Bellingen and Nambucca Affordable Housing Action Group Researchers involved with the ARC Linkage Project ‘Local Government and Housing for Australian in the 21st Century’ were invited by the Bellingen and Nambucca Affordable Housing Action Group, to attend the Affordable Housing Local Solutions Forum. Chief Investigator John Martin and PhD Student Laura Hodgson made the journey … More Affordable Housing Local Solutions Forum
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In a bid to quell community anger about overcrowding, all Sydney councils can now ask to be exempt from new building codes that make it easier for homes to be subdivided. See full story here
Abstract: Australian holiday homes: Places of escape and sites of investment This chapter examines Australian second homes (typically called ‘holiday homes’) within a comparative historical framework exploring growing overlaps between private leisure consumption and investments within land, housing and commercial holiday markets. Early second homes developments were typically informal structures in unregulated environments. Second home … More New Publication By Chris Paris
A pilot program designed to assist women to find independent shared accommodation on the Sunshine Coast. See more at bettertogetherhousing.com.au
“Cathy has challenged National Party members to work with their Liberal colleagues on developing a housing strategy for rural and regional Australia that addresses real and significant problems that exist across the country.” See the full story here.
The Railway Lands project located in Mount Gambier, South Australia, and developed by the City of Mount Gambier has won the “From Plan to Place” category at the Planning Institute of Australia awards. Project PhD student Jessica Porter was instrumental in the development and preparation of the submission and our warmest congratulations go to her … More Congratulations to Jessica Porter
Presentation at the Moonee Valley Workshop by PhD student Laura Hodgson View the presentation here
Presentation at the Moonee Valley Workshop by PhD student Jessica Porter. View the presentation here