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1. 17 September 18TASMANIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Roger Jaensch said roundtable discussions on Stage Two the Tasmanian Government's Affordable Housing Action Plan have started. [Full text]
2. 17 September 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Kairouz announced the Victorian Government is building prefabricated studio units on unoccupied government land in Melbourne's inner west to help meet demand for social housing. [Full text]
3. 17 September 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation opened applications for Affordable Housing Bond Aggregator Loans. [Full text]
4. 17 September 18TASMANIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Roger Jaensch said roundtable discussions on Stage Two the Tasmanian Government's Affordable Housing Action Plan have started. [Full text]
5. 17 September 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Kairouz announced that the Victorian Government is building prefabricated studio units on unoccupied government land in Melbourne's inner west to help meet demand for social housing. [Full text]
6. 17 September 18ECONOMICS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Staff from Queensland University said more flexible housing is needed for 21st-century lifestyles. [Full text]
7. 17 September 18ECONOMICS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Productivity Commission report, 'Rising inequality? A stocktake of the evidence' is online. [Full text]
8. 17 September 18ECONOMICS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Staff from the University of Melbourne and Swinburne University of Technology criticised a recent Productivity Commission report on inequality as it didn't account for rent and mortgage costs. [Full text]
9. 17 September 18TASMANIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Roger Jaensch said roundtable discussions on Stage Two the Tasmanian Government's Affordable Housing Action Plan have started. [Full text]
10. 17 September 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Kairouz announced that the Victorian Government is building prefabricated studio units on unoccupied government land in Melbourne's inner west to help meet demand for social housing. [Full text]
11. 17 September 18ECONOMICS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Staff from Queensland University said more flexible housing is needed for 21st-century lifestyles. [Full text]
12. 17 September 18ECONOMICS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Productivity Commission report, 'Rising inequality? A stocktake of the evidence' is online. [Full text]
13. 17 September 18ECONOMICS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Staff from the University of Melbourne and Swinburne University of Technology criticised a recent Productivity Commission report on inequality as it didn't account for rent and mortgage costs. [Full text]
14. 13 September 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOMELESSNESS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The WA Mental Health Commission invited feedback on the draft WA Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drug Accommodation and Support Strategy 2018-2025 (Accommodation and Support Strategy). [Full text]
15. 13 September 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOMELESSNESS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The WA Government invited feedback for the development of a 10-Year Strategy on Homelessness. [Full text]
16. 13 September 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / TRANSPORT / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shelter WA said it advocates strongly for social and affordable housing to be central to this significant transport and land use project. [Full text]
17. 13 September 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / TRANSPORT / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Ministers Rita Saffioti and Peter Tinley discussed the precincts that will be developed around Perth's METRONET public transport project. [Full text]
18. 13 September 18VICTORIA / EVENTS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Design Futures Council will host an event on alternative development models for affordable housing, to be held in Melbourne on Wednesday 19 September. [Full text]
19. 13 September 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shelter NSW published an analysis of what the National Housing and Homelessness Agreement delivers for NSW. [Full text]
20. 13 September 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
The Local Government Association said it has included affordable housing and homelessness issues as a priority for advocacy at the next federal election. [Full text]
21. 13 September 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Inside Story published an article on whether Finland's approach to eradicating homelessness could work in Australia. [Full text]
22. 13 September 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
The National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation is accepting expressions of interest for its Affordable Housing Bond Aggregator loan. [Full text]
23. 13 September 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The WA Housing Hub commented on the ongoing issue of Commonwealth funding for remote housing in WA. [Full text]
24. 13 September 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shelter NSW analysed what the National Housing and Homelessness Agreement delivers for NSW. [Full text]
25. 13 September 18LOCAL GOVERNMENT / HOMELESSNESS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Local Government Association has included affordable housing and homelessness issues as a priority for advocacy at the next federal election. [Full text]
26. 13 September 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shadow Minister Doug Cameron said 7.30 exposed the Government's failure to tackle housing affordability and supply. [Full text]
27. 10 September 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shelter SA released a critique of the National Affordable Housing and Homelessness Agreement with SA. [Full text]
28. 10 September 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The SA Government outlined changes to rent calculations in the State Budget . [Full text]
29. 10 September 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / REGULATION
The Council to Homeless Persons outlined 10 reasons to support the Residential Tenancies Act Amendment Bill. [Full text]
30. 10 September 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / REGULATION
The Council to Homeless Persons said that reforms to the Residential Tenancies Act will protect vulnerable tenants from eviction into homelessness. [Full text]
31. 10 September 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / REGULATION
Minister Marlene Kairouz said the Victorian Parliament has passed changes to the Residential Tenancies Act. [Full text]
32. 10 September 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shelter SA released a critique of the National Affordable Housing and Homelessness Agreement with SA. [Full text]
33. 10 September 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The SA Government outlined changes to rent calculations in the State Budget . [Full text]
34. 10 September 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / REGULATION
The Council to Homeless Persons outlined 10 reasons to support the Residential Tenancies Act Amendment Bill. [Full text]
35. 10 September 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / REGULATION
The Council to Homeless Persons said that reforms to the Residential Tenancies Act will protect vulnerable tenants from eviction into homelessness. [Full text]
36. 10 September 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / REGULATION
Minister Marlene Kairouz said the Victorian Parliament has passed changes to the Residential Tenancies Act. [Full text]
37. 10 September 18TASMANIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Premier Will Hodgman and Minister Roger Jaensch announced that a Cambridge-based business is the successful tenderer who will construct new housing solutions for young people at risk of homelessness. [Full text]
38. 10 September 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / ENERGY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Senator Tim Storer presented a bill to the Senate to allow landlords to claim a tax offset of up to $2,000 a year for energy efficiency upgrades on rental properties where the rent is $300 a week or less. [Full text]
39. 10 September 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shelter SA released a critique of the National Affordable Housing and Homelessness Agreement with SA. [Full text]
40. 10 September 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The SA Government outlined State Budget Rent Changes. [Full text]
41. 10 September 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / REGULATION
The Council to Homeless Persons outlined 10 reasons to support the Residential Tenancies Act Amendment Bill. [Full text]
42. 10 September 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / REGULATION
The Council to Homeless Persons said that reforms to the Residential Tenancies Act will protect vulnerable tenants from eviction into homelessness. [Full text]
43. 10 September 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / REGULATION
Minister Marlene Kairouz said The Victorian Government has passed changes to the Residential Tenancies. [Full text]
44. 10 September 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Staff from Melbourne University said unused and 'lazy' land needs to put to work to ease the affordable housing crisis in Melbourne. [Full text]
45. 10 September 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Staff from Melbourne and Swinburne Universities discussed how the housing boom has driven rising inequality. [Full text]
46. 10 September 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Compass Housing released 'Affordable Housing Income Gap Report'. [Full text]
47. 6 September 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Minister Michelle Lensink announced cuts to the SA Housing Trust budget and an increase in public housing rents. [Full text]
48. 6 September 18LOCAL GOVERNMENT / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The University of SA and UTS Sydney released 'Housing locally: a report on the Local Government and Housing Linkage Project national survey'. [Full text]
49. 6 September 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Community Housing Industry Association made suggestions on how to ease the transition associated with the wind down of the National Rental Affordability Scheme. [Full text]
50. 6 September 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Compass Housing issued 'The Affordable Housing Income Gap: A new way to measure housing affordability'. [Full text]