Establishing a National Framework for Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning

Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning will increase the supply of social and affordable housing for the rising number of Australians experiencing rental stress and housing scarcity.

Housing Boost Aggregator

The Housing Boost Aggregator is a proposal to overcome the funding gap by separating what Community Housing Organisations, can safely borrow from the costs they cannot.

Understanding discrimination effects in private rental housing

Informal tenants have few renter’s rights and those in share-housing can also face discrimination by other tenants, including via little-regulated digital technologies.

‘Developer Contributions: How should we pay for new local infrastructure?’

Developer contributions for local infrastructure are inconsistent, lack transparency and have broadened in scope, adding more to the cost of new homes and potentially impeding new housing supply, according to the paper.

Meeting Social Housing Need a Tipping Point for Federal Intervention

States fail to meet the required level of provision in the face of existing and future demand for social housing.

Why Aboriginal homelessness needs a cultural approach

As Australia’s most marginalised group and one of the most poverty-stricken First Nations peoples worldwide, the housing market continues to leave Aboriginal Australia out in the cold (figuratively and literally).

Exiting prison with complex support needs: the role of housing assistance

Post-release housing assistance is a potentially powerful lever in arresting the imprisonment–homelessness cycle.

HOME Lived Experience Co-design Toolkit and Framework Launch

The project released two significant pieces of work for the sector, a Lived Experience Engagement Framework, and a Lived Experience Co-Design Toolkit. Both were launched during Homelessness Week 2021.

The state of social housing in Western Australia

The project released two significant pieces of work for the sector, a Lived Experience Engagement Framework, and a Lived Experience Co-Design Toolkit. Both were launched during Homelessness Week 2021.

Ending Homelessness in Western Australia 2021 Report

This Ending Homelessness in Western Australia 2021 report builds on CSI UWA’s previous work by presenting an analysis of homelessness in Western Australia.

Leaving rehab: enhancing transitions into stable housing

This research presents policy and practice recommendations to enhance the coordination of housing, health and social care supports for individuals leaving residential treatment for mental health or substance use problems.

Evaluation and learning in public housing urban renewal

The report undertaken by researchers from Swinburne University of Technology, University of New South Wales and Monash University analyses how evaluation of public housing renewal is informing policy development and delivery to maximise financial returns and socio-economic outcomes.

Nowhere To Go

Stable housing is critical for women to build a safe life, as it promotes both safety and wellbeing, including for children.

Housing our Community

This report by the Urban Development Institute of Western Australia (UDIA) WA has revealed that Perth is projected to have demand outstrip supply within the next three years.

Delivering More Affordable Housing: An Innovative Solution

This paper focuses on harnessing the contributions from different stakeholders – federal and state governments, institutional investors and community housing providers (CHPs) – bringing together the most efficient financing mix to drive more housing supply.

Housing Assistance in Australia

In 2019–20, just over 800,000 Australians lived in social housing in over 436,000 dwellings across the country.