Organisation

Henry Halloran Trust

Briefing paper

Housing affordability in Australia and the UK: common problems and common solutions

This paper examines housing affordability in the UK and Australia, providing historical context, and arguing that there is no silver bullet for housing policy.
Working paper

Intersections of stigma, social capital and community engagement in the suburbs: a social network analysis

This paper looks at place-based stigma within communities by mapping social networks and relationships within sub-sections of a disadvantaged urban Tasmanian community. This provides a unique lens for understanding disadvantaged urban places, particularly when laying the foundation for community development strategies to address disadvantage and...
Working paper

Residential involvement in urban development in Sydney: the new politics of the city

This study explores a new approach to community involvement in planning that responds to contemporary critiques of participatory planning.We conclude the report by providing an alternate pathway that might create more meaningful community participation in the planning and development of the city.
Audio

The schools squeeze: how the apartment boom is overcrowding classrooms

An explosion in the number of high-rise apartments across our capital cities is dramatically driving up student enrolments, resulting in "jam-packed" public schools. Too many students and not enough classrooms. How did government's get it so wrong?
Video

Inclusionary zoning in New York and Sydney

Henry Halloran Trust director Prof. Peter Phibbs recently visited New York city where he compared how the issues of housing affordability we face in Sydney are dealt with in America's most populous city. The trust has released a video documenting Prof. Phibb's account of the...