The Tenants’ Union of Tasmania is a specialist Community Legal Centre for residential tenants. Our aim is to secure the rights of all tenants by providing free legal advice, representation and education, as well as advocating for the improvement of tenants’ rights.
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The State Election is fast approaching. We have written to the ALP, Tasmanian Greens and Liberal Party with our election asks (enclosed) including: commit to building 10,000 public housing properties over the next decade; and repeal no reason end of lease evictions; and limit rent increases to CPI and/or a fixed percentage; and remove the ability […]
After a dip in the June quarter of this year, rents have picked up again. State wide weighted median rent bounced back to almost exactly where it was in March 2020, while rents in the South stayed a little below March level and rents in the North slightly above the prices in March. Only rents […]
More than a decade ago, the Law Reform Institute recommended a Human Rights Act be enacted in Tasmania that included the right to adequate housing. A Re-Examination of the Case for a Human Rights Act in Tasmania is currently being undertaken and attached is our response.