The 2022 AHO Tenant Satisfaction, Experience and Wellbeing Survey

Wed Dec 22, 2021
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We know that improving housing is important to both tenants and Aboriginal Community Housing Providers as well as the AHO.

It has been three years since the AHO conducted a state-wide tenant survey and it is important to have an up-to-date perspective on tenant satisfaction, experience and well-being. Also, the latest survey will provide evidence to inform the Strong Family, Strong Communities (SFSC) 10 year Aboriginal Housing Strategy (2018-28) and ongoing government funding.

Roy Morgan Research will be conducting the survey for the AHO. The survey will be rolled-out gradually, with most interviews being conducted across NSW in late-January through to March 2022. The survey will be conducted by way of face-to-face interviews with the tenants at their residence. Tenant participation will be voluntary and confidential.

The survey will be at no cost to Aboriginal Community Housing Providers and will benefit the sector through providing a representative understanding of tenant need, both housing and health and well-being, within their region. 

The survey will not be used to compare individual ACHPs or to assess their performance.

Further information on the survey can be obtained from Research & Analysis at [email protected].

 

Photo of a family who are AHO tenants on the steps of their home
 

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We acknowledge the traditional owners and custodians of the land on which we work and pay our respects to the Elders, both past and present.

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