Public housing : shifting client profiles and public housing revenues. /
By: Hall, Jon
Contributor(s): Berry, MikeSeries: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute [electronicPublisher: Melbourne, Vic. Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute 2007Description: PDFSubject(s): Public Housing Management | Housing Economic Aspects | Landlord And Tenant | Low Income Groups | Public Housing | Disadvantaged Groups | Social Housing | Australian Housing And Urban Research Institute (ahuri) | State Housing Authorities (shas) | Commonwealth State Housing Agreement (csha)DDC classification: INTERNET
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This report documents and quantifies the recent historical impact of changing client profiles in South Australia and Victoria. It forecasts public housing recurrent income given existing allocation priorities and assesses the long-term cost to State Housing Authorities (SHAs) of pursuing a policy of allocating to those 'most in need'. the report also identifies the implications of policy changes for future recurrent income and provides a quantitative modelling tool and relevant information for SHAs to inform current CSHA negotiations.