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This research investigated the causal roots of local opposition to affordable housing projects in Australia. It shows that planning concerns (traffic and built form) can mask prejudice against low-income residents. However community opposition can be exacerbated by dismissive attitudes by government. Developers and government both...
This report presents state and territory findings from the 2010 National Social Housing Survey of public housing and mainstream community housing tenants.
It shows that:
· the majority of tenants are satisfied with the services of their housing provider · about 1 in...
The majority of National Social Housing Survey respondents were either 'satisfied' or 'very satisfied' with living in either public housing or community housing.
In addition, most respondents indicated that the amenity and location of their housing met the needs of their household. These respondents...
This report is an assessment of the progress of the Commonwealth, State and Territory governments towards the six outcomes in the National Affordable Housing Agreement. The agreement is a framework for improving outcomes across the board—for renters and home buyers, for those receiving housing assistance...
This research is investigating how social housing services are provided to Indigenous clients in urban and regional settings.
The primary aim of the study is to better understand how to deliver housing services both to meet housing needs and to contribute to 'closing the...
This study investigates the policy environment and accomplishments of emerging not-for-profit housing developers in Australia.
The core purpose is to understand the current operating environment of these agencies and to identify directions for policy that could enable these or similar organisations to make...