Organisation

Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute

Acronym
AHURI

Items authored

Journal article

15 May 2008

This article focuses on risk-assessment practices in the private rental market, with particular consideration of their impact on low-income renters. It is based on the fieldwork undertaken in the second stage of the research process that followed completion of the Positioning Paper. The key research...

Submission

28 Apr 2008

We appreciate the opportunity to raise issues on housing affordability in Australia and note that your terms of reference raise the following specific issues:

• the taxes and levies imposed by state and territory governments;

• the rate of release of new land...

Reports

13 Mar 2008

Papers and presentations from the 2008 conference are now available online. Issues covered in the conference papers include housing affordability, social housing, the role of housing practitioners, and Indigenous housing.

Please note: this is an archived link and not all PDFs may be available...

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Items published

Report

25 Oct 2018

This research reviews different emerging digital and disruptive technologies in relation to housing. One key conclusion is that the sharing or ‘gig’ economy, with the likes of Airbnb, is already disrupting the housing sector.

Video

16 Aug 2018

Video from the 2018 National Homelessness Conference, presenting the theme ‘Ending homelessness together’.

Conference proceedings

10 Aug 2018

The 2018 National Homelessness Conference, presenting the theme ‘Ending homelessness together’, delivered a wealth of evidence and information on ways to understand, reduce and alleviate homelessness. Over 800 delegates and more than 80 speakers participated across two very full days, exploring the underlying drivers of...

Report

2 Aug 2018

This study focused on the Australian private rental sector including formal rules (policies and regulation); organisations and structures; and informal rules (social norms and practices), and reviewed the sector in ten countries.

Report

19 Jul 2018

This study investigated how low-income renters navigate the private rental sector (PRS) via three core pathways: the formal, informal and supported pathways. It provides practitioners and policy makers with an evidence base on changing practices and ways forward in shaping equitable PRS institutions.

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Items published/produced

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