Tenant survey with a chance to win

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Link Wentworth tenants will soon receive an email, or a letter in the mail from the Community Housing Industry Association (CHIA) NSW about our 2022 Tenant Satisfaction Survey. It is important to us at Link Wentworth to understand your experiences as a tenant. We really appreciate getting feedback about what works for you as well…Read More→

Flood resources and support

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**ALERT FOR 04/07/2022** The Hawkesbury-Nepean Valley is currently experiencing flooding. Please follow the SES Facebook page or SES website for the most up-to-date evacuation orders and information. If you are in a life threatening situation, call triple zero (000) immediately. If you need assistance from the NSW SES, call 132 500. Please be safe and…Read More→

Introducing Link Wentworth Affordable

Since our merger on 1 April 2021, our Affordable Housing services, which we deliver as a registered real estate agency have continued to grow. To support this growth, our passionate Affordable Housing Team of eight staff members is proud to launch a new name for the service – Link Wentworth Affordable. As one of the…Read More→

Free events in July 2022 – Community Calendar

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Have a look at these free events happening across Greater Sydney. We recommend that you contact the organiser to confirm that their event is still going ahead and visit your local council website for more events. Inside the Tide Exhibition – Sydney Inside the Tide has over 20,000 plants on display and one of the…Read More→

Winter gardening tips

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Greetings from Royal Botanic Garden’s Community Greening Team! As the weather cools, it’s a busy time in the garden! Try your hand at collecting and storing dry seed for next year, and then clear dead or dying plants from the garden. After all of the rain we have had, we can feed the soil with…Read More→

Recipes from our residents

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In our resident newsletter, Community Connect we feature favourite recipes from our residents. We will continue to add recipes to this page. Share your resident recipe If you are a Link Wentworth resident and have a great recipe to share, please email [email protected] to be featured in the next newsletter. Geoff’s bad to the bone…Read More→

Upcoming programs

Link Wentworth’s Communities Team are running a range of programs for any resident living in a Link Wentworth-managed property. Email [email protected] or call 9412 5111 to let our Communities Team know you would like to attend any of the below programs. English Classes We invite you to join our 2022 English Classes that can help…Read More→

Flood resilience with the Resilience Committee

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Written by Susan and Mary, Link Wentworth residents We sincerely hope you and the people close to you are all well. One of the events that do occur when it rains a lot and floods, is that insects, snakes and rats are unhoused, and so they go looking for dryer places to live. Wear suitable,…Read More→

Mark’s scholarship success

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Our Scholarship Program is open to all Link Wentworth residents from 1 July this year! Read on for what you can do with a scholarship and how to apply. Written by Mark, Link Wentworth resident I have had the good fortune of being a Link Wentworth tenant at St Leonards for almost five years now….Read More→

Mary’s Big Housing Debate speech

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On 21 April Link Wentworth hosted the Big Housing Debate in partnership with Western Sydney Community Forum. Mary, one of our residents, delivered a brave and passionate speech about the challenges she encountered as a single mother facing homelessness. Mary is a strong supporter of Link Wentworth and a member of our Tenant Advisory Group…Read More→