Central Australian Affordable Housing are pleased to announce that it is the first organisation in the Northern Territory to obtain community housing provider registration under the National Regulatory System for Community Housing (NRSCH).


The National Regulatory System for Community Housing aims are “to ensure a well governed, well managed and viable community housing sector that that meets the needs of tenants and provides assurance for government and investors”.


CEO Sally Langton says, “CAAH is extremely proud to reach this achievement. It places us amongst best practice housing organisations across Australia. We aim to continually improve our services and our business model so we can remain responsive, flexible and viable for the future of our tenants and our tenants of the future”.


To meet the requirements of the NRSCH, CAAH has had to demonstrate best practice in tenancy and property management services, ensure its policies and procedures are in line with national community housing standards and demonstrate a sustainable business model that meets the changing needs of tenants.


CAAH was founded by Tangentyere Council in 2010 to provide a new way forward for Indigenous Community Housing. The organisation is a generalist community housing organisation that has a high priority to assisting Aboriginal people residing in Central Australia.

To find out more about the NRSCH please visit