Newsletters

1 June 2010

June 2010

  • The Henry review and housing – two steps forward and two steps back    
  • Inside the state Budget    
  • The federal Budget and the post-stimulus world   
  • Rough justice from the Consumer, Trader and Tenancy Tribunal    
  • A better lease on life    
  • Renting: not just a stepping stone    
  • Housing issues for ex-prisoners    
  • The law of averages does not apply   
1 March 2010

March 2010

  • At risk: single, female and ageing    
  • Disinvestment and the big lie    
  • Reform and rejuvenation of the NSW housing co-op sector    
  • Consumer voices and making a difference!    
  • Housing choices for older people on low incomes    
  • Supply: the elephant in the room    
  • Five years later – the legacy of Harvey Volke lives on!    
  • Leaving domestic violence    
  • Shelter NSW conference on ‘Estates in the balance’  
1 December 2009

December 2009

  • The draft Residential Tenancies Bill 2009    
  • Project 40 and combating homelessness in the Nepean    
  • Parliamentary Inquiry into Homelessness and Low-cost Rental Accommodation   
  • National Shelter’s policy platform launched    
  • Some taxing challenges for the Henry review    
  • Common Ground    
  • Nineteenth nervous breakdown: changes to Aboriginal Housing Office rents    
  • The power of SIX    
  • Environmental sustainability and reframing housing affordability    
1 September 2009

September 2009

  • Social housing construction funding cut by $750 million    
  • Community housing providers to get government-owned dwellings    
  • Affordable housing SEPP: the one that got away    
  • Can community housing be more than a franchise?    
  • Finding a place of our own   
  • Rent It Keep It: test it   
  • NSW homelessness plans aplenty    
  • State Budget 2009–10    
  • Design, dollars, deadlines and social housing