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Bill Randolph

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  1. Inquiry into increasing affordable housing supply: Evidence-based principles and strategies for Australian policy and practice

    Author(s): Nicole Gurran; Steven Rowley; Vivienne Milligan; Bill Randolph; Peter Phibbs; Catherine Gilbert; Amity James; Laurence Troy; Ryan van den Nouwelant

    Description: This study examined the range of strategies and initiatives governments have used to leverage affordable housing supply across the continuum of housing needs (i.e. from social housing to affordable rental and home ownership) in a constrained funding and increasingly market driven context across a range of different jurisdictions and markets.

    Type: research

    Gurran, N., Rowley, S., Milligan, V., Randolph, B., Phibbs, P., Gilbert, C., James, A., Troy, L. and van den Nouwelant, R. (2018) Inquiry into increasing affordable housing supply: Evidence-based principles and strategies for Australian policy and practice, AHURI Final Report No. 300, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/300

  2. Paying for affordable housing in different market contexts

    Author(s): Bill Randolph; Laurence Troy; Vivienne Milligan; Ryan van den Nouwelant

    Description: This study analysed recently completed affordable housing developments across Australia to ascertain how affordable housing project costs, revenues and subsidies interact. The research reveals the diverse funding arrangements adopted by providers, which have resulted in affordable housing project outcomes being driven by funding opportunities rather than by defined housing needs, and identified six key lessons about financing affordable housing.

    Type: research

    Randolph, B., Troy, L., Milligan, V. and van den Nouwelant, R. (2018) Paying for affordable housing in different market contexts, AHURI Final Report No. 293, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/293

  3. Is deteriorating housing affordability reducing lower income central city worker supply and productivity?

    Author(s): Ryan van den Nouwelant; Laura Crommelin; Shanaka Herath; Bill Randolph

    Description: The study examines whether the diminishing supply of affordable housing options for lower income central city workers is having an impact on central city businesses and on the overall productivity of those economies.

    Type: Other

    van den Nouwelant, R., Crommelin, L., Herath, S. and Randolph, B. (2016) Is deteriorating housing affordability reducing lower income central city worker supply and productivity?, AHURI Research and Policy Bulletin No. 210, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/research-and-policy-bulletins/210

  4. Housing affordability, central city economic productivity and the lower income labour market

    Author(s): Ryan van den Nouwelant; Laura Crommelin; Shanaka Herath; Bill Randolph

    Description: This research found that Australian low income workers who work in the central city have to travel greater distances to get to work and are more likely to make a number of housing related compromises, such as living in a smaller dwelling, sharing with unrelated adults, or renting rather than buying. However, the effects of the housing challenges faced by low income central city workers are not currently registering on productivity and economic growth measurements in Australian cities.

    Type: research

    van den Nouwelant, R., Crommelin, L., Herath, S. and Randolph, B. (2016) Housing affordability, central city economic productivity and the lower income labour market, AHURI Final Report No. 261, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/261

  5. How can the planning system be used to secure affordable housing in urban renewal areas?

    Author(s): Gethin Davison; Ryan van den Nouwelant; Simon Pinnegar; Bill Randolph; Nicole Gurran; Glen Bramley

    Description: This bulletin provides details of the key findings and policy implications from the completed AHURI research project Affordable housing, urban renewal and planning: emerging practice in NSW, SA and Qld.

    Type: Other

    Davison, G., Nouwelant, R., Pinnegar, S., Randolph, B., Gurran, N. and Bramley, G. (2014) How can the planning system be used to secure affordable housing in urban renewal areas?, AHURI Research and Policy Bulletin No. 167, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/research-and-policy-bulletins/167

  6. Affordable housing, urban renewal and planning: emerging practice in Queensland, South Australia and New South Wales

    Author(s): Gethin Davison; Nicole Gurran; Ryan van den Nouwelant; Simon Pinnegar; Bill Randolph

    Description: This report examines how planning and housing policy domains have successfully worked more closely together to deliver increased affordable housing supply in urban renewal areas in Sydney, Adelaide & Brisbane.

    Type: research

    Davison, G, Gurran, N., Nouwelant, R., Pinnegar, S. and Randolph, B. (2012) Affordable housing, urban renewal and planning: emerging practice in Queensland, South Australia and New South Wales, AHURI Final Report No. 195, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/195

  7. How can shared equity schemes work to facilitate home ownership in Australia?

    Author(s): Simon Pinnegar; Vivienne Milligan; Bill Randolph; Dana Quintal; Hazel Easthope; Peter Williams; Judith Yates

    Description: Small, well-targeted shared equity schemes provide an opportunity for lower and moderate income households to achieve home ownership in Australia. Government involvement is required to manage the risks associated with achieving affordability objectives whilst maintaining the financial viability of the schemes.

    Type: Other

    Pinnegar, S., Milligan, V., Randolph, B., Quintal, D., Easthope, H., Williams, P., Yates, J. (2010) How can shared equity schemes work to facilitate home ownership in Australia?, AHURI Research and Policy Bulletin No. 124, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/research-and-policy-bulletins/124

  8. How do planning requirements impact housing costs and the development process?

    Author(s): Nicole Gurran; Kristian Ruming; Bill Randolph

    Description: Although developer infrastructure contributions represent the largest quantifiable planning related cost in Australia averaging between $45 000 and $100 000 per lot, residential developers are more concerned by non-financial barriers such as planning system complexity, uncertain time frames and unpredictable costs.

    Type: Other

    Gurran, N., Ruming, K., Randolph, B. (2010) How do planning requirements impact housing costs and the development process?, AHURI Research and Policy Bulletin No. 125, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/research-and-policy-bulletins/125

  9. Counting the costs: planning requirements, infrastructure contributions, and residential development in Australia

    Author(s): Nicole Gurran; Kristian Ruming; Bill Randolph

    Description: This study represents a first step in establishing a qualitative understanding of the ways in which planning regulation has impacted on housing developments across 15 local jurisdictions in three Australian states.

    Type: research

    Gurran, N., Ruming, K., Randolph, B. (2009) Counting the costs: planning requirements, infrastructure contributions, and residential development in Australia, AHURI Final Report No. 140, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/140

  10. Innovative financing for home ownership: the potential for shared equity initiatives in Australia

    Author(s): Simon Pinnegar; Hazel Easthope; Bill Randolph; Peter Williams; Judith Yates

    Description: This project aims to provide a comprehensive appraisal of the appropriateness and potential for shared equity approaches to assist Australian lower and moderate income households into affordable and sustainable home ownership.

    Type: research

    Pinnegar, S., Easthope, H., Randolph, B., Williams, P., Yates, J. (2009) Innovative financing for home ownership: the potential for shared equity initiatives in Australia, AHURI Final Report No. 137, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/137