UNSW Built Environment’s best minds are seeking solutions to the biggest challenges facing our increasingly urbanised world.
Housing policymaking hasn’t gone smoothly since Tony Abbott sidelined the experts by scrapping the National Housing Supply Council in 2013, write Hal Pawson and Oliver Frankel.
Housing problems are multidimensional and extend well beyond our capital cities, write Chris Martin and Laurence Troy.
Australia’s first Rental Vulnerability Index has revealed renters in regional areas of Queensland are suffering the highest incidence of rent vulnerability.
UNSW-led research has found that Australia's largest non-government affordable housing providers have the capacity to play a bigger role in expanding supply but need more government support.
Duncan Maclennan, the urban economist responsible for overseeing the UK’s largest ‘city deal’ in Glasgow, will discuss the implications of emulating the model in Australia, at a UNSW public lecture this week.
As increasing diversity and density come to characterise our cities, Edgar Liu, Christina Ho and Hazel Easthope ask how we can build harmonious communities within apartment complexes.
UNSW's Chris Pettit is using Opal card data to analyse public transport commuting times to help inform the design of a more liveable Sydney.
An enduring and transparent program of federal funding for operational expenses is essential to sustain the social housing system, write Chris Martin and Hal Pawson.
Leaving housing empty and subsidised by government is both taxation lunacy and a national scandal, write Laurence Troy and Bill Randolph.