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1. 14 June 18TASMANIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Guy Barnett said Tasmania is one of only three jurisdictions to see a rise in numbers of housing finance commitments compared to the same time last year, according to ABS figures. [Full text]
2. 14 June 18TASMANIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Roger Jaensch announced the Housing Land Supply Bill 2018 to provide a more direct and efficient process for rezoning parcels of Crown land for housing. [Full text]
3. 14 June 18TASMANIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Treasurer Peter Gutwein said the Tasmanian Budget introduces a 50 per cent stamp duty discount for seniors downsizing and a 50 per cent stamp duty holiday for first home buyers for homes up to $400,000. [Full text]
4. 14 June 18QUEENSLAND / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Q Shelter said that social and affordable housing should be part of the record Budget increase in infrastructure spending. [Full text]
5. 11 June 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shelter SA said the majority of people accessing services were struggling to afford rents, maintain tenancies or access safe, affordable homes. [Full text]
6. 7 June 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / REGULATION
Minister Richard Wynne announced new regulations to better define 'affordable housing' and make it easier for Councils and developers to negotiate voluntary agreements to include affordable homes in residential developments. [Full text]
7. 7 June 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Council to Homeless Persons said the report revealed that 82,499 Victorians are waiting for social housing. [Full text]
8. 7 June 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Victorian Parliament tabled 'Final report - Inquiry into the Public Housing Renewal Program'. [Full text]
9. 7 June 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
The UDIA welcomed the ACT Government's abolition of stamp duty for first home buyers with an income below $160,000. [Full text]
10. 7 June 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Minister Yvette Berry outlined ACT Budget measures that address affordable housing and homelessness. [Full text]
11. 7 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shelter NSW issued an update on housing in the Commonwealth Budget. [Full text]
12. 7 June 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / PLANNING
The Planning Institute said planning is part of the solution to housing affordability. [Full text]
13. 7 June 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shadow Minister Doug Cameron said Budget Estimates have revealed the Government has delivered no relief to first home buyers or rising numbers of Australians experiencing rental stress and homelessness. [Full text]
14. 4 June 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The WA Housing Hub said rents remain unaffordable for people on low incomes in Perth, despite a continued record improving trend in affordability, according to the May Rental Affordability Index. [Full text]
15. 4 June 18QUEENSLAND / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / INDIGENOUS
Minister Mark Bailey said the Federal Government has told Queensland that after 30 June there will be no Commonwealth remote indigenous housing funding and the National Partnership on Remote Indigenous Housing will end. [Full text]
16. 4 June 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The ACT Government said to help make sure affordable homes go to people most in need, applicants must meet new eligibility criteria and register interest on the Affordable Home Purchase database. [Full text]
17. 4 June 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Presentation slides are also online. [Full text]
18. 4 June 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING
AHURI has put keynote presentations from the 'Ready for growth: Affordable housing supply solutions' conference online. [Full text]
19. 31 May 18QUEENSLAND / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Q Shelter released 'Opening Doors - Finding and Keeping Housing in the Private Rental Market'. [Full text]
20. 31 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Q Shelter and the NSW Federation of Housing Associations launched 'Creating Sustainable Tenancies for Tenants with Complex Needs' toolkit. [Full text]
21. 31 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING
PowerHousing Australia said foreign investment in new residential real estate has underpinned growth in supply to record levels and has created new dwelling delivery which has put a lid on house prices. [Full text]
22. 31 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING
AHURI released papers on an 'Inquiry into increasing affordable housing supply: Evidence-based principles and strategies for Australian policy and practice'. [Full text]
23. 31 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Greens said there needs to be a universal scheme for housing, in the same way that there is for education and healthcare. [Full text]
24. 31 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shadow Minister Doug Cameron addressed the AHURI Affordable Housing Supply Solutions Conference. [Full text]
25. 28 May 18TASMANIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Staff from the University of Tasmania said Councils' help with affordable housing in Tasmania shows how local government can make a difference. [Full text]
