In conjunction with SGS Economics and Planning, the Brotherhood of St. Laurence, and Community Sector Banking, National Shelter has released the November 2019 Rental Affordability Index. This report was widely publicised and distributed across social media and major news outlets, such
The Parliamentary Friends of Affordable Housing and Reducing Homelessness has now been re-established in the 46th Parliament. Each Parliament needs to refresh or renew its friendship groups and we're pleased this one has been re-established with support from all major
Last week, the CCCLM hosted a national event at the Melbourne Town Hall, focussing on generating social and affordable housing in a bid to end homelessness. Prior to the event, the CCCLMs released a report citing National Shelter’s approach to
National Shelter was pleased to see the release of important reports by Infrastructure Australia and the Productivity Commission, recognising and reflecting positions we have held for some time. It demonstrates that, along with others, National Shelter’s advocacy has an impact and
The National Housing Conference featured several Shelter folk giving presentations including a concurrent session on renting which featured a presentation by Sorcha Walshe from Shelter SA and Patrick Veyret from CHOICE. Read the Full Newsletter Here
National Shelter promotes an end to homelessness by developing the scale of supply of affordable and social housing Australia requires, complemented by the tailored support services people experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness require. Read the Full Newsletter Here
National Shelter has a new look to its website, simplifying and tailoring the website to our core operations and business. The new site features simpler headings under the banners “Advocacy, Research and Reports, Policy, Rental Affordability Index and Shelter Network”.
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Media Release: Hobart Australia’s Most Unaffordable City for Renters; Across the Nation Individuals on Newstart are Struggling
Hobart remains the least affordable city to rent in Australia, followed by Adelaide which has overtaken Sydney as the second least affordable capital city, the latest release of the Rental Affordability Index (RAI) has found. The RAI is an indicator
Media Release: Sydney Rental Affordability Improves but Low-Income Households are Still Struggling; People on Newstart Being Forced out of the City
Rental affordability across Sydney has marginally improved in the past year, bumping the NSW capital to the third least affordable city in Australia behind Hobart and Adelaide. However, people on low to median incomes, including Newstart, are still struggling to
Media Release: Perth Rental Affordability Stabilises but Singles on Newstart and Pensioners are Still Struggling; Affordability in Regional WA has Plateaued
Rental affordability in Perth has stabilised but rents are not affordable across the board and renting in Perth remains unaffordable for lower-income households, including those on Newstart, the latest release of the Rental Affordability Index (RAI) reveals. With a score
Renters on low incomes, including Newstart, are being forced further and further from Melbourne’s city centre to afford accommodation, affecting their ability to find jobs and access services including education, the latest release of the Rental Affordability Index (RAI) has