In the media

Homelessness spending tops $817 million

January 23, 2018 0

Nearly 300,000 Australians received support from homelessness services in the past financial year, with government spending in the sector topping $817 million. Almost one in three of Australians in need of shelter who reach out […]

In the media

Housing commission tenants running riot

January 22, 2018 0

Shocking CCTV has revealed the frightening extent to which tenants at Australia’s most dangerous housing commission blocks are running riot. In the dramatic footage, obtained by Channel Nine’s A Current Affair, a shirtless man can be […]

Why won’t the homeless just go away, really?
In the media

Why won’t the homeless just go away, really?

January 21, 2018 0

One cannot escape the unending updates of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding in May. So, a Conservative councillor, Simon Dudley, really put his foot in it when he called on police to remove the ‘epidemic’ of rough […]

Featured

A blueprint for British housing in 2028

January 21, 2018 0

Imagine this: in two years, riots force the government to transform planning, design and building – and make Britain a world leader in housing. A utopian dream? It’s not as unlikely as you think. It […]

In the media

Government seeks North Shore build partner

January 20, 2018 0

Home builder partners keen to be involved in major government housing projects in Auckland are being sought for five superlots of land totalling 1.58ha in Northcote, on the North Shore. Stage 1 of the government’s […]

Editorial

HousingWORKS March 2018: Vox Pop Call for Contributions

January 19, 2018 0

The Australasian Housing Institute is preparing the March edition of HousingWORKS journal. The Vox Pop question of the edition is Are we getting better at servicing the housing needs of Aboriginal people and communities, what’s changed […]