Adelaide 2003

The third National Housing Conference was held in Adelaide, South Australia from 26–28 November 2003. Papers and presentations can be downloaded via the table below.

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Adelaide 2003 materials

Surname
First name
Document
AdkinsBarbaraTenancy databases in the context of tenure management
ApeltLindaHousing at the crossroads: the case for an integrated national housing policy
AtkinsonAndrewPlanning for our future: a spatial planning approach
BagshawMarkReports of deaths have been greatly exaggerated: boarding houses in SA
BargerAndrewHousing affordability—the industry's perspective
BattenDavidHousing affordability & affordable housing in Victoria—the policy challenge
BeerAndrewThe housing need and provision for recently arrived refugees in Australia
BerryMikeGetting the biggest bang for the government buck
BridgeKateHome modifications and maintenance—need and evidence based practice solutions
BridgeKateHome modifications and maintenance—need and evidence based practice solutions (Paper)
BurgessMartinRent assistance: fiction and facts
BurgessMartinRent assistance: fiction and facts (Paper)
BurgmannLucyGood governance for community housing providers
BurkeTerryAllocating social housing
BurkeTerryAllocating social housing (Paper)
CantDavidInnovation in affordable housing: Brisbane housing company model
CaruanaPatrickHousing for the aged—Australia in the 21st century
ChiuRebecca L.HSustainable Development: a new perspective for housing development
ChiuRebecca L.HSustainable Development: a new perspective for housing development (Paper)
ClementsElizabethA third sector in New Zealand housing
ClementsElizabethA third sector in New Zealand housing (Paper)
CoatesBernieThe promise of place, management in disadvantaged communities: a case study in Airds
ConnellanJosephMy money—my place: developments in financing and design of accomodation for people with a disability
CrafterSuePartnering for commercial, social and local economic sustainability in urban renewal (Paper)
CroceCarolA future role for community housing - delivering affordable housing
CroceCarolA future role for community housing - delivering affordable housing (Paper)
DaltonTonyHousing and herion: housing issues in the lives of herion users
DarbyKey state housing directions, WA
DayTimIndigenous housing & changing needs: SA Government & Indigenous Housing Organisation partnerships
EvansSharon'Where will I live now?' A flexible and creative response to meeting housing needs for people following brain injury
FarrarAdamCommunity housing regulation—unlocking new resources
FarrinJaneHomeless people in rural areas: causes, pathways and policy challenges
FloodJoeAsset management in social housing in Australia
FloodJoeