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Strengthening the benefits of strata now, and for the future – one building, one community at a time.

The Strata Community Association (SCA) is the peak body in Australia and New Zealand for Industry Managers, Lot Owners, Tenants and Stakeholders living in or affected by Strata Title, Body Corporate, Community Title and Owners Corporations. 

We believe in taking action with urgency in order to raise public awareness about some of the most pressing issues facing today’s society. Please join us by supporting our efforts to make a measurable difference for the community.

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Education Partner
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Business Supporters
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RESEARCH

Find out research undertaken across the strata sector

ACCREDITATION

For Managers who undertake CPD and submit to a code of conduct CPD

EXTERNAL CPD

Complete our form to submit external training for CPD

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INSIDE STRATA

The unified, dominant voice of Strata in Australia & New Zealand

EDUCATION

Setting the standard for strata education and training

DIRECTORY

Find a supplier who services or manages strata properties

MEMBERSHIP

For businesses and people who manage or service strata schemes

ADVOCACY

The leading voice for those living and working in Strata

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AWARDS

View our 2020-2021 SCA Australasia Award Winners Here

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Strata Insurance Report

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Australian Building Manual Guideline

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About Us

Strata Community Association (SCA) is the peak body for Industry Managers, Lot Owners, Tenants and Stakeholders living in or affected by Strata Title, Body Corporate, Community Title and Owners Corporations.

 

SCA proudly fulfils the dual roles of a professional institute and consumer advocate. SCA has in excess of 3,300 members who help oversee, advise or manage a combined property portfolio with an estimated replacement value of over $1.2 trillion.

As a Federated Model, VIC, NSW, WA and QLD have their own Councils with constitutions, and ACT, SA/NT, NZ, and TAS have Executive Chapter Committees under the national constitution.