payment.
Standard: Housing assistance

Household—rent paid (weekly), total Australian currency N[NNNNN].NN

302612 | Data Element | National Housing Data Development Committee
The actual amount of rent paid by a household in dollars and cents.
Standard: Housing assistance

Household—rent paid date

302716 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
The date on which a rental payment is paid by a household.
Standard: Housing assistance

Household—tenure type, code N{.N}

303356 | Data Element | National Housing Data Development Committee
The nature of a person or social group's legal right to occupy a dwelling, as represented by a code.
Standard: Housing assistance

Housing assistance agency

302078 | Object Class | National Housing Data Development Committee
An organisation or organisational sub-unit that is responsible for the provision of housing assistance to people. Defining Agency is extremely important for data collection, as it is the level at which most data are collected in the housing assistance and other human service areas. Regardless of the way in which an organisation is funded, a housing assistance agency is the level of the organisation responsible for the provision of housing assistance to people. In some instances one organisation ...
Standard: Housing assistance

Housing assistance agency—Australian state/territory identifier

302062 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
The Australian state or territory where a housing assistance agency can be located.
Standard: Housing assistance

Housing assistance agency—gross capital expenditure

305340 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
Total capital expenditure.
Standard: Housing assistance

Housing assistance agency—gross capital expenditure (assets acquired under finance leases)

305311 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
Assets acquired under leases and other arrangements which effectively transfer most of the risks and benefits associated with ownership of the leased property from the lessor to the lessee.
Standard: Housing assistance

Housing assistance agency—gross capital expenditure (expenditure on non-financial assets)

305316 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
Net expenditure on new and second-hand fixed assets, land and intangible assets excluding capitalised interest.
Standard: Housing assistance

Housing assistance agency—gross capital expenditure (purchases of new non-financial assets)

305321 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
The purchase of assets intended to be used in the production process for longer than a year.
Standard: Housing assistance

Housing assistance agency—gross capital expenditure (purchases of second-hand non-financial assets)

305327 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
The purchase of assets which have been previously used in production in the country.
Standard: Housing assistance

Housing assistance agency—gross capital expenditure (sales of non-financial assets)

305333 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
The disposal of previously rented dwellings, non-residential buildings, used plant and equipment.
Standard: Housing assistance

Housing assistance agency—housing management plan indicator

292316 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
An indicator of the existence of a written document used by housing providers to outline strategies and activities by which their objectives will be achieved. This document may be referred to as a management plan or a business plan.
Standard: Housing assistance

Housing assistance episode

268991 | Object Class | National Housing Data Development Committee
The period of contact for housing assistance, with defined dates of commencement and if completed cessation, between a person and a housing assistance agency.
Standard: Housing assistance

Housing assistance episode—assistance commencement date

269687 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
The date on which the provision of housing assistance to a household by an agency commenced, as distinct from the date the household applies and is entered on the waiting list or assessed for eligibility.
Standard: Housing assistance

Housing assistance episode—assistance completion date

269688 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
The date on which provision of housing assistance by an agency was completed, ceased or terminated.
Standard: Housing assistance

Income unit

608087 | Object Class | National Housing Data Development Committee
One person or a group of related persons within a household, whose command over income is shared, or any person living in a non private dwelling who is in receipt of personal income.
Standard: Housing assistance

Income unit

268986 | Object Class | National Housing Data Development Committee
One person or a group of related persons within a household, whose command over income is shared, or any person living in a non private dwelling who is in receipt of personal income.
Standard: Community Services (retired)
Superseded: Housing assistance

Income unit—income unit identifier

608089 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
A unique identifier for an income unit within a household, used by a housing assistance agency.
Standard: Housing assistance

Income unit—income unit identifier, X[X(14)]

607900 | Data Element | National Housing Data Development Committee
A unique alphanumeric identifier for an income unit within a household, used by a housing assistance agency.
Standard: Housing assistance

Income unit—income unit type

269600 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
The description of the income unit a person belongs to.
Standard: Community Services (retired), Housing assistance

Income unit—income unit type, code N{.N}

270135 | Data Element | National Housing Data Development Committee
The description of the income unit a person belongs to, as represented by a code.
Standard: Housing assistance

Income unit—relationship to household reference person, code N

669186 | Data Element | National Housing Data Development Committee
The relationship of a member of an income unit to a designated person in that same income unit, as represented by a code.
Standard: Housing assistance

Indigenous community—Indigenous community name

507663 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
The name of an Indigenous community.
Standard: Indigenous

Management structure code N

292075 | Value Domain | National Housing Data Development Committee
A code set representing the management structure of a housing provider.
Standard: Housing assistance

Person—assessable income

302214 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
The value of income from all sources as specified and used by the agency to establish eligibility of a person for receipt of housing assistance.
Standard: Housing assistance

Person—gross income

302477 | Data Element Concept | National Housing Data Development Committee
The value of income from all sources before any deductions such as income tax and superannuation for a person.
Standard: Housing assistance, Community Services (retired), Disability

Person—gross income (weekly), total Australian currency N[NNNNN].NN

302481 | Data Element | National Housing Data Development Committee
The value of income per week from all sources before any deductions such as income tax and superannuation for a person expressed as dollars and cents.
Superseded: Housing assistance
Standard: Community Services (retired), Disability

Person—principal source of cash income, code N[.N.N.N]

608085 | Data Element | National Housing Data Development Committee
The source from which a housing assistance client derives the greatest proportion of his/her cash income, as represented by a code.
Standard: Housing assistance

Service provider organisation—net recurrent housing expenses, total Australian currency N[N(8)].NN

464818 | Data Element | National Housing Data Development Committee
The net recurrent expenses incurred by a service provider organisation to maintain the operation of government funded housing stock, expressed in dollars and cents.
Standard: Housing assistance

Service provider organisation—total recurrent housing expenses, total Australian currency N[N(8)].NN

464844 | Data Element | National Housing Data Development Committee
The total recurrent expenses incurred by a service provider organisation over a financial year to maintain the operation of government funded stock, expressed in dollars and cents.
Standard: Housing assistance

Upgrade requirement status code N

292345 | Value Domain | National Housing Data Development Committee
A code set representing upgrades required.
Standard: Housing assistance

Waitlist applicant

302632 | Object Class | National Housing Data Development Committee
A household who has applied for rental housing assistance and has been deemed eligible but has not received the assistance applied for.
Standard: Housing assistance

Waitlist applicant—applicant type, code N

270331 | Data Element | National Housing Data Development Committee
The type of applicant household seeking assistance for rental housing, as represented by a code.
Standard: Housing assistance

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