AHURI regularly contributes to public inquiries and submissions that examine a broad range of issues across the housing, homelessness, urban and cities policy arenas. Our submissions provide insight and analysis of our vast evidence-base to answer key questions posed by each inquiry. Submissions are a key means for AHURI contributing to the public policy debate and delivering policy change that will impact on the lives of Australian households.
Only submissions that have been made public by the relevant committee or agency are able to be re-published here. View our recent submissions
Social Impact Investing Discussion Paper
The Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) has a program of research relevant to the Discussion Paper.
Remote Housing Review
The Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) has undertaken a significant body of research relevant to Indigenous housing.
Inquiry into Retirement Housing Sector
AHURI's public submission to the standing committee on economics inquiry into home ownership.
AHURI submission to the Standing Committee on Economics Inquiry into Home Ownership
This submission provides an overview of AHURI research examining home ownership in the Australian housing market, including rates of home ownership and influences on these rates such as drivers of demand.
AHURI submission to the Tax White Paper Task Force
This submission draws the Task Force’s attention to AHURI's evidence-base relating to tax and the housing system.