consultation process was initiated to engage with key stakeholders and
interested members of the broader Tasmanian community to assess community
opinion, generate constructive feedback and foster support for the development
of new legislation.
A reference group was established made up of
representatives from government and the strata industry. A draft of the
Discussion Paper was provided to the reference group who had the opportunity to
provide comments and make suggestions for amendments to the draft before the
Discussion Paper was released to the public.
A public consultation period was
held and interested parties were invited to provide submissions on any or all
the focus areas outlined in the Discussion Paper, and on any other issues
relating to strata titles.
A total of 24 submissions (23 public and 1 confidential) were received during the consultation period in response to the Discussion Paper and submission request. Submissions were received in relation to items raised in the Discussion Paper, other parts of the Act and other aspects of strata living. Public submissions received are provided below.
The following public submissions were received during the consultation period:
Unless indicated otherwise, submissions are treated as public information and therefore published on our website. No personal information will be published other than an individual's name or the organisation making a submission.