While we don’t like rent bidding, we’re more than happy to see ‘policy reform bidding’ – parties competing with each other to provide much greater
Bradfield – Sydney’s new 3rd city: green, connected and technologically advanced. But will ordinary people be able to live there?
Can Sydney’s third city live up to the hype? This headline and question posed by the Sydney Morning Herald’s Michael Koziol, caught our eye. We’re
In late December, a package of new data from the NSW Department of Communities & Justice was gifted to the public domain, being social housing
We’ve got good news and bad news. The (relatively) good news is that income inequality in Australia is not too high. And it’s not getting
In mid-December, the NSW Auditor-General released a report into Development Applications processes and timeframes for three local Councils (The Hills Shire, Northern Beaches, and Byron
Shelter NSW, in assisting the Sydney Alliance, made a brief submission to Penrith City Council on its proposed Affordable Housing Contributions Scheme for Glenmore Park
In late November, the Department of Planning & Environment released its Explanation of Intended Effect for proposed changes to the Housing SEPP. These changes include