This research examined whether the diminishing supply of affordable housing options for lower income (LI) workers near job-rich central city (CC) locations is having an impact on CC businesses and on the overall productivity of CC economies.
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Disadvantaged places in urban Australia: residential mobility, place attachment and social exclusion
This report focuses on the role of housing policies and programs in meeting the challenges presented by spatial concentrations of disadvantage.
This report explores the factors influencing tenant choices to remain in or depart from public housing. The research found that a small but significant cohort of social housing tenants who are in paid employment and pay full market rent, would consider exiting the sector at their own initiative to become home owners, but not private renters.
Disadvantaged places in urban Australia: analysing socio-economic diversity and housing market performance
This report provides a detailed empirical account of the geography of disadvantage in Australia’s three largest cities (Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane) through the development and deployment of a new Australian typology of disadvantaged suburbs.
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