A friend of mine works for a not-for-profit community organisation and had to visit someone at Bega Flats yesterday afternoon.
She was more than a tad horrified to discover these posters, plastered on every floor in each block of the flats.
Is this the softer/sarcastic side of Housing ACT shining through or just a new (and appalling) approach to communicating with their clients?
Either way, is it ok? I think not.
UPDATE: This in from Joy Burch’s office:
The decision to place posters at Bega Court, Jerilderie Court and Reid Court was taken by a Housing Manager without approval from Senior Management, and was is in no way authorised or condoned by Housing ACT. Housing ACT is in the process of removing the posters.