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This project examined state government-led innovations in affordable housing through analysis of two state-level strategies and two state-level programs.
Policy-makers have long understood the relationship between housing and the economy through the multiplier effects of housing investment on national income and employment. There has, in contrast, been little regard to the longer term productivity and growth impacts of housing. Housing advocates and policy-makers usually...
This report examines the supply of subsidised affordable housing via the National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS) in Australia and the international approaches of the Low Income Housing Taxation Credit (LIHTC) scheme in the US and the Affordable Rents program in England.
This project is positioned in the context of reforms that have seen the Australian government providing resources to state and territory governments for property and tenancy management in remote Indigenous housing. These reforms form part of the National Partnership Agreement on Remote Indigenous Housing (NPARIH)...
This is the final report of a project that focused on the integration of mental health and drug and alcohol services for homeless people in two states and documented the mechanisms and effectiveness of such linkages.
This research is to undertake a comparative analysis of Indigenous homelessness in the contrasting settings of major cities and regional country town centres.
The research sought to compare the understandings of Indigenous homelessness held by Indigenous homeless people, and those of the providers of...
Resource boom towns in the Pilbara and Goldfield regions of Western Australia and the Bowen Basin region of Queensland have experienced recurring housing shortages and crises. The housing situation has had a negative impact upon these communities in a variety of ways, and in the...
Remote location, inadequate governance procedures and lack of economies of scale undermine the organisational performance of indigenous community housing organisations.
Authors: Karel Eringa, Frederick Spring, Mara West, Martin Anda, Paul Memmott and Stephen Long
For present purposes, we might simply define housing careers as “the sequence of housing circumstances an individual or household occupies over their life (Beer, Faulkner and Gabriel 2006:1). The literature directly addressing Indigenous Australian housing careers is sparse. Contrasting with the paucity of works on...
This report shows that although each state and territory rental support program has similar aims, their operation varies considerably.