AHURI POLICY DEVELOPMENT
Important facts and analysis that shape our understanding of housing, homelessness and related urban issues
21 Feb 2017
As high income central city workers can afford to live closer to their workplace, they travel less distance to work than middle or lower income central city workers.
15 Feb 2017
When compared with income in regional areas, the higher paid jobs cluster in Australia’s state and territory capital cities.
7 Feb 2017
Between 2006 and 2011, trains recorded greatest increase in patronage of work commuters, although many more people drove in a private car to work.
30 Jan 2017
AHURI research into a bond aggregator model for affordable housing informs Treasurers’ affordable housing plan
25 Jan 2017
In Australia’s capital cities, the central city area does contain a greater proportion of high income workers than either middle or low income workers, although the vast majority of all jobs are located in the suburbs.
10 Jan 2017
ABS Survey of Income and Housing reveals that households buying their first home are older than they were over a decade ago
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