Advocacy in Western Australia
As the peak industry body, SCA WA advocates both locally and nationally on issues that impact strata in WA. This includes strata reform, short stay and cladding. By working with government agencies, other industry bodies and members, SCA WA is the voice for all involved in the strata sector.
A Big Spending Budget and Big Announcements for Strata – But Can Government Deliver?
The Federal Government has delivered a big spending 2021-22 Budget with disaster relief, an extension to HomeBuilder and small business stimulus dominating for the strata industry.
Response to Consultation Regulation Impact Statement Registration of Building Engineers Submission
This submission details SCA’s feedback in relation to the Registration of Building Engineers in WA, in support of the implementation of the Building Confidence
SCA WA's suggested amendments to the Strata Titles (General) Regulations 2019
As part of its public consultation process, SCA WA provided comment to Landgate regarding the Strata Titles (General) Regulations 2019.
Northern Australia Reinsurance Pool to Bring Long Overdue Relief for Strata Owners and Residents
Strata Community Association (SCA) welcomes the announcement by the Federal Government of the establishment of a $10 billion reinsurance pool in flood and cyclone-prone regions of northern Australia.
SCA (WA) Welcomes New President in Australian First
In an Australian first, Strata Community Association (SCA) (WA) has announced Catherine Lezer as its next president for a term of one year.
2019 Feedback and Comment on the Strata Titles (General) Regulations 2019
Building from the previous submission, SCA WA made further observations on the draft (General) Regulations 2019.
SCA WA Metronet East Redevelopment Scheme Submission
SCA (WA)'s response to the draft redevelopment scheme identifies challenges with the current scheme and potential solutions and recommendations.
2019 Position on Building Defects
With the prevalence of building defects and challenges in attempting to rectify them, SCA WA takes a position on the issue and puts forward recommendations for members.