St Vincent de Paul report cites AHURI research
The Ache for Home report
21 March 2016
A number of AHURI reports have been cited in a new report from the St Vincent de Paul Society that calls for the establishment of a $10 billion Social and Affordable Housing Fund. The report, The Ache for Home, a plan to address chronic homelessness and housing unaffordability in Australia, presents a number of policy recommendations aimed at increasing the supply of social and affordable housing.
The report draws on the following pieces of AHURI research:
- Transport Disadvantage and Low-income Rental Housing
- Housing assistance and non-shelter outcomes
- Supply Shortages and Affordability Outcomes in the Private Rental Sector: Short and Longer Term Trends
- The Opportunity of Residential Property Investment Vehicles in Enhancing Affordable Rental Housing Supply
The report ... presents a number of policy recommendations aimed at increasing the supply of social and affordable housing.
Learn more about existing AHURI research by visiting Key research themes.
You can download a copy of the report from the St. Vincent de Paul Society website.