The Tenants’ Advice and Advocacy Program (TAAP) provides funding to non-profit organisations to provide information, community education, advice and advocacy services to public and private tenants in NSW. NSW Fair Trading is responsible for the administration of residential tenancy and parks legislation and TAAP assists the Government to achieve its consumer protection and social justice policy objectives through the ‘direct service’ provision of information, dispute resolution services and advocacy on behalf of tenants. In addition, TAAP provides a range of specialist ‘resource’ services and community engagement activities. The services provided by TAAP provide a particular focus for vulnerable and/or social housing tenants.
The current funding period is from 1 July 2016 until 30 September 2019. The program is funded triennially and is closed for applications.
Who can apply?
Incorporated not-for-profit organisations (including cooperatives) for the operation of tenancy advice and advocacy services to residential tenants throughout New South Wales.
$10.4 million each year is currently available under this program. Funding under the Program is fully allocated.
Currently funded services
Want more information?
For tenancy related matters, please visit the Tenant's Union of NSW and select Contact Us for the service operating in your area.
For enquiries about NSW Fair Trading's community grants programs only, email firstname.lastname@example.org.