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Author Wulff, Maryann

Title Low rent housing in Australia 1986 to 1996 : how has it changed, who does it work for and who does it fail? / Maryann Wulff and Judith Yates, with Terry Burke
Published Canberra, A.C.T. : Dept. of Family and Community Services, 2001


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 W'PONDS  333.33850994 Wul/Lrh 2001  TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE
Description xiii, 94 pages ; 30 cm
Summary This study examines the changing structure of the rental market in Australia from 1986 and 1996 and is based upon an analysis of census data in each of those two years with consistently defined census data. It focuses specifically on the low rent end of the private rental market, on the households in the low rent stock and on the households for whom low rent stock is essential if their housing is to be affordable. The study is important because of the increasing reliance on the private rental market in australia and, particularly, because of the increasing reliance on this market for lower income households
Analysis Electronic resource
Notes "A study based on census data and supported by the Australian Housing Research Fund"
"March 2001"
"Australian Housing Research Fund - Project Number 213"
Bibliography Bibliographical references: pages 92-94
Notes Also available in an electronic version via the Internet. Address as at 11/02/02:$file/LowRentHousing.pdf
Subject Low-income housing -- Economic aspects -- Australia.
Rental housing -- Economic aspects -- Australia.
Rental housing -- Australia.
Housing policy -- Australia.
Author Yates, Judith.
Burke, Terence M.
Australia. Department of Family and Community Services.
Australian Housing Research Fund
ISBN 0642770212