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Peter Phibbs

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University of Sydney

Peter Phibbs is a geographer, planner and social economist with extensive experience in program evaluation, financial analysis and cost benefit analysis. He has undertaken economic and financial appraisals of a diverse range of projects including numerous housing programs and projects.
Peter has over twenty years experience undertaking housing research. Currently he is the Chair of Urban and Regional Planning and Policy at the University of Sydney and also Director of the Henry Halloran Trust at the same University.
 


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16 Feb 2005

Commonwealth and state governments spend very large amounts of money on housing assistance. The housing or shelter impacts of these interventions are reasonably well understood. But, given the capacity of housing to affect many other elements of people's lives, what are the non-shelter outcomes...

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12 Aug 2004

This report presents the findings of research into the experience of non-government not-for-profit organisations that have undertaken the development of their own social and affordable housing projects across Australia.

The broad purpose of the research is to support the...

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22 Jul 2003

Both Commonwealth and state governments are committed to growing the community housing sector as an independent, complementary social housing system. This will require new investment, new partnerships and an increased capacity to manage more flexibly. A major obstacle to these objectives is the...

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19 May 2003

What approaches are currently being pursued in Australia by community housing providers as lead agencies to strengthen communities? This is the primary research question this project examines. In doing this it aims to provide a better basis for understanding the contribution that community...

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15 Apr 2003

Three previous AHURI reports have clearly established that housing affordability problems have intensified significantly in Australia over the past 15 years; the bottom end of the rental housing market is failing abjectly in meeting rising demand; existing housing subsidies are inadequate to...

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