This document provides information on the recently released district plans for Greater Sydney. Thees plans will be a major influence on the future shape of Sydney - particularly housing. This document outlines the kind of areas and issues that you might want to provide feedback on.
Currently you have an opportunity to influence the shape of cities and towns across the state. This information sheet explains how - and why your participation is important. Indeed, without your input there’s a risk that affordable housing won’t be a meaningful part of these plans.
A number of public housing estates have been redeveloped in NSW in the past decades, others are in the middle of redevelopment projects right now. The NSW Government’s recently released strategy, Future Directions for Social Housing in NSW, suggests that there will be a lot more in the next ten to twenty years.
First published 6 May 2012. Last updated November, 2016
A quick guide to NSW housing facts and figures — covering housing stress, home purchase, private rental, social housing and homelessness.
A quick guide to Australian housing facts and figures — covering housing stress, home purchase, private rental, social housing and homelessness.
National Shelter has joined with Homelessness Australia (HA), the Community Housing Industry Associations (CHIA) and the Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) to call for parties in this 2016 federal election to commit to a coherent national strategy to deliver more affordable housing and end homelessness
The following five reforms are our top priorities for inclusion in this national plan
This short document summarise the 5 reforms called for in the Vote Home campaign for the 2016 federal election
A Federal election is to be held on July 2. Issues around housing affordability have become key issues for the first time in many years.
This guide is aimed at helping you prepare a factsheet on housing issues for electorates in New South Wales
18 Mat, 2016
This factsheet provides information on the housing situation in the federal electorate of Page, which covers the local government areas of Ballina (part), Clarence Valley, Coffs Harbour (part), Kyogle, Lismore and Richmond Valley.
18 May, 2016
This factsheet provides information on the housing situation in the federal electorate of Lindsay, which covers the local government area of Penrith. (Two small segments of Penrith are outside Lindsay.)