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Research in progress

Explore our current research projects underway, examining a range of contemporary housing and urban policy questions. Current research priorities are determined in consultation with state/territory and federal government officials, industry and non-government experts.

Drivers and outcomes of public housing relocation

Public housing renewal and the growing importance of matching stock to tenant needs is accelerating relocation. Increasing public scrutiny of tenant displacement indicates a need to better understand how the diversity of tenant relocation policies are practiced and how tenant outcomes can be improved.

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From mixed tenure development to mixed tenure neighbourhoods

In Australia, new or renewed subsidised housing stock is reliant on leveraging market values of public land assets through tenure diversification. While mixed tenure (MT) policies have become a tool for increasing affordable and social housing, land-value models have led to an uneven distribution of housing projects.

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Published Housing Research

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Cities Research Program

Interested in our growing body of research on analysis on cities and urban issues?

Visit our cities hub and explore one of our 13 research themes.