manages over 6,400
homes with around 10,000
residents and 200 staff.
Are you a Link Wentworth tenant?
As part of our continued effort to provide quality service and commitment to a better future for all our residents, we have brought together many of our services.We encourage you to use our website for an efficient and contact-less service. We have new forms that can completed and submitted online. We are always here for you. Email us below or call your local office.
About Link Wentworth
Link Wentworth was formed on 31 March 2021 from the merger between major Tier 1 housing providers, Link Housing and Wentworth Community Housing.
We are committed to solving the housing crisis in NSW by providing more social and affordable housing and delivering enhanced support services for those most vulnerable in the community.
Our property portfolio includes social, affordable and disability housing for people on low to moderate incomes. We also provide support services to help people sustain their tenancies, strengthen their lives and participate fully in their communities. We are one of the only housing providers in NSW to provide support services for those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
We believe everyone has a right to a safe and secure home where they can grow, connect with community, and build a brighter future.
A strong track record
Formed in 1984, Link Housing provided safe and affordable housing to people on a low income, those with a disability, and those in need of urgent housing. With a vision to enhance lives through community housing, Link Housing has been committed to working with partners to provide affordable homes that strengthen lives and communities.
Wentworth Community Housing was established in 1996 through the amalgamation of three housing providers in the Blue Mountains, Penrith and the Hawkesbury areas. Wentworth’s services reached across the full spectrum of housing need from homelessness services to social and affordable housing options, as well as innovative housing initiatives and community projects. In January 2020, Wentworth acquired Lithgow Community Housing, expanding its footprint beyond the Blue Mountains.
Link Wentworth is governed by a Board comprising an Independent Chair, five existing Board Members from Link Housing and five existing Board Members Directors from Wentworth.
Mike Allen (PSM) is the Independent Chair. Mike is a respected industry leader, independent housing advisor and former Chief Executive of Housing NSW with over 30 years of experience in social housing management.
Andrew McAnulty (former CEO of Link Housing) has been appointed CEO of Link Wentworth. Andrew brings a wealth of experience, including 30 years in the housing sector in Australia and the UK.
Become a member
Anyone with an interest in the work we do, such as tenants, support providers and business providers, can become a member of Link Wentworth.
As a member of the company, you’re kept informed of significant events, and can participate and vote in general meetings as well as the Annual General Meeting.
Please complete the membership application form and return it to Link Wentworth.
- Applicants must be put forward (and seconded) by an existing member.
- You must then provide written consent to become a member of the company.
- Your application will then be assessed by the Board of Directors.
As a member you must also abide by our Constitution.
We will advocate for inclusive and forward-thinking housing policy that will deliver a range of solutions to meet the current and future demand of all Australians.