- National Shelter: Hobart rental affordability declines
The latest release of the Rental Affordability Index (RAI) has found Hobart is the second least affordable capital in Australia, with average income h
- Latest Rental Affordability Index reports deepening rental crisis
Media Release Wednesday 29th November 2017 Tasmania’s peak body for housing and homelessness is concerned but not surprised at the findings of the f
- Homelessness Week 2017
Media statement, Friday 4th August 2017.
- Budget 2017 – A good housing investment, but more needed
Media statement, Thursday 25th May 2017.
- Housing stress is rising up the income ladder – report reveals
Media statement, Wednesday 17th May 2017.
- Funding certainty welcomed, but budget could go further
Media statement, Wednesday 10th May 2017.
- Opportunity for State Government to invest more in affordable housing
Media statement, Thursday 13th April 2017.
- Tenants face appalling conditions – National report reveals
Media statement, Thursday 16th February 2017.
Hobart rental affordability second only to Sydney (23 November)
Urgent call to keep Tasmanian homelessness services funded + NPAH factsheet (3 November)
Homelessness counts in Tasmania (1 August)
A win for affordable housing (26 May)
Affordable housing at Macquarie Point, yes please! (14 December)
Report dispels myth of cheap Tassie rent (24 November)
Call for Affordable Housing at Macquarie Point (5 October)
Tasmania takes the lead in affordable housing (23 September)
Clear plan needed for housing refugees (9 September)
Family Violence Action Plan welcomed (13 August)
Homelessness Prevention Week 2015 (31 July)
Call to Invest in Affordable Housing (27 May)
Senate Inquiry findings show urgent need for budget action on housing – National Shelter (11 May)
Shelter Tas Welcomes Youth Budget Promises (29th August)
Homeless Persons’ Week 2014 (4th August)
Peak Body Welcomes Growth in Community Housing (5th February)
Homelessness Services Under Threat in Tasmania (23rd January)
Community Housing Experts Gather in Tasmania (29th November)
Revised Homelessness Data to be Treated with Caution (13th September)
Bringing Housing Experts Together in Tasmania (12th July)