Affordable housing developments are designed to reduce rental housing stress for key low income workers by providing homes that are close to jobs, services and transport.
The need to get housing right is front and centre - not just tackling barriers to unlocking more private housing, but increasing direct government investment in social, affordable and crisis housing.
Home in Place is urging people to sign a petition calling for MPs and political parties to make a real, long term, investment in social and affordable housing to tackle the current housing crisis.
The Annual Christmas events are one of the ways Home in Place engages with its tenants and provides an opportunity for tenants to socialise with each other. These events really bring out the best of the spirit of Christmas.
70-year-old Edwin Miller was homeless, camping rough in bushland and thinking about taking his own life. He now has a roof over his head and a new lease of life.
Opinion polls conducted in four battleground federal seats show there is greater voter recognition of the housing crisis and clear support for more federal government attention on housing, including funding the construction of social housing.
A report released today by Compass Housing Services finds state governments have limited capacity to house the people on their respective waiting lists and no capacity to cater for future demand.
The Federal Government’s new Homebuilder Scheme is a missed opportunity to tackle Australia’s housing crisis and create more real jobs for tradies
Home in Place wishes to recognise the traditional custodians of the lands and waterways where we work and live. We celebrate the First Peoples’ unique cultural and spiritual relationship to Country and acknowledge the significance of Aboriginal cultures in Australia.