Queensland Social and Affordable Housing Network Maps

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Kraatz, Judy
Jayawardena, Nirodha
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2020
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This Sustainable Built Environment National Research Centre (SBEnrc) project, Mapping the Social and Affordable Housing Network aims to contribute to improvement in the productivity, effectiveness and efficiency of this network in Australia. The maps and supporting reference tables have been developed to facilitate a strategic yet pragmatic understanding of the complexities and associations in this network, to better leverage outcomes for those in need of social and/or more affordable housing (i.e. public, community and non-market rental housing). They are a snapshot in time (July 2019), and as such intended to provide a base-line overview of this network, and to form the basis for understanding and analysis for partner and industry use. They cannot be comprehensive due to the expansive nature of the network, but are intended to provide a baseline for understanding. As such they can become part of a living process for organisations to engage with partners and the broader sector to better understand the changing nature of the network. The intent has however been to identify all participants for the three tiers of government and for peak bodies/industry associations, whilst providing examples only for the remaining groups of participants involved in the network. The maps were developed following desktop analysis by the research team, and three workshops with industry stakeholders in Brisbane and Perth. The intent has been to identify all participants for the three tiers of government and peak bodies/industry associations and only provide examples for the remaining groups of participants involved in the network. To enhance understanding and map legibility, participants were grouped into the following categories: Commonwealth, state and local governments; peak bodies and industry associations; advocates; community housing and other not-for-profit (NFP) providers; research providers; private sector industry organisations; and philanthropic and other informal participants.

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© The Author(s) 2020. The attached file is reproduced here in accordance with Sustainable Built Environment National Research Centre permissions.

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Kraatz, J; Jayawardena, N, Queensland Social and Affordable Housing Network Maps, 2020, pp. 1-106

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