7.1.19 Member who is eligible
7.1.20 Member who is not eligible
In the total workforce system, continuous full-time service may be described as service in Service category 6 or 7. A member who is in Service category 3, 4 or 5 and Service option C is also on continuous full-time service.
7.1.21 Member to apply in writing
The approved form is Defence Housing Australia - Request for a house hunting trip (PDF 579KB).
7.1.22 CDF may approve a house-hunting trip
7.1.23 House-hunting trip payments
7.1.24 Costs that will not be paid
7.1.25 Car hire for member returning to Australia
7.1.26 Families with special needs
7.1.27 House not chosen during house-hunting trip
Example: The member gains an extra dependant.
7.1.28 Evidence of house-hunting trip costs
Examples: Hotel, meals and hire car receipts or statutory declaration of expenses.
Defence Housing Australia procedures for house-hunting trips
Defence Housing Australia uses the following process for house-hunting trips.
|1.||The member submits a request for house-hunting trip form to the relevant area in Defence Housing Australia, as specified on the form.|
|2.||The request is sent to the Housing Management Centre at the gaining location for decision.|
|3.||The Housing Management Centre writes to the member to tell them if their request has been approved or not. Toll Transitions Regional Support Centre gets a copy.|
|4.||If the request is approved Toll Transitions arrange payment for the house-hunting trip. They inform the member of the payment and the requirement to acquit it.|