This study explores how critical life events can be used to predict short-term, medium-term and long-term periods of housing stress for individuals and households, which might, in turn, lead to further housing and related forms of disadvantage and support needs. It considers how the identification of ‘risk pathways’ support an early intervention model of housing assistance for different population groups.
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This research investigates the demographic characteristics, types of buildings and neighbourhoods of lower income apartment residents in Australia so as to improve wellbeing, community and housing affordability outcomes. In Australia, 10 per cent of the population lives in an apartment; 85 per cent of apartment residents live in capital cities; and 39 per cent of households living in high-density apartments are lower income households.
This report is one of a series drawing on a major AHURI project on addressing concentrations of disadvantage in Australia’s major cities.
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