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This paper describes the suburban ideal, explains its historical development and compares the Australian suburb with its counterpart in other countries such as the United States and Great Britain.
This research contributes to a better understanding of the market for multigenerational homes in the UK. It analyses the scale and types of multigenerational households currently found in the UK and explores the experiences of British families living in this way.
An explosion in the number of high-rise apartments across our capital cities is dramatically driving up student enrolments, resulting in "jam-packed" public schools. Too many students and not enough classrooms. How did government's get it so wrong?
Reveals that the average Australian family is spending up to $22,000 every year to get around.
Overview The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) commissioned SGS Economics and Planning (SGS) to design and develop the Transport Affordability Index to provide a snapshot of the costs...
The edges of home ownership are usually examined in terms of entry (affordability), sustainability (risk of exit through financial stress), and utility (retirees trading-out for asset-based welfare). However, this research shows there is considerable 'churn' at the edges of home ownership in all age groups....
Energy efficiency should be a key policy response for addressing the impacts of rising energy prices, yet it is largely absent from current political debates about cost of living pressures and energy affordability.
In response to sharp rises in energy prices in...
Is affordable housing a basic right for all Australians like other social goods such as education?
In his new book Accommodating Australians: Commonwealth Government Involvement in Housing Pat Troy answers this question strongly in the affirmative and chronicles a betrayal of this...
This essay argues that real house prices are being pushed up to levels which require buyers to take on large amounts of debt that are repaid later in the life course. As a result Australian home buyers are exposed to higher levels of credit risk...
This working paper examines in depth the responses of over 700 city residents who were asked about their housing and location priorities.
This Positioning Paper is the first output from the research project Homelessness prevention for women and children who have experienced domestic and family violence: Innovations in policy and practice. This project will explore the value and implementation challenges of innovative staying at...