26. 28 May 18ECONOMICS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shadow Minister Doug Cameron said the report shows that many people who access the Salvation Army's Emergency Relief services are experiencing housing stress. [Full text]
27. 28 May 18ECONOMICS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
The Salvation Army released 'Feeling the Pinch', key findings from its National Economic and Social Impact Survey. [Full text]
28. 24 May 18TASMANIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Roger Jaensch said the Tasmanian Government is progressing all agreed outcomes from the March housing summit with solutions for every Tasmanian to access to housing they can afford. [Full text]
29. 24 May 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shelter SA said until policy levers are right, the gap between what's affordable and the price of renting is too big to bridge for people on low incomes. [Full text]
30. 24 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shelter NSW said Sydney is Australia's second most unaffordable city but there is no relief for low income households. [Full text]
31. 24 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Staff from UNSW said the Federal Budget fails 1.5 million households living in unaffordable rental housing or homeless, despite the need for Commonwealth leadership on affordable housing policy. [Full text]
32. 24 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Ben Phillips from ANU said although house prices have risen substantially over recent decades, housing costs as a share of income have barely shifted in over 20 years. [Full text]
33. 24 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING
National Shelter, Community Sector Banking, Brotherhood St Laurence and SGS released the Rental Affordability Index. [Full text]
34. 21 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shelter WA welcomed the WA State Government's urban infill project, 'The Precincts,' more information is needed on how the project will increase social and affordable housing supply. [Full text]
35. 21 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shelter WA released a WA State Budget analysis focusing on affordable housing and ending homelessness. [Full text]
36. 17 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The City of Melbourne said the development will incorporate $70 million worth of community facilities for City North, with the population of this precinct predicted to increase by 22,000 by 2040. [Full text]
37. 17 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shadow Minister David Southwick said that under Labor, there has been up to a $5,000 increase in the cost of building a home due to regulatory issues causing shortages in bringing raw materials to market. [Full text]
38. 17 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Wynne announced planning approvals for the Munro site that sits within Queen Victoria Market precinct. [Full text]
39. 17 May 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Gerry McCarthy said over $37 million in work under the NT Government's public housing stimulus is underway or completed. [Full text]
40. 17 May 18NEW SOUTH WALES / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shelter NSW released its Submission on the Ivanhoe Masterplan. [Full text]
41. 17 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
The Community Housing Industry Association said the Government's Budget has let the momentum slide on affordable housing. [Full text]
42. 17 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
AHURI released 'Inquiry into social impact investment for housing and homelessness outcomes'. [Full text]
43. 17 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shadow Minister Doug Cameron said the Monitor confirmed action is needed to address housing affordability and homelessness. [Full text]
44. 17 May 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Launch Housing released the 'Australian Homelessness Monitor'. [Full text]
45. 14 May 18TASMANIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Ministers Roger Jaensch and Jacquie Petrusma said the new Department for Human Services, Housing, Disability Services, Community Development and Sport and Recreation will be named the Department of Communities Tasmania. [Full text]
46. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / TRANSPORT / INDUSTRY
Premier McGowan and Minister Peter Tinley said the State Government, in partnership with local industry, will invest $394 million in social and affordable housing projects to complement METRONET. [Full text]
47. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shelter WA said the WA Government's Social and Affordable Housing Package does not go far enough. [Full text]
48. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Real Estate Institute welcomed the WA Government's decision not to increase property taxes in the WA Budget but said it includes no new initiatives to address housing affordability or reinvigorate the property sector. [Full text]
49. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The WA Council of Social Service said the release of the Federal Budget will increase pressure on the State Budget to address the needs of households facing hardship. [Full text]
50. 14 May 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / INDIGENOUS
Shelter SA said that Commonwealth and State Governments should look at providing suitable and appropriate housing for Aboriginal people first and foremost, in its critique of Closing the Gap. [Full text]