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This research aims to inform the development of a robust framework to assess the service costs and tenant benefits of social rental housing; that is housing made available at below market rents and allocated according to need. In Australia, the need for such a framework has been heightened by the ongoing restructuring of social housing. At its core this involves reducing the dominance of state and territory public housing landlords through the development of a multi provider system in which numerous not-for-profit landlords or community housing providers (CHPs) play a larger role.
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Kraatz, Judy; Zingoni de Baro, Maria Elena; Newman, Peter (2018)The changes occurring in the demographics of those needing access to social and affordable housing in Australia, and the associated impact on housing typologies, is the focus of this report. The aim of the report is to ...
Entries and exits from homelessness: A dynamic analysis of the relationship between structural conditions and individual characteristicsJohnson, G.; Scutella, R.; Tseng, Y.; Wood, Gavin; Guy, J.; Rosanna, S.; Yi-Ping, T.; Gavin, W. (2015)This report examines the relationship between structural factors, individual characteristics and homelessness. Our interest in the interaction of structural conditions and individual characteristics gives rise to two ...
James, Amity; Rowley, Steven; Stone, W.; Parkinson, S.; Spinney, A.; Reynolds, M. (2019)© Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited 2019. This report examined the housing aspirations of older Australians, defined as households over the age of 55. The number of older Australians increased by ...