This is the first report from the study that investigated the housing and broader neighbourhood and social inclusion experiences of refugees in Australia.
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Resident third party objections and appeals against planning applications: implications for higher density and social housing
This report examines two models of public engagement in planning approval processes—third party objection and appeal rights (TPOAR) and fast tracked planning—to see how they impact on housing supply, resident perceptions, and realisation of planning goals.
This project aims to explore how the asset-poor status of older Australians helps to determine their demand for housing assistance, the coping strategies used by the asset-poor as they strive to secure satisfactory housing outcomes and the importance of these outcomes to ontological security.
The overall aim of the project is to consider the long-term prospects of public housing, given its critical role in accommodating those in housing need, tackling homelessness, addressing questions of social sustainability and as a critical mediating point between vulnerable and low-income households and broader integration into the economy.
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