Jacaranda Housing is a community housing provider providing housing and reduced rents to vulnerable people on low incomes in the Brisbane region.
Under the Long-Term Community Housing Program, Jacaranda Housing holds title to a portfolio of 83 homes across 60 locations in South-East Queensland. These properties have an estimated value in excess of $50 million.
Jacaranda Housing is governed by a skill-based Board of Directors and is supported by an experienced team of community housing professionals who manage the day-to-day operations of the organisation.
All of Jacaranda Housing’s properties are managed internally by the Community Housing Management Team which is led by the Chief Executive Officer. As a specialist housing service, Jacaranda also provides tenancy and asset management services through third-party partnerships. Including the properties managed under the head leasing partnerships program, Jacaranda manages close to $100 million in assets.
Established in 2009, Jacaranda Housing provides housing to people facing housing stress and to those in the greatest need and works closely with the Queensland Government Department of Communities, Housing and Digital Economy.
To ensure the strong governance, strategic direction and continued growth of Jacaranda Housing members of the Board contribute to the following committees:
- Audit and Risk Committee
- Governance and Remuneration Committee
- Constitutional Change Committee
Jacaranda provides safe housing to 350 Queenslanders from diverse backgrounds across our specialist housing programs. Tenants of Jacaranda Housing are encouraged to participate with the organisation by contributing to tenant engagement activities.
Tenant engagement activities and events provide a forum for tenants to provide feedback on Jacaranda Housing and its services, policies and procedures and guides decision-making on tenant-related issues.