There are more than 35,000 people living in over 500 residential land lease communities across NSW.

In a residential land lease community, you own the home you live in, but lease the land from the community operator.

The NSW Government is reviewing the Residential (Land Lease) Communities Act 2013. These laws cover permanent sites in caravan and residential parks and set out the rights and responsibilities of residents and operators.

This is a standard review that happens five years after laws are first introduced to see how well they are working. Your feedback will help make sure the laws are still appropriate for people living and working in residential communities and that they are fair for everyone.

For more information about the review, read the discussion paper.

Tell us what you think

To have your say, take the quick poll and complete our survey.

You can also share your stories or upload a written submission.

Thank you for your feedback

This engagement closed on 15 March 2021. Thank you to participants for providing your input.

To see the consultation findings, read the report on the Residential (Land Lease) Communities Act 2013 Statutory Review.


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Share your stories

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Share your stories

We want to hear about your experience of living in a residential land lease communities.

Tell us about any issues you've had with:

  • buying or renting your home
  • maintenance and repairs
  • site fees
  • utilities
  • resolving disputes
  • selling your home.

NOTE: Please be careful not to name individuals or specific residential land lease communities.
Stories that share names or personal information will not be published.

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Very positive
22% (35 votes)
32% (50 votes)
11% (18 votes)
22% (35 votes)
Very negative
13% (20 votes)
Total Votes: 158