The analysis shows families represented half of the unmet housing needs, an over representation given they onlyaccount for approximately 40 per cent of all households.
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Wendy Hayhurst said the meeting celebrated the diversity of community housing.
The Productivity Commission drew on and cited data and information 25 times throughout the report.
This report highlights additional opportunities to build on this partnership enabling government funding to meet a greater proportion of unmet need.
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.
It is clear across jurisdictions both terms may continue to be used interchangeably however Shelter WA has made the decide to align with the CHIA National position and adopt the term ‘CHO’.
National Affordable Housing Alliance members are advocating for the implementation of four initial core policies.
Terms of Reference have been developed, and on Tuesday, 21 December 2021 the Productivity Commission released an Issues Paper to provide guidance for submissions.
The future fund is an important mechanism to address the ongoing decline of Australia’s social housing stock.
The purpose of this Commissioner’s Interpretation Statement is to provide guidance on the application of charity law to housing providers.
Recommendations include that consideration be given to increasing the maximum size of individual grants available under the Capacity Building Program to $75,000.
Shelter WA’s input focussed on parts of the housing system where affordability issues are most acute and supply is most severely constrained.
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.
These reports enhance economic understandings of housing system outcomes that will better inform the policymakers and other housing system stakeholders.
This report analyses the expert opinions of 87 leading economists and other senior housing market specialists on interrelationships between the housing system, economic performance, and wealth distribution in Australia.