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.
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The Australia-wide poll of 1,100 people undertaken last week by Essential Media also found women are more concerned than men when it comes to the issue of affordability.
The report highlights that, with house prices also having risen sharply during the crisis in most of the researched countries, housing affordability pressures are now generally even more acute in 2022 than when COVID first hit.
In this report, the Committee makes sixteen recommendations to improve housing supply and affordability across the country.
A thriving tourist sector requires a well-functioning housing system that can accommodate local workers and communities.
Add your organisation’s details in a letter to Josh Frydenberg to urge more funding to improve housing affordability.
By household type, the strongest growth in new households is expected from lone person households (595,000), followed by couple families without children (488,000), then couple families with children (361,000).
Australia’s ageing housing stock offers a multitude of benefits that will supercharge the emissions reduction.
Climate change will increase housing insecurity and the risk of homelessness, especially for people on low incomes and those experiencing housing stress.
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.
This fifteenth report in BCEC’s Focus on WA series builds on the Centre’s earlier reports into Housing Affordability and finds that housing affordability has improved in Western Australia but this improvement has been uneven.
This year has been particularly devastating for the jobs market. The COVID-19 pandemic and the economic shutdowns required to manage community transmission have resulted in a steep rise in unemployment and underemployment.
Anglicare WA conducts the Rental Affordability Snapshot each year to develop a better understanding of how our rental market is changing and the implications for Western Australians living on low incomes.
It is expected there will be a slow increase in the number of dwelling commencements over 2020-21 and 2021-22.
Housing Industry Forecast Group (HIFG) provides a forecast of dwelling commencements and residential lot availability for WA to assist government and industry in their forward planning. This report covers the period 2019-20 to 2021-22. 15,500 dwelling are forecast to be constructed in 2019-20 (same level as 2018-19). Low level of population growth, combined with high […]
The additional 10% CGT discount will be available to private investors who offer affordable housing to an individual tenant through a community housing provider.