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1. 19 April 18TASMANIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Minister Jaensch discussed initiatives under the Tasmania Government's Affordable Housing Action Plan to help young Tasmanians at risk of homelessness. [Full text]
2. 19 April 18TASMANIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Roger Jaensch said as at the end of March, the Tasmanian Government had helped 532 new households to access safe and affordable housing, [Full text]
3. 19 April 18TASMANIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Tasmanian Government's March Quarterly Affordable Housing Report is online. [Full text]
4. 19 April 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
The data is online. [Full text]
5. 19 April 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
ATCOSS said data it has compiled confirms that creating affordable housing and addressing homelessness should be the number one priority for a government committed to reducing inequality. [Full text]
6. 19 April 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING
AHURI said its inquiry into increasing affordable housing supply stimulated discussion in Australian and international media about Australia's policy options for supplying affordable housing. [Full text]
7. 19 April 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Institute of Health and Welfare released 'National Social Housing Survey: a summary of national results 2016'. [Full text]
8. 16 April 18TASMANIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Minister Roger Jaensch announced the first of 78 newly constructed two bedroom units to help ease Tasmania's housing shortage. [Full text]
9. 16 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
REIWA said lots less than 100 square metres provide an affordable entry into the property market while still allowing the freedom of green title housing. [Full text]
10. 16 April 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
David Kelly from Deakin University said the voices of residents missing in a time of crisis for public housing. [Full text]
11. 16 April 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
A coalition of community housing and homelessness advocates said Australia's real problem is housing tax measures that give big incentives for investors at the expense of home buyers. [Full text]
12. 16 April 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shadow Minister Chris Bowen said Labor has a plan to tackle housing affordability, that deals with both demand and supply issues. [Full text]
13. 16 April 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
The Centre for Social Impact released 'The state of homelessness in Australia's cities'. [Full text]
14. 16 April 18PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
PIA said affordable housing supply is a critical issue for governments but so is ensuring Australians have good access to meaningful employment, good social services and facilities, and quality environments. [Full text]
15. 12 April 18TASMANIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Roger Jaensch announced a pilot housing program is designed to encourage residential property owners to make their affordable rental homes available for low income earners. [Full text]
16. 12 April 18QUEENSLAND / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Queensland Productivity Commission released 'Housing in Queensland: affordability and preferences'. [Full text]
17. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / RURAL AND REGIONAL / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The NSW Government announced that an inner-city affordable housing development for 30 new dwellings will be delivered by Evolve Housing on Newcastle's former rail corridor. [Full text]
18. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Staff from UNSW discussed a need for more boarding houses in Sydney in The City Futures Blog. [Full text]
19. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Property Council said the NSW Government should develop a NSW Affordable Housing Policy. [Full text]
20. 12 April 18PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / INTERNATIONAL
Techniques from the US UK, SA and NSW that can ensure affordable housing is in the mix were discussed by staff from the University of Sydney. [Full text]
21. 12 April 18PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The HIA said Australia needs to build in more than 230,000 homes every year if the current housing affordability challenge is to be addressed. [Full text]
22. 12 April 18PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The HIA released a report, 'Housing Australia's Future'. [Full text]
23. 12 April 18PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Urban Taskforce said that AHURI's affordable housing policies will force apartment costs up. [Full text]
24. 12 April 18PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Chris Bowen said Federal Labor has long advocated for inclusionary zoning, which has been effective in increasing affordable housing overseas. [Full text]
25. 12 April 18PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
AHURI and the University of Sydney said that requiring developers to include affordable housing when land is rezoned and incentives for projects offering lower rents or sale prices are two ideas in the report. [Full text]
26. 12 April 18PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
AHURI released a report, 'Supporting affordable housing supply: inclusionary planning in new and renewing communities'. [Full text]
27. 9 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The REIWA said that access to secure and appropriate housing is essential to the success of communities and the prosperity of WA. [Full text]
28. 9 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Peter Tinley said the WA Government aims to deliver affordable homes as part of its METRONET vision and is currently developing its Affordable Housing Action Plan for release in mid-2018. [Full text]
29. 9 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Ministers Pru Goward and Marise Payne opened an affordable housing development in St Marys, jointly funded by the NSW and Federal Government, Penrith City Council and Wentworth Community Housing. [Full text]
30. 5 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Randwick City Council announced a proposal to allocate a proportion of its affordable rental housing portfolio specifically for women and children exiting emergency refuges. [Full text]
31. 3 April 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / PLANNING
Minister Foley said the Coalition has voted to revoke a planning scheme amendment that would allow for the revitalisation of Markham Estate. [Full text]
32. 3 April 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / PLANNING
Minister Martin Foley announced the Public Housing Renewal Program which aims to replace old public housing estates with new properties that are comfortable, modern and more secure. [Full text]
33. 3 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / FINANCE
The NSW government sold another four Millers Point properties in The Rocks area for a total of $17.98m. [Full text]
34. 3 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Anthony Roberts said that the NSW Government will mandate the provision of more parking spaces for people living in boarding houses, with proposed changes to planning rules to reduce the demand and impact on street parking. [Full text]
35. 3 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Urban Taskforce said the Telopea revitalisation is a good example of the private and public sectors working together. [Full text]
36. 3 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Pru Goward invited EOI for a mixed development in Telopea that will see 600 social housing dwellings replaced by more than 1000 social and affordable dwellings, and around 2500 private homes. [Full text]
37. 29 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Staff from UTS discussed the City of Sydney's efforts to increase the supply of affordable housing. [Full text]
38. 29 March 18FINANCE / SOCIAL PLANNING AND POLICY / HOMELESSNESS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Mission Australia issued six key recommendations to address homelessness, in response to recent ABS figures. [Full text]
39. 29 March 18FINANCE / SOCIAL PLANNING AND POLICY / HOMELESSNESS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Institute of Health and Welfare issued 'Specialist Homelessness Services Collection data cubes 2011-17'. [Full text]
40. 29 March 18FINANCE / SOCIAL PLANNING AND POLICY / HOMELESSNESS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The ABS issued 'Census of Population and Housing: QuickStats, Australia, 2016'. [Full text]
41. 29 March 18FINANCE / SOCIAL PLANNING AND POLICY / HOMELESSNESS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The ABS issued 'Census of Population and Housing: Socio-Economic Indexes for Areas, Australia, 2016'. [Full text]
42. 29 March 18FINANCE / SOCIAL PLANNING AND POLICY / HOMELESSNESS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Council of Social Service cautioned that introducing further competition into human services provision carried significant risk. [Full text]
43. 29 March 18FINANCE / SOCIAL PLANNING AND POLICY / HOMELESSNESS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Productivity Commission issued a report on increased competition in human services. [Full text]
44. 29 March 18FINANCE / SOCIAL PLANNING AND POLICY / HOMELESSNESS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The report, 'The Cost of Privilege', by Anglicare and Per Capita is online. [Full text]
45. 29 March 18FINANCE / SOCIAL PLANNING AND POLICY / HOMELESSNESS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen said Per Capita research backs Labor's superannuation, negative gearing, capital gains and trusts policies. [Full text]
46. 26 March 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Staff from the international Shaping Housing Futures initiative discussed the productivity effects of poorly functioning housing systems, in a UNSW City Futures article. [Full text]
47. 26 March 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
The ABS issued 'Estimates of Imputed Rent, Australia, 2015-16'. [Full text]
48. 26 March 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Treasurer Scott Morrison announced that the Senate has passed the National Housing and Homelessness Agreement Bill. [Full text]
49. 22 March 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Marlene Kairouz opened 20 affordable homes in Melbourne's inner-west for women and children escaping family violence. [Full text]
50. 22 March 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / PLANNING
The NSW Federation of Housing Associations said the GSC has recognised the strain ordinary Sydney people are under as a direct result of the cost of housing. [Full text]