Interim R-Codes

Aimed at supporting the residential building industry, local governments, and homeowners by simplifying clauses and streamlining approval processes for low to medium density housing projects.

Inside Housing – Shelter WA Newsletter. 9 April 2021

The fortnightly E Newsletter from Shelter WA – Inside Housing.

Rental Crisis – A Local Government Response

Shelter WA congratulates the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River for their proactive approach to addressing rental affordability issues.

National Regulatory System for Community Housing

The NRSCH review report sets out the issues raised by stakeholders and reform options. Potential reforms were assessed against a range of measures to identify a sensible and actionable reform implementation pathway.

Rental Roundtable

Shelter WA, in partnership with the Real Estate Institute of Western Australia, hosted an Emergency Roundtable to discuss the impact of the ending of the moratorium on people in the private rental market.

Don’t Close the Door – Save Homelessness Services!

If this payment does not continue, there will be a loss of $8M per year to homelessness services across Western Australia.

“Moving On” Rental survey sheds light on the rental market

More than one third of national renters (38 per cent) reported the COVID pandemic impacted their tenancy, despite the protections put in place during COVID by the WA Government.

Community Dinners

Fill your tummy with good food, your heart with warmth and your mind with happiness by joining your community for a free, family-friendly dinner.

Email Format Change

Our current Shelter WA email addresses still work but you will notice a format change moving forward.

The study of the health needs of older women experiencing homelessness

The combined view is that secure and long-term housing and ongoing support is fundamental to addressing the health needs of older homeless women.

Referral pathways for the ending of the moratorium

Referral pathways for the ending of the moratorium on rent rises and evictions.

Stretched services bracing for impact with the ending of the rental moratorium

Shelter WA congratulates Minister John Carey MLA on his appointment, and we look forward to working closely with him.

Inside Housing – Shelter WA Newsletter. 26 March 2021

The fortnightly E Newsletter from Shelter WA – Inside Housing.

Federal Homelessness Funding must not be reduced

Homelessness Australia in partnership with National Shelter and other peaks is undertaking advocacy at a national level for retention of this payment through the Don’t Close the Door/ERO cuts to homelessness services campaign.

Office Space Available

Claisebrook Lotteries House is soon to have office space available.

PILLAR Funding Continues

Perth Inner City Youth Service’s (PICYS) PILLAR program has secured extended funding through to the end of June 2022, at a scaled up COVID-19 response capacity.