The Commonwealth Government released an exposure draft of a Homelessness Bill 2012 on June 5, and is seeking feedback by August 3. The draft legislation sets out a definition of homelessness, service delivery outcomes and strategies to reduce homelessness. It also specifies that the Commonwealth’s ‘aspiration’ is that all Australians have access to adequate housing. Increasing the supply of affordable housing is listed as one of the strategies to reduce homelessness. The proposed legislation will replace the Commonwealth Supported Accommodation Assistance Act 1994. Read the exposure draft of the Homelessness Bill.
Exposure draft of Commonwealth Homelessness Bill released
ShelterSA2019-01-24T14:48:54+10:00June 6th, 2012|Meeting Housing Needs, News, News|