All members of our Strata Manager Chapter are ‘PROFESSIONAL STRATA MANAGERS’.

SCA (NSW) strives to ensure that all strata manager members are able to deliver

services to the public that are of the highest professional and ethical standard.

News and Articles From Strata Community Association NSW

SCA (NSW) 2022 Christmas Message

An important 2022 end of year message from our President, Stephen Brell. Thank you, our members, for your support throughout 2022. This year has seen many advancements in various areas
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Project Intervene

Two big wins for consumers with the launch of Project Intervene, which will give strata managers and owners corporations of residential buildings, less than six years old, an avenue to
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Strata Hub

Stephen Brell and Emily Doherty, SCA (NSW) President and Vice President, host this webinar and are joined by special guests Matt Press, Director, Office of the Building Commissioner and Lachlan
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Strata Community & Living Publication

Publications Strata and Community Living Spring 2024  The Summer edition of Strata Community & Living is now available for distribution to your team or clients.   Download it now so
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First responder retires!

VIC REYNOLDS IS RETIRING A HAPPY MAN! Vic Reynolds has been involved in the plumbing, pipeline and building industry for close to 50 years, and, as client liaison manager at
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Project Remediate – Final Call

Attention all SCA (NSW) members: Registrations of interest are still open for Project Remediate, which close on 30 September 2021! Project Remediate is a voluntary three-year program for owners’ corporations
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New Pet By-Laws in New South Wales

Animal lovers are rejoicing after a recent decision passed down by the NSW Government has put an end to blanket bans on pets in strata title properties in New South
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R U OK? Day – 2021

It’s been a year like never before in the Australian strata sector. Due to lockdowns creating social isolation and other social pressures, national R U OK? Day is more important
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