Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute
Our mission is to inform and impact better housing, homelessness, cities and related urban outcomes, through the delivery and dissemination of relevant and authoritative research.
AHURI’s team of housing and urban research professionals are the experts in delivering customised research solutions for clients across government, private and community sectors.
Latest news and analysis
New AHURI research has revealed today that more households with higher incomes are renting and the shortage of private rental homes that are affordable for very low income households has worsened.
AHURI’s in-house consulting team, AHURI Professional Services, in partnership with the Social Policy Research Centre (SPRC), University of New South Wales, is undertaking evaluation of the NSW Government’s Together Home Program.
A person’s gender has a real impact on their ability to find safe, affordable housing. New AHURI research highlights that policy makers and support services need to develop secure and accurate data collection and collation practices in order to improve outcomes.
9 May 2024
Wesley Conference Centre, 220 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000
The build, operation and demolition of Australian homes contribute significantly to Australia’s embodied carbon emissions, which will continue to grow as more homes are built. In the face of the climate crisis and the housing affordability crisis, a shift to circular economy housing is urgently needed and requires multi-directional effort.
Tuesday 13 August - Wednesday 14 August 2024
Adelaide Convention Centre
Registration has not opened.
Our biennial Australian Homelessness Conference brings together the Australian homelessness sector to build on policy and practice to end homelessness at a national, state and local level. The program will feature the latest research and best practices in homelessness service provision.