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  1. Renting in the time of COVID-19: understanding the impacts

    Author(s): Emma Baker; Rebecca Bentley; Andrew Beer; Lyrian Daniel

    Description: This research surveyed and analysed the circumstances for Australian renters during the initial phase of the COVID-19 lockdowns in July and August 2020 to identify challenges for the rental sector and to give insights into how the rental market is performing, the uptake of existing support measures and the demand for future assistance.

    Type: research

    Baker, E., Bentley, R., Beer, A. and Daniel, L. (2020) Renting in the time of COVID-19: understanding the impacts, AHURI Final Report No. 340, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/340

  2. Inquiry into integrated housing support for vulnerable families

    Author(s): kylie valentine; Kyllie Cripps; Kathleen Flanagan; Daphne Habibis; Chris Martin; Hazel Blunden

    Description: This Inquiry investigated how housing support for vulnerable families experiencing Domestic and family violence (DFV) can be best integrated with other types of support to enhance safety and wellbeing, including for women in different housing tenures, for Indigenous women and the integration of social housing policy with policies to support women affected by DFV.

    Type: research

    valentine, k., Cripps, K., Flanagan, K., Habibis, D., Martin, C. and Blunden, H. (2020) Inquiry into integrated housing support for vulnerable families, AHURI Final Report No. 339, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/339

  3. Warm, cool and energy-affordable housing policy solutions for low-income renters

    Author(s): Lyrian Daniel; Trivess Moore; Emma Baker; Andrew Beer; Nicola Willand; Ralph Horne; Cathryn Hamilton

    Description: This research examined the incidence of energy hardship for Australian low income renters, and considered strategies and policy actions to reduce its impact on the lives of such households. Up to 40% of Australian households who rent their housing experience energy hardship. Energy hardship can include both absolute and relative measures of financial hardship, as well as circumstances where residents limit their energy use for normal daily activities.

    Type: research

    Daniel, L., Moore, T., Baker, E., Beer, A., Willand, N., Horne, R. and Hamilton, C. (2020) Warm, cool and energy-affordable housing policy solutions for low-income renters, AHURI Final Report No. 338, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/338

  4. The housing aspirations of Australians across the life-course: closing the ‘housing aspirations gap’

    Author(s): Wendy Stone; Steven Rowley; Sharon Parkinson; Amity James; Angela Spinney

    Description: This report explores the housing constraints facing diverse populations of lower income Australians and to establish how existing and innovative housing solutions can support their shelter and non-shelter aspirations across the life-course from young adulthood to later-life.

    Type: research

    Stone, W., Rowley, S., Parkinson, S., James, A. and Spinney, A. (2020) The housing aspirations of Australians across the life-course: closing the ‘housing aspirations gap’, AHURI Final Report No. 337, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/337

  5. Mid-life Australians and the housing aspirations gap

    Author(s): Wendy Stone; Steven Rowley; Amity James; Sharon Parkinson, ; Angela Spinney; Margaret Reynolds; Iris Levin

    Description: This report delivers a comprehensive account of the diverse housing circumstances of Australians at mid-life (35–54); elicit their housing aspirations and trade-offs; examine housing challenges and enablers; and ‘market test’ future housing possibilities including among vulnerable populations, to inform optimal policy development, via an integrated suite of innovative mixed-method analyses.

    Type: research

    Stone, W., Rowley, S., James, A., Parkinson, S., Spinney, A., Reynolds, M. and Levin, I. (2020) Mid-life Australians and the housing aspirations gap, AHURI Final Report No. 336, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/336

  6. The Australian Housing Aspirations (AHA) Survey (2018) Technical Report

    Author(s): Wendy Stone; Steven Rowley; Amity James; Sharon Parkinson

    Description: As part of a large scale, multi-year and multi-university research Inquiry into the Housing Aspirations and Constraints Facing Low Income Australians funded by the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute in 2018, an original national survey was developed and undertaken.

    Type: research

    Stone, W., Rowley, S., James, A. and Parkinson, S. (2020) The Australian Housing Aspirations (AHA) Survey (2018) Technical Report, AHURI Supporting Report No. 337, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/337a

  7. Commuting burden and housing affordability for low-income renters

    Author(s): Jago Dodson; Tiebei Li; Elizabeth Taylor; Xavier Goldie

    Description: This study investigated the impacts commuting costs have on accessing employment for low income workers who are renting their home. Policy makers have concerns that housing market pressures may limit where low income workers can afford to live, and may result in low-income workers living in locations remote from employment concentrations, leading to weaker worker-job matching, less efficient labour markets and workers being excluded from employment opportunities.

    Type: research

    Dodson, J., Li, T. Taylor, E. and Goldie, X. (2020) Commuting burden and housing affordability for low-income renters, AHURI Final Report No. 335, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/335

  8. The uneven distribution of housing supply, 2006–2016

    Author(s): Steven Rowley; Catherine Gilbert; Nicole Gurran; Chris Leishman; Chris Phelps

    Description: This research examines the quantity, composition and distribution of new housing supply across Australia between 2006 and 2016 and seeks to explain variations in local rates of production with reference to both demand and supply side considerations (e.g. population drivers, market cycles, regulatory barriers, construction costs).

    Type: research

    Rowley, S., Gilbert, C., Gurran, N., Leishman, C. and Phelps, C. (2020) The uneven distribution of housing supply, 2006–2016, AHURI Final Report No. 334, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/334

  9. Affordable housing in innovation-led employment strategies

    Author(s): Robyn Dowling; Sophia Maalsen; Leah Emmanuel; Peta Wolifson

    Description: This project investigates the role of affordable rental housing in supporting digital innovation and employment growth in metropolitan and satellite cities. Through an international evidence review, case studies and interviews with urban planners and firms, it identifies ‘smart city’ exemplars for leveraging new economy jobs near affordable rental supply.

    Type: research

    Dowling, R., Maalsen, S., Emmanuel, L., Wolifson, P. (2020) Affordable housing in innovation-led employment strategies, AHURI Final Report No. 333, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/333

  10. ‘A pathway to where?’ Inquiry into understanding and reimagining social housing pathways

    Author(s): Kristy Muir; Abigail Powell; Kathleen Flanagan; Wendy Stone; Selina Tually; Debbie Faulkner; Chris Hartley; Hal Pawson

    Description: This study investigated how social housing pathways are conceptualised and constructed by housing policies in Australia; who is moving into and out of social housing; and what is the lived experience of people who have moved into, within or out of social housing. Social housing pathways are the housing experiences of tenants and their households over time and space. These pathways are not linear and also include changes in tenure, household form, experiences and attachment to social housing.

    Type: research

    Muir, K., Powell, A., Flanagan, K., Stone, W., Tually, S., Faulkner, D., Hartley, C., Pawson, H. (2020) ‘A pathway to where?’ Inquiry into understanding and reimagining social housing pathways, AHURI Final Report No. 332, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/332

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