Tag: Affordable housing
The City of Melbourne has signed an agreement with developer PDG Corporation to deliver 40 affordable housing units and a new community village in Melbourne’s Southbank, designed by DKO Architecture.
The City of Sydney has revealed the seven shortlisted entries in an ideas competition for alternative housing models.
Rachael Bernstone reviews A House for All at the V&A in London, which looks at six experimental public housing projects from the 20th Century.
A Cumulus Studio-designed affordable housing developlment in inner-city Hobart has been approved by the local council.
CHC has completed a community housing project in inner Melbourne for a non-profit organization that provides low-cost housing to vulnerable women.
A Fender Katsalidis-designed apartment building is a trial development allowing long-term social housing tenants to access affordable home ownership.
New research suggests that Australian cities have the opportunity to gain much more social benefit from public land assets.
A proposal for a two-storey boarding house that would bring 36 affordable bedrooms to Sydney’s North Shore has run into opposition from locals.
Katrina Raynor considers the innovations behind a portable housing project designed to house the homeless in Melbourne, which represents a scalable response to Australia’s urgent social and affordable housing needs.
The shortlist for a competition to design public housing in Perth that will generate variety, equity and affordability has been revealed.
The Queensland government has announced the winners of its Diversity and Density Done Well ideas competition.
The Queensland government has announced a 10-year plan to deliver an affordable housing program that “hasn’t been done at scale in this country in decades.”
The New South Wales Government has proposed plans to tackle the housing affordability crisis by clearing the way for new homes in greenfield areas.
Australian Institute of Architects National President Ken Maher’s address to federal politicians on the critical role of architecture in delivering affordable living.
Schored Projects has designed 57 portable and affordable housing units to accommodate some of Melbourne’s homeless population.
Draft plans released this week by the Greater Sydney Commission included a mandate for affordable housing in new developments, but these targets are too low to address the critical shortage of affordable housing in Sydney.
MGS Architects has designed VincentCare’s newest housing project, The VincentCare Homeless Resource Centre and Housing Project in Melbourne.
WA architects, designers, developers and builders have been invited to submit designs in an affordable housing design competition.
To see Australia’s lack of affordable housing as a failure of government is to misunderstand the politics behind housing.
An affordable housing working group set up by the government is calling for submissions on ways to boost rental supply.