The RVRA was established to advocate and support retirement village residents in New South Wales, and we are proud to have achieved concessions with Exit Entitlements, reform on village fees, and recurrent charges, among others.
RVRA’s work continues and increases; we are frequently consulted on policy and legislation, and it is important that we can accurately demonstrate our representation of village residents. The most effective way to do this is through the number of members of the RVRA and the Board have recognised that the current higher fee for Joint members disincentivises couples from joining.
RVRA has introduced a flat membership fee for Single and Joint membership categories, commencing from 1 January 2021. This single fee recognises that the member benefits are the same whether for a single or joint membership and means that couples can share a membership without paying additional fees.
We are grateful for your members support and believe that this change will greatly support our lobbying and advocacy work.