Constructing Social Housing Pathways
Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute’s mission is to deliver high-quality research that influences policy development and practice change to improve the housing and urban environments of all Australians.
This report forms the first and foundational part of the AHURI Inquiry into understanding and reimagining social housing pathways. It focuses on understanding how social housing pathways are conceptualised and constructed by operational housing policies in Australia
In recent years, social housing has undergone significant transformation, characterised by increased targeting, the expansion of community housing and the reform of allocation processes. These changes have been shaped by social housing operational policies and the wider Australian housing context, which affect the housing pathways of tenants and their households.