|Investigative panel on a socially sustainable housing system|
Key outputs will be a final report detailing the collective views of panel members on policy options for reducing the negative impacts of housing market volatility on vulnerable households; a summary report and an AHURI seminar comparing the outcomes of the two studies (Australia and UK) and considering ‘lessons learnt’ in each country and their implications for each other.
Researchers: Mike Berry, Peter Williams (UK)
Institutional partners: London School of Economics & Cambridge University, UK; Department of Families Housing Community Services & Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA); Housing Choices Australia; National Housing Supply Council; Grattan Institute; Victorian Office of Housing; ANZ Trustees Ltd; Fujitsu Consulting; SGS Economics & Planning; University of Sydney.
Funding: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (category 1 competitive grant), 2010.
|Start By||1 September 2010|
|Completed By||1 September 2011|
RMIT Research Support
Sustainable Urban and Regional Futures
Melbourne – Australia