ACT Shelter was commissioned to produce this report this brief report providing expert guidance for the national proposal being developed by Housing Ministers for consideration within the National Cabinet to improve our rental housing system and better ensure renters have access to safe, affordable, and secure homes.
Date Published: 01 Aug 2021 Authors: Jim Davison Nicola Brackertz Tom Alves ACT Shelter commissioned the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) to investigate whether providing direct access to planned, sustainable, long-term housing options for the homeless population, and those at risk of homelessness, in the ACT is a more cost-effective strategy for the […]
ACT Shelter is the peak housing body in the ACT. It is a not-for-profit organisation funded by the ACT Government to represent the interests of our members and provide advocacy and strategic advice on systemic issues affecting housing consumers in the ACT. We are an informed and independent voice on housing policy issues affecting the […]
Based on a review of the research and engagement with the sector, this reportoutlines options and recommended next steps. We are now interested in testing theseconclusions and recommendations with the ACT specialist homelessness sector priorto providing final advice to ACT Government. Sector representatives are invited toprovide feedback on the ideas in this paper by contacting […]