A new funding model would see large-scale institutional investors finance much-needed social and affordable rental housing.
The strategy’s core mission should be to ensure everyone in Australia has adequate housing. That requires 950,000 social and affordable rental dwellings to be built by 2041, dwarfing current targets.
Why are some of the problems with housing stress and homelessness worse in New South Wales than in other states?
UNSW housing experts weigh in on the policies that could provide relief from the state’s housing crisis.
The recent federal budget neglects the need to reform an ailing system.
While the Productivity Commission’s critique of the national housing agreement is justified, its faith in the market is not. The Albanese government is right to invest in building social housing.
Many low-income households can endure temperatures in their homes close to 40°C during summer and as little as 5°C during winter.
Getting on the priority wait list is so challenging some applicants just give up.
Australian state governments are struggling to meet growing demand for low-cost housing as cost-of-living pressure rises.
UNSW Sydney and ACOSS partnership research shows the impact of the pandemic on long-standing unaffordability, inequality and indebtedness.