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Between 2001 and 2006, Australia’s private rental sector grew by 11 per cent bringing the total number of private renter dwellings to 1.47 million.
This study represents a first step in establishing a qualitative understanding of the ways in which planning regulation has impacted on housing developments across 15 local jurisdictions in three Australian states.
The findings confirm that planning system complexity and ambiguity is associated with significant...
This study investigates the applicability of home ownership to Indigenous people living on communal title lands.
The research examines the capacity for Indigenous people to enter this tenure, and whether there is an aspiration to do so. A central theme is also the meaning...
Indigenous clients who receive support through Tenant Support Programs sustain their tenancies, are linked to external support programs to meet their non-housing needs and avoid homelessness.
Authors: Paul Flatau, Anne Coleman, Paul Memmott, Jo Baulderstone and Michele Slatter.
Image: 'Redfern listens', Sidkid...
If governments are interested in pursuing more demand driven approaches to housing in indigenous communities, policy-makers need better information about indigenous people's perceptions of home ownership.
The study examined the meaning of home ownership for Indigenous people through a survey of 86 Indigenous Australians...
This report describes and reviews all known mainstream and Indigenous-specific specialist tenant support programs operating around Australia.
The project seeks to determine the factors influencing the take up of reverse mortgage products and services within the context of overall demand.
This research project focuses on provision of a comprehensive appraisal of reverse mortgages as they pertain to ‘ageing in place’ and...
The biggest beneficiaries of tax concessions on owner-occupied residences are the wealthiest in the community, according to this report.
The report finds that the tax system provides indirect assistance to owner-occupiers worth about $45 billion annually. Most of this ($30 billion) is due...
This positioning paper provides the empirical update from 2001 to 2006 on the need for, and supply of, low rent stock in the private rental market.
It addresses the following questions:
1. Within the private rental sector, what has happened to household incomes...
This positioning paper addresses a number of key questions relating to the sustainability of Australian households. It explores:
1. What are household waste/water/energy attitudes and practices?
2. How waste/water/energy attitudes and practices have changed over time.
3. What factors have driven changes...