Housing that includes features such as wheelchair access ramp, grab rails and other adjustments that enable use by people either with a disability or to assist in transitioning through their life stages.
This includes all forms of transport that require physical activity for movement, including cycling, walking and other non-motorised forms.
Housing offered at a below market price, whether this be rent (e.g. public housing, community housing, private rental housing) or home ownership. Affordable housing is targeted at very low-to moderate-income households and is priced to be affordable to them. Usually this means that housing costs should not exceed 30 per cent of gross household income.
The clustering of business activities, skilled labour and the resulting knowledge ‘spillovers’ which occur in cities and particular locations within them is referred to urban agglomeration.
Asset means test
A compilation of all business assets including details on assets such as location, condition, and owner. The purpose of an asset register is to understand the status, procurement date, location, price, depreciation, and current value of each asset.
At risk of homelessness
A person experiencing housing instability or exposed to several individual or structural risk factors, including low-income, mental ill-health or housing unaffordability, that may cause homelessness.