We believe that successful, long-term tenancies start from your first interaction with us and continue with the development of a positive relationship built on open communication and trust. Our aim is to ensure that at all times, customers, applicants and visitors receive excellent customer service and genuine care from us.
Customer Service Values
We are committed to upholding the standards of our Customer Service Values and upholding our iSARI values of innovation, support, accountability, respect and integrity.
We welcome your feedback on the service that we provide. We use your feedback to track our performance against these service standards and improve our service to you.
If you are pleased with our service, would like to make a suggestion for improvement, or feel that we have not met the service standards outlined in this Charter, please let us know.
Ph: (02) 9585 1499
Fax: (02) 9585 1564
Alternatively, you can provide feedback by talking to an SGCH team member, or through participation in our yearly Satisfaction Surveys.
Dignity and Respect Charter
In addition to our Customer Service Charter, we also have a Dignity and Respect Charter for customers and applicants.
This Charter outlines customer and applicant rights and responsibilities when receiving our services and/or living in an SGCH property. It also details our expectations about appropriate communication and behaviour for customers and applicants when dealing with SGCH workers and contractors.
The Dignity and Respect Charter outlines what action SGCH may take where customers and applicants do not abide by the Charter, our policies or an Act of law (including the Residential Tenancies Act).
Your privacy is important to us. We are committed to handling your personal information following the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth).
What to expect from SGCH as your landlord
For a simple guide on what you can expect from SGCH and for information about how to manage your tenancy, please visit the Department of Fair Trading. Here you will find information to help you understand what the tenancy laws in NSW mean for you, at the beginning, during or end of a tenancy.