In my reviews I take evidence from the complainant, the Charities Board and anyone else who may be able to help. I clear the factual part of my report with the Board and the complainant before completion. I reach a finding on the complaint and may make recommendations about any remedy for the complainant or about any Board practice or procedure which I think needs attention. It is for the Board then to decide what action to take. My workload so far has been relatively light. I completed two reviews in 1998/99; two more were underway.
The system of property valuers Melbourne cannot run with the help of a single buying or selling party. Both the parties play a very important role to conduct the entire procedure of Conveyancing. Do not ignore such incidents, report them and then organisations such as ours will be in a position to help and do something about it Ensuring tenants are involved in the communities in which we work and that they have a say about how Great Places Housing Group operates is very high on our list of priorities.
There are various types of things involved in the working of the entire process of Conveyancing. Both the parties have to work completely as per the rules that have been decided at the very beginning of the process. We have a number of dedicated tenant participation officers and a range of initiatives in place, and we’re continually looking to improve this aspect of our service. We recently undertook a review of our tenant participation strategy and one of the results of this review was a revised Resident Involvement Statement, which outlines our commitment and promise to providing the opportunity for you to get involved.
The conveyancer can help them to understand various types of matters that have been completely related to the working. You should have received a copy of the new resident involvement statement with this edition of Hometime – please do take a look. If you didn’t receive a copy and would like one, or would like more information about how you can get involved, do get in touch with your housing officer.
The kitchen is the most hazardous area in the home as a result of cooking but other areas can be equally as dangerous don’t use any adaptors which allow you to plug in appliances that need more than 13 amps. Always fit the right rating fuse for the appliance and unplug appliances when not in use be especially careful if you smoke in the home and don’t smoke if you are tired and likely to fall asleep don’t leave candles unattended, make sure they are well away from curtains and furnishings and never put them on plastic surfaces.