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New directions in planning for affordable housing: Australian and international evidence and implications

15 Jul 2008
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This research examines this international practice in planning for housing affordability in general and affordable housing in particular using examples from the United Kingdom and the United States, as well as Ireland, Canada and the Netherlands.This research examines this international practice in planning for housing affordability in general and affordable housing in particular. The report reviews examples from the United Kingdom and the United States, as well as Ireland, Canada and the Netherlands. The research emphasis is on understanding the ways in which the planning system is used to support affordable housing objectives in each of these nations, and on the potential to learn from and transfer this experience to the Australian context. The authors of this report are: Nicole Gurran, Vivienne Milligan, Douglas Baker, Laura Beth Bugg and Sharon Christensen.

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2008
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