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This report focuses on the position of low income households including those in employment (i.e. the 'working poor') in the private rental market to better understand the outcomes of the current policy framework on the housing opportunities open to them.
According to the 2001 Census, approximately 61,463 people reside in caravan parks, an increase of about 6,263 people compared to the 1996 ABS Census.
This project concerns one segment of the marginal housing market: the caravan sector. It aims to increase understanding of the extent to which low-income caravan park residents are at risk of homelessness.
This report presents the findings of research that aimed to assess the extent to which the various objectives of tenure diversification policies have been achieved.