Showing results 1–50 of 1,670 matches found

  Results
1. 4 May 17VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Kairouz announced a 30 per cent increase in funding for Victoria's Tenancy and Consumer Program. [Full text]
2. 4 May 17QUEENSLAND / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
PowerHousing Australia welcomed the comments. [Full text]
3. 4 May 17QUEENSLAND / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Mick Di Brenni foreshadowed the release of a 10-year housing plan for Queensland, in a speech to the AHURI Homelessness and housing conference. [Full text]
4. 16 February 17EVENTS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
AHURI will host a conference on homelessness and housing solutions in Brisbane from 31 March. [Full text]
5. 16 February 17AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Mission Australia said it is deeply concerning to learn that social housing and homeless funding may be scrapped with no sense of what, if anything, would replace it. [Full text]
6. 16 February 17AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Launch Housing said it has written to seek urgent clarification on the matter. [Full text]
7. 16 February 17AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Homelessness Australia said plans to axe the agreement will deepen the homelessness crisis and destroy the homelessness service system. [Full text]
8. 16 February 17AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
ACOSS expressed alarm over media reports that the Federal Government will axe the $6.8 billion National Affordable Housing Agreement. [Full text]
9. 16 February 17AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
AHURI issued 'The funding and delivery of programs to reduce homelessness: the case study evidence'. [Full text]
10. 13 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The NSW Housing Appeals Committee released an annual overview for 2015-16. [Full text]
11. 13 February 17AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The HIA said that the low return on taxpayer-funded investment in affordable public housing demands a rethink on Commonwealth-State Government funding programs. [Full text]
12. 13 February 17AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Senator Lee Rhiannon said winding up the National Housing Affordability Agreement will push more people into homelessness. [Full text]
13. 13 February 17AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shadow Minister Doug Cameron said the reports send a message that the Government is doubling down on its attacks on low income households. [Full text]
14. 13 February 17AFFORDABLE HOUSING
National Shelter responded to reports that the Federal Government is considering axing the National Affordable Housing Agreement. [Full text]
15. 9 February 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Yvette Berry issued an update on the ACT's $550 million public housing renewal program. [Full text]
16. 9 February 17AFFORDABLE HOUSING / INTERNATIONAL
The OECD released an interactive database comparing access to good quality affordable housing between countries. [Full text]
17. 6 February 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Brendon Grylls announced that the WA Government is on track to hit its target of 30,000 affordable homes by 2020. [Full text]
18. 6 February 17AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
RMIT's Associate Professor Julie Lawson discussed the possible creation of a financial intermediary for affordable housing, in an article. [Full text]
19. 2 February 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / HOMELESSNESS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Chief Minister Michael Gunner announced a further $5 million for public housing repairs and upgrades in the NT. [Full text]
20. 2 February 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / HOMELESSNESS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Gerry McCarthy announced that Anglicare NT has been awarded the tender to manage a supported-accommodation development in Alice Springs. [Full text]
21. 2 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The Tenants' Union made a submission on proposed long fixed-term residential tenancy agreements. [Full text]
22. 2 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
NSW Fair Trading announced that it is now mandatory for self-managing landlords and real-estate agencies to offer an online bond-lodgement service to residential tenants. [Full text]
23. 2 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The Tenants' Union of NSW issued its Rent Tracker data for the year to September 2016. [Full text]
24. 2 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The NSW Federation of Housing Associations launched round two of its 'House Keys: Operations' industry data comparison tool. [Full text]
25. 2 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
UNSW City Futures discussed the new ministerial arrangements and reviewed the affordable housing policies and initiatives currently underway in NSW. [Full text]
26. 2 February 17AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
RMIT published an article on the effects of housing and labour markets on homelessness. [Full text]
27. 2 February 17AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
AHURI published an explanation of the bond aggregator model for affordable housing. [Full text]
28. 30 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / EVENTS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shelter NSW will host the lecture series 'Housing Economics for Non-Economists' from 7 March. [Full text]
29. 30 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HERITAGE
The University of Wollongong's Nicole Cook discussed the history of 'green bans' undertaken by unions, in an interview (audio). [Full text]
30. 30 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / FINANCE
The Centre for Independent Studies said that with the growth of stamp duty in NSW set to slow, estimates show a decline in the net operating surplus to $0.9 billion in 2019-20. [Full text]
31. 30 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / FINANCE
NSW Opposition Leader Luke Foley and Federal Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen called on Premier Berejiklian to lobby the PM and Treasurer Morrison to reform negative gearing. [Full text]
32. 30 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / FINANCE
The NSW Federation of Housing Associations welcomed Premier Gladys Berejiklian's comments on the need for the Government to do more to tackle housing affordability. [Full text]
33. 30 January 17FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
LJ Hooker CEO Grant Harrod advocated for the provision of affordable housing, removal of stamp duty and decentralisation of government services as approaches to addressing housing affordability. [Full text]
34. 30 January 17FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The UDIA commented on the appointment of Michael Sukkar as Assistant Minister to the Treasurer, and his focus on housing affordability. [Full text]
35. 30 January 17FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
MP John Alexander said that everything needs to be on the table when we consider policy responses to the housing affordability crisis currently being endured in our major cities. [Full text]
36. 30 January 17FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Kelly O'Dwyer and Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese discussed negative gearing and housing affordability in an interview. [Full text]
37. 30 January 17FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Treasurer Morrison discussed housing policy and other issues in an interview. [Full text]
38. 30 January 17AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Treasurer Scott Morrison released a discussion paper on social impact investing, including social and affordable housing as an identified potential area of benefit. [Full text]
39. 26 January 17AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shadow Minister Jenny Macklin said the report revealed the Government's cuts to funding for affordable housing. [Full text]
40. 26 January 17AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
The Productivity Commission issued part of its report on government services, including sections on housing and homelessness and community services. [Full text]
41. 26 January 17FINANCE / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The ABS issued 'Lending Finance, Australia, November 2016'. [Full text]
42. 26 January 17FINANCE / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Domain Group issued its Rental and House Price Report for the December Quarter. [Full text]
43. 26 January 17FINANCE / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen said Treasurer Morrison should ask the UK Government about its reforms to negative gearing. [Full text]
44. 26 January 17FINANCE / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Treasurer Scott Morrison announced a UK visit to discuss financing models for affordable housing. [Full text]
45. 26 January 17FINANCE / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
MP Michael Sukkar was sworn in as Assistant Minister to the Treasurer and said he will be looking at the issue of housing affordability. [Full text]
46. 26 January 17VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Victorian Government called for expressions of interest for its Social Housing Pipeline program. [Full text]
47. 26 January 17QUEENSLAND / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Queensland Housing and Public Works issued a summary of consultations for the development of a new housing strategy. [Full text]
48. 26 January 17QUEENSLAND / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Mick de Brenni said that Queensland's public housing services have been rated by clients as the best in Australia in the Productivity Commission's annual national Report on Government Services. [Full text]
49. 26 January 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shadow Minister Mark Parton said the ACT has ranked second worst for the proportion of people with an unmet need for accommodation. [Full text]
50. 26 January 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
PowerHousing Australia said that despite record housing supply there is a growing waiting list for public housing with renters, first home buyers, owner occupiers as well as key workers. [Full text]