Southbank Owners' Corporations Network (SOCN)

Building Membership

Building Memberships are available to buildings located within Southbank.  The fees are determined by the number of lots (see membership page for rates).  Building memberships need to be approved by their management committees.

In addition to the entitlements of Individual Members, Building Memberships are also entitled to be represented by the OC chairperson (or their delegate) at the Southbank Owners' Corporations Network (SOCN) which is convened by SRA.

Building Membership ensures you are kept informed of planning developments in your immediate area as they become known to SRA.

The SOCN meets every two months, usually with a guest speaker relevant to OC issues.  No minutes are kept, so discussion can be frank, informal and off the record.

There are currently 23 buildings in Southbank who are members.

To find out more, email the convenor of the group.

Testimonials

Freshwater Place:

The establishment of the SOCN by the committee of Southbank Residents’ Association has created a great forum to discuss common interest issues by the Chairs of residential towers across Southbank.

It has enabled this informal gathering to hear from industry leaders on topical issues such as Body Corporate management, 'short stay’ operators, and created a platform to discuss opportunities for sharing best practice policies and processes.

 

The group can claim to represent thousands of owners and residents in high-rise towers and have a legitimate voice when lobbying local and state governments.

Tiara Apartments:

SOCN is invaluable. The knowledge, collaboration and problem solving have been an amazing asset for myself and our building . The meetings are fun, no red tape and you always leave armed with real information that you can use now or in the future . Great organization! You've taught me so much . Thank you !!

Contact us:

Email: info@southbankresidents.com.au

 

The Boyd, 207 City Rd, Southbank Vic

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