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This paper outlines the broad scope of research that has been done and could be done to better plan to meet the housing needs and wants of the baby boomer cohort.
The study develops a typology of housing paths, to explore factors shaping possible...
This research charts the key issues facing the governance and management of strata buildings and is the first major study of the strata sector undertaken in Australia.
An estimated three million people live in strata titled homes in Australia. The state of...
This report presents insight into the complexity and multiplicity of place based experiences of social exclusion. The findings are that social exclusion is an inherently context specific entity. Six dimensions of exclusion are defined: neighbourhood; social and civic engagement; access; crime and security; community identity;...
The Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) estimates that energy used in buildings accounts for almost 27 per cent of all energy related greenhouse gas emissions. In moving towards more sustainable urban forms the ability to model how different kinds of urban development might perform in...
This comprehensive national report of the strata and community title sector reveals there are about 2.6 million strata title lots in Australia with an insured value of close to $1 trillion. The report highlights the economic value of the sector to the national economy and...
Weekend reports suggest that an exchange of land tax for stamp duty might be, at last, under genuine government consideration. The potential significance of such a change – one we’ve previously backed – is hard to overstate. Cited in the Sydney Morning Herald, Grattan Institute...
This report reviews the National Rental Affordability Scheme experience and other emerging developments around the institutional financing of rental housing.
Through its profitable exploitation of planning system loopholes on affordable housing obligations, Lendlease has achieved notoriety within UK affordable housing advocacy circles. And just how this came about is a tale with direct implications for Sydney.
This report presents the findings of a research project commissioned by CHIA NSW and Homelessness NSW to provide estimates of the social and affordable housing need for Australia by sub-region and the likely costs to government of delivering housing to meet these needs over the...
This review provides a brief update of developments in social housing policies and national strategies in a cross‐section of developed countries since 2007. The countries included in the review are: Austria, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Netherlands, Scotland, Sweden (described collectively as European countries)...