26 Feb Provide your feedback on apartment living & investing
Provide your feedback on apartment living & investing
This year, Strata Community Association (SCA) has partnered with Australian Apartment Advocacy to conduct research on a national scale to find out from apartment owners and tenants what they are looking for when it comes to apartment living and investing.
In particular, the survey focusses on what you like about your apartment and what you would like to change to improve the standard of apartment living in Australia.
We invite our owners and occupants to participate in the survey – it will take no more than 10 minutes and your details will remain anonymous – however, only one survey can be completed per household.
Click on the link below to participate in the survey – it will close on Friday 29 March 2019
Simon Barnard is the Managing Director and Principal of Hartley’s Body Corporate Management which is a medium sized strata firm established in 2004 at Sherwood and now operating out of Graceville, Newstead, North Lakes and Bribie Island. Simon is in his 6th year as President of the Board of Strata Community Australia (QLD) and was recently recognised for his service to the industry with a fellowship of the organisation and Life Membership.
Simon also is a past board member on the SCA National Board and is engaged at an International level through many consultative groups and associations. He meets regularly with the Industry Stakeholders group which is convened by the Commissioner for Body Corporate and Community Management and the Office of the Attorney General and actively engages at all levels of government.
Simon has recently been invited to represent the Strata industry on the QLD Government Ministerial Housing Consultative Committee tasked with advising on developing and delivering quality housing outcomes for people and communities. His contributions at an International, National and State level involve working with key stakeholders and government to ensure lot owners, industry employees, suppliers and Bodies Corporate needs are addressed through Government policy reform, education and training.