The tiny remote community of Santa Teresa spent seven years fighting for compensation for poor public housing. Now that the High Court has ruled in their favour, what does it mean for other renters?
Bypassing planning regulations is likely to have impacts on social inequity and wellbeing that could prove very costly for both governments and people.
A new funding model would see large-scale institutional investors finance much-needed social and affordable rental housing.
Non-metropolitan areas need long-term planning if they’re to accommodate more people.
Fewer young people have the means to buy their first home, but is there a way to shortcut a failing system?
Our largest cities are central to achieving sustainability in a time of climate change. The federal government has begun to act on the need for coherent urban policies.
COVID turbo-charged Australia’s existing housing problems, but policy solutions are available, says a new report.
UNSW housing experts weigh in on the policies that could provide relief from the state’s housing crisis.
There is more nuance in the city-regions property price relationship than you might expect.
Modelling predicts that younger adults are more likely to feel the burden of housing costs.