As with last quarter, I apologise for the length of this section, but there were so many good articles on housing affordability in the last quarter
In the ‘fearless city’, Barcelona residents take charge
The Conversation – Amanda Tattersall
Creative houses from reclaimed stuff
Designing suburbs to cut car use closes gaps in health and wealth
The Conversation – J.Rachele et.al.
What do single, older women want? Their ‘own little space’ (and garden) to call home, for a start
The Conversation – Y.Hartman & S.Darab
Gladys Berejiklian announces social housing drive to target NSW older women
The Age – James Robertson
We are living alone together in today’s cities – and that calls for smart and ‘bolshie’ moves
The Conversation – Jaz Hee-jeong Choi
Homelessness: What can Australia learn from Finland’s housing solution?
ABC News – Simon Leo Brown
Airbnb and empty houses: who’s responsible for managing the impacts on our cities?
The Conversation – R.Tomlinson
Co-Housing by Design: A creative & deliberative solution for housing & community
LinkedIn – Damian Iles
We Live Here: how do residents feel about public housing redevelopment?
The Conversation – D.Rodgers et.al.
“It’s unacceptable:’ NSW Government admits more housing needed for Sydney’s key workers
Domain – Sue Williams
How the NDIS is using the market to create housing for people with disability
The Conversation – Winkler, Taleporos, & Bo’Sher
‘We are begging for housing’: the crisis in Indigenous communities
The Guardian – Helen Davidson and Anna Livsey
How much more productive and liveable could our cities be?
Sunday Roundtable with Hamish MacDonald on ABC-RN
Lucy Turnbull’s plan for Sydney is a race to blandsville
SMH – Elizabeth Farrelly
‘Build to rent’ could be the missing piece of the affordable housing puzzle
The Conversation – Matthew Palm
Is Sydney really full? The politics of urban density
SMH – Lisa Visentin
Affordable housing shortfall leaves 1.3m households in need and rising – study
The Conversation – Steven Rowley & Chris Leishman
Calls for higher affordable housing targets as more people on ‘cusp of poverty’
Domain – Kate Burke
Why investor-driven urban density is inevitably linked to disadvantage
The Conversation – Bill Randolph