Foundations for a Stronger Tomorrow will provide a long-term infrastructure outlook from which government and the private sector can plan and work for decades to come.
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There are seven recommendations in the report, ranging from government policy changes to unlock the value of community housing to project structures and delivery methods.
Findings should give the government confidence the majority support increased security and stability for tenants in the WA rental market.
The report calls for a shift away from crisis responses towards deeper, structural change.
New ideas will be explored between housing, health and homelessness during a series of expert discussion events and workshops as part of Homelessness Week 2022.
To say that housing in Australia is broken is an understatement. It is in meltdown, and we won’t be able to truly fix it until we redesign our housing policies.
The data reiterates the need for ongoing and significant co-investment by state and federal governments to increase the stock of social and affordable housing.
It clearly demonstrates the underlying business case for greater investment in affordable, public and social housing.
Shelter WA urges all delegates to support the motions that address the growing and evolving housing affordability challenges across Australian rural, regional, and metropolitan communities.
This research project focused on alternative models with the potential to meet the needs of older Australians.
The research forms a larger project being funded by several housing organisations including CHIA, Everybody’s Home and Shelter NSW.
In recent years Infrastructure Australia has broadened its focus to social infrastructure, including social and affordable housing.
Concepts for four local projects were profiled at the forum, including densification of an existing social housing precinct.
Infrastructure Australia have released their inaugural Regional Strengths and Infrastructure Gaps report.
This framework identifies key liveability and accessibility elements.
Homelessness is a complex problem. If we are to end it, we need to understand and engage all levers available to us.