Head-leased dwelling (private)
Collection and usage attributes
Head-leasing is commonly undertaken in the community housing sector, where non-Government organisations head-lease housing stock from the private sector and state and territory Governments, and sublease it directly to the tenants. It is important to identify those dwellings that are head-leased from the private sector, as maintenance and other management costs are generally incurred by the owner, and therefore may not be captured in the annual CSHA data collections.
Source and reference attributes
NSW Department of Housing
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
Department of Housing - Policy EST0012A: Headleasing
CSHA Community housing data collection manual 2001-02
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Supersedes Head-leased dwelling (private), version 1, DEC, NHADD, NHDAMG, Superseded 01/03/2005.pdf (14.4 KB) No registration status
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