Public housing

27 April 2017

Housing affordability for the most disadvantaged Australians won't be fixed by a government-backed bank, or 'bond aggregator', according to new research by the Centre for Independent Studies.

21 April 2017

This study is a survey of residents in the newly created community of Waimahia Inlet in South Auckland, New Zealand. The overall objective of the research is to determine if quality of life has...

12 April 2017

This report presents a national summary of the results of the 2016 National Social Housing Survey, and reports findings from public housing, community housing and state owned and managed...

Research report
28 March 2017

This study investigated what was required to create successful non-profit housing providers through public housing transfers in the UK and the roles that policies played in the process. The review...

21 March 2017

A promising federal government homelessness strategy dissipated for lack of funding and political will, writes Lesley Russell.

16 March 2017

Co-operative housing associations could go a long way towards alleviating New Zealand's housing shortfall, but there has to be a change in thinking - away from private developers. This article by ...

16 March 2017

This cost benefit analysis found that it is cheaper to provide last resort housing to homeless people than to leave them 'sleeping rough.'

3 March 2017

Homes for Victorians is the Victorian government’s response to the housing affordability crisis in Victoria.

1 March 2017

Outlines research undertaken to gain insights into the mental health and wellbeing of Airds residents in South-Western Sydney during a time of housing renewal from predominantly social housing, to...

30 January 2017

This factsheet outlines the concept of a bond aggregator and how it could work in Australia.