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This report aims to provide relevant information to assist policy-makers in addressing accesss to affordable housing in the private rental market.
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.
The research sought to measure whether lower income households are able to access housing which is ‘affordable’ based on weekly rent of no more than 30 per cent of gross household income and ‘available’ referring to the extent to which affordable dwellings are in fact...
Gentrification raises concerns about segregation, social mix and sustainability issues for Australian cities. This report examines the process and its impact.
The report looks at three main questions:
How much gentrification has actually taken place over the last decade and how...
This study aims to bring the role of population mobility into contemporary academic understandings of socio-spatial polarisation. The term, ‘socio-spatial polarisation’ refers broadly to the growing gap between rich and poor households in both socio-economic position (‘socio’) and geographic location (‘spatial’). While an extensive literature...
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...
Judith Yates, Maryann Wulff and Margaret Reynolds analyse 2001 census data to determine the mismatch (or otherwise) between the supply of and the need for low rent housing.