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New role for Roger

01 Oct 2013

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Docklands Community Association president Roger Gardner has been elected president of the Owners Corporation Network Victoria (OCNV).

The OCNV is a relatively new association and at the moment is predominantly comprised of OCs in the inner-city area, with 35 buildings already registered.

Mr Gardner said one of the objectives of the association was to exchange information and ideas between OCs.

He said before the OCNV was formed there wasn’t a forum for Victorian OCs to share experiences and learn from each other.

“This is all new ground for OCs in Victoria,” Mr Gardner said.

Another objective of the association is to form positions on policies that affect Victorian strata owners and make submissions to government.

It’s hoped a united association of OCs will have more leverage, as has been the case with more established associations in New South Wales, the ACT and Queensland.

“Unity is strength,” Mr Gardner said.

He said the OCNV was also forging ties with the interstate OC organisations and in the long-term it was hoped a national OC association would be established.

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