2022 Victorian State Election

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In response to the state election on 26 November 2022, SCA (Vic) has created the 2022 Victorian Election Priorities Document.

Consumer rights and advice, sustainability in strata, and building defects are SCA (Vic)'s top priorities for the next Victorian Government to address.

For all enquiries relating to the 2022 State Election and SCA (Vic) advocacy, please contact: media@strata.community

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Our Key Priorities at this Election:

Responses from Victorian Political Parties to SCA (Vic)
 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

Media Releases:

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Victoria's Strata Electoral Map & 2022 Election Results:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Victorian Election Priorities Launch (28 September 2022):

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For all enquiries relating to the 2022 State Election and SCA (Vic) advocacy, please contact: media@strata.community

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Click the buttons below to read the formal responses from the Victorian Labor Government, Liberal Opposition and Greens Party to our 2022 state election priorities:

Public positions, commitments and formal responses to our priorities from the Labor Government, Liberal Opposition and Greens Party are ranked* through a traffic light system on the SCA (Vic) 2022 Election Policy Scorecard, as follows:

  • Green: Full or confirmed commitment made to SCA (Vic) policy recommendation.

  • Amber: Further detail or clarification required, or in-principle/partial commitment to SCA (Vic) policy recommendation.

  • Red: No commitment or response provided to SCA (Vic) policy recommendation.

*DISCLAIMER: SCA (Vic) is a non-partisan organisation, and does not provide support and/or endorsement of any political parties or candidates.

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Victorian State Electoral Divisions (SED) Ranked by Strata Density (Number of Lots) - Easthope, H. (UNSW, 2022)

  1. Melbourne (63,104) GRN RETAIN +8.76%

  2. Prahran (51,858) GRN RETAIN +5.9%

  3. Albert Park (37,617) ALP RETAIN

  4. Richmond (25,683) GRN GAIN +12.48%

  5. Caulfield (24,266) LIB RETAIN +3.25%

6. Oakleigh (23,198) ALP RETAIN -2.4%

7. Malvern (22,167) LIB RETAIN +3.55%

8. Hawthorn (21,093) LIB GAIN +1.8%

9. Brunswick (18,806) GRN RETAIN +12.64%

10. Footscray (17,266) ALP RETAIN -23.55%

11. Box Hill (17,090) ALP RETAIN +5.53%

12. Brighton (16,939) LIB RETAIN +6.3%

13. Essendon (16,605) ALP RETAIN -0.38%

14. Dandenong (16,196) ALP RETAIN -4.28%

15. Ringwood (15,709) ALP RETAIN +5.8%

 
 
 
 
 
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SCA (Vic) 2022 Victorian Election Policy Scorecard (click to enlarge)

 
 
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