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  • #63700
    newb
    Flatchatter

    Does anyone know what the situation is if you’re a committee member uploading your scheme’s details to strata hub?

    I’ve offered (as committee member) to do it for my scheme. Do I need permission of all owners? Permission of the committee?

    Do we need to have a meeting and vote first?

    Also we don’t have official office bearers, as all roles are delegated to our strata manager. Will we need to officially appoint someone as Chair or Secretary to be able to fill in that part?

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  • #63716
    Jimmy-T
    Keymaster

    Firstly, you will have six months to get this done, so son’t panic.

    Secondly, SCA (NSW) has published a very helpful toolkit, which you can access HERE.

    That toolkit has a link to this NSW government website which has … not a lot about the Hub, really, except a notice to say that something is coming.  Worth hanging on to that link though, and you can get put on a mailing list for future updates.

    To answer your questions:

    Do I need permission of all owners? Permission of the committee? Do we need to have a meeting and vote first?

    The committee needs to appoint someone to fill in the forms.  Just get them to agree it’s you, although it could be done by your strata manager (for a price).

    Also we don’t have official office bearers, as all roles are delegated to our strata manager. Will we need to officially appoint someone as Chair or Secretary to be able to fill in that part?

    Yes. You still need a chair and secretary and they will need to provide contact details to the Hub, but either or both roles could be your strata manager, if you have formally elected them to those roles at a committee meeting.

    Just remember, the committee is the boss of the strata manager, not the other way round, and you can resume those roles at any point via a majority vote at a committee meeting.

     

    #63718
    newb
    Flatchatter
    Chat-starter

    Cool.

    Thanks Jimmy

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