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Jean Hillier

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  1. The effects of New Living on Indigenous wellbeing: a case study on urban renewal

    Author(s): Roz Walker; John Ballard; Cheryle Taylor; Jean Hillier

    Description: The research analyses the impact of state public housing estate regeneration on Indigenous households in urban communities in WA from the perspectives of government agencies and the residents themselves. It assessed the importance of place and the effects of regeneration schemes on Indigenous households including: incoming residents, remaining public sector residents and those displaced by the urban regeneration process.

    Type: research

    Walker, R., Ballard, J., Taylor, C., Hillier, J. (2007) The effects of New Living on Indigenous wellbeing: a case study on urban renewal, AHURI Final Report No. 99, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/99

  2. Falling through the net: a risk management model for home ownership schemes

    Author(s): Shane Grieve; Vasanthi Peter; John Ballard; Roz Walker; Cheryle Taylor; Jean Hillier

    Description: This is the final report of the project Falling through the net? A risk management model for home ownership support schemes

    Type: research

    Grieve, S., Peter, V., Ballard, J., Walker, R., Taylor, C., Hillier, J. (2005) Falling through the net: a risk management model for home ownership schemes, AHURI Final Report No. 78, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/78

  3. The effects of New Living on Indigenous Wellbeing: a case study on urban renewal

    Author(s): Roz Walker; John Ballard; Cheryle Taylor; Jean Hillier

    Description: This is the positioning paper of the AHURI research project of The effects of New Living on Indigenous community wellbeing: a case study on urban regeneration.

    Type: Other

    Walker, R., Ballard, J., Taylor, C., Hillier, J. (2003) The effects of New Living on Indigenous Wellbeing: a case study on urban renewal, AHURI Positioning Paper No. 61, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/position-papers/61

  4. Falling through the net: a risk management model for home ownership schemes

    Author(s): Shane Grieve; Vasanthi Peter; John Ballard; Roz Walker; Cheryle Taylor; Jean Hillier

    Description: This positioning paper explores falling through the net: a risk management model for home ownership schemes.

    Type: Other

    Grieve, S., Peter, V., Ballard, J., Walker, R., Taylor, C., Hillier, J. (2003) Falling through the net: a risk management model for home ownership schemes, AHURI Positioning Paper No. 46, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/position-papers/46

  5. Rural housing, regional development and policy integration

    Author(s): Jean Hillier; Colleen Fisher; Matthew Tonts

    Description: This is the final report of the project Rural housing, regional development and policy integration (Western Australia)

    Type: research

    Hillier, J., Fisher, C., Tonts, M. (2002) Rural housing, regional development and policy integration, AHURI Final Report No. 12, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/12

  6. Rural housing, regional development and policy integration

    Author(s): Matthew Tonts; Colleen Fisher; Rod Owens; Jean Hillier

    Description: This is the positioning paper of the AHURI research project Rural housing, regional development and policy integration (Western Australia).

    Type: Other

    Tonts, M., Fisher, C., Owens, R., Hillier, J. (2001) Rural housing, regional development and policy integration, AHURI Positioning Paper No. 8, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/position-papers/8