News tagged with Consumer Action Law Centre

How to make a complaint in retirement housing

 

On Monday 14 May 2018, Housing for the Aged Action Group (HAAG), Consumer Action Law Centre, Residents of Retirement Villages Victoria (RRVV) and Council on the Ageing (COTA) held a ... ...

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Retirement Housing – Making your Complaint CountMay 14 -

 

In this two hour workshop, residents will hear about the types of issues that can be taken to the regulator Consumer Affairs Victoria and the best way to make your complaint count. ...

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COTA seeks Agenda for Ageing in Victoria

 

COTA Victoria recently led an alliance of 17 organisations at State Parliament, calling on the Victorian Government to develop a state-wide, bi-partisan strategy for ageing that includes all spheres of government. ...

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Parliamentary Forum on Retirement Housing Success

 

The Retirement Villages Parliamentary Forum was inundated with older people demanding the protection of residents’ rights and a regulator as part of the State Government’s pending reforms into retirement housing. ...

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Government fails to take decisive action on Retirement Housing

 

The government has chosen to opt out of any meaningful action on unfair contracts, high exit fees, poor complaints processes and treatment by village managers and operators. ...

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COTA Policy Forum

 

On the 10th June the COTA National Policy Forum discussed the issues relating to Affordable, Accessible and Appropriate Housing for Older Australians. ...

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Congratulations to Retirement Housing Campaigners

 

COTA Victoria acknowledges the long and tireless campaign for reform by retirement living residents. Our warmest congratulations to YOU the RESIDENTS on the significant report handed down by the Victorian ... ...

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