New annual reporting for strata schemes

More than 1.2 million people live in strata in NSW. The NSW Government wants to introduce new annual reporting to better meet strata communities' needs and improve consumer protection.

Owners corporations would need to report and verify information each year on the NSW Government’s Strata Hub. This digital portal will centralise strata information, which is currently hard to find or unavailable.

We have drafted a proposed Strata Schemes Management Amendment (Information) Regulation. It outlines the information to be reported, who can access it, the costs and the start date.

We want to hear from people who live, own, rent, work or want to invest in strata and councils and other strata stakeholders.

Earlier this year, we consulted broadly on what people want from a Strata Hub. Once fully implemented, the hub will offer up-to-date strata information, provide key data on how schemes are being managed, and make communication easier.

New regulation asks strata schemes to provide key information

The information to be reported includes key details about the strata scheme and some building, safety and management information.

A strata managing agent can also report on behalf of the owners corporation. Reporting will take a tell us once approach, supported by pre-filled information where possible. For more details, refer to the:

Thank you for your feedback

This engagement is now closed. Thank you to participants who provided input. Your feedback will help ensure the regulation meets the needs of NSW strata communities.

If you have any questions after reading the materials and the FAQs, please email the Strata Policy team.

More than 1.2 million people live in strata in NSW. The NSW Government wants to introduce new annual reporting to better meet strata communities' needs and improve consumer protection.

Owners corporations would need to report and verify information each year on the NSW Government’s Strata Hub. This digital portal will centralise strata information, which is currently hard to find or unavailable.

We have drafted a proposed Strata Schemes Management Amendment (Information) Regulation. It outlines the information to be reported, who can access it, the costs and the start date.

We want to hear from people who live, own, rent, work or want to invest in strata and councils and other strata stakeholders.

Earlier this year, we consulted broadly on what people want from a Strata Hub. Once fully implemented, the hub will offer up-to-date strata information, provide key data on how schemes are being managed, and make communication easier.

New regulation asks strata schemes to provide key information

The information to be reported includes key details about the strata scheme and some building, safety and management information.

A strata managing agent can also report on behalf of the owners corporation. Reporting will take a tell us once approach, supported by pre-filled information where possible. For more details, refer to the:

Thank you for your feedback

This engagement is now closed. Thank you to participants who provided input. Your feedback will help ensure the regulation meets the needs of NSW strata communities.

If you have any questions after reading the materials and the FAQs, please email the Strata Policy team.

  • CLOSED: This survey has closed. We are currently reviewing your feedback. If you have any questions please email stratareview@customerservice.nsw.gov.au

    This survey invites feedback on the proposed new annual reporting for strata schemes, as outlined in the Information Regulation. We ask for you views on:

    • the information required for reporting
    • access to the information (information that may be made public)
    • costs
    • the start date (and dates of reporting).

    This survey consists of four main sections. You can complete all questions or skip to those that interest you. 

    You can refer to the Explanatory Paper to help you respond.  

    This survey will take about 5 minutes to complete. You can register on the site before you start to save your responses as you go (recommended if you need to come back and complete it later on). 

    We will not publish any personal information however there may be times when the Government has to release submissions, such as under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

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