Inside Housing – Shelter WA Newsletter. 6 November 2020

The fortnightly E Newsletter from Shelter WA – Inside Housing.

Disconnection Moratorium

The Department of Health sought to gain a better understanding of the potential impacts on and opinions of industry, local government, other government agencies and members of the public associated with the management of public health risks in lodging houses.

Lodging House Review

The Department of Health sought to gain a better understanding of the potential impacts on and opinions of industry, local government, other government agencies and members of the public associated with the management of public health risks in lodging houses.

Indigo Junction A/CEO

Shelter WA congratulates Sharon on her appointment and we acknowledge the enormous contribution of Adele Stewart, the outgoing CEO.

Co-Ownership Manual

Mortgage Mates has released a co-ownership manual to support people interested in understanding the home ownership process for co-owners.

Introducing Liz Lennon

Liz has worked for over 30 years in WA and Ireland on social justice, community development, regional development, arts development, and housing and homelessness issues.

Infrastructure WA External Reference Group Meeting

Infrastructure WA held the first meeting of their External Stakeholders Reference Group.

Wave of Homelessness

This letter appeared in The West Australian on Thursday, 5 November. It is written by Michelle Mackenzie, the CEO of Shelter WA.

Census Engagement Managers

If you have strong engagement and communication skills, and are passionate about giving those experiencing homelessness a voice then the ABS is recruiting now.

Rental Affordability Index Case Studies

National Shelter, Bendigo Bank, the Brotherhood of St Laurence, and SGS Economics and Planning will be releasing the Rental Affordability Index in December 2020.

Shelter WA AGM 2020

The Executive Officer of National Shelter Adrian Pisarski was the special guest speaker this year. In his Zoom presentation he announced the formation of “a historic coalition of community organisations” who are coming together to push for an investment in social housing.

NHFIC: Capacity Grants Extension

The National Housing Finance Investment Corporation (NHFIC) has extended its capacity grant program for a further twelve months.

Aged Care Services

The Commonwealth Department of Health has invited Shelter WA to participate in a review of aged care services for older people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Inside Housing – Shelter WA Newsletter. 23 October 2020

The fortnightly E Newsletter from Shelter WA – Inside Housing.

Lisa is on the move

Lisa has made a significant contribution to Shelter WA over the last two years.

Policy in the Pub: Housing and the Western Australian Economy

Join Cath Hart, Executive Director of HIA WA, to discuss the role of housing in economic recovery, the impacts of policy changes and the outlook for the Western Australian housing sector and economy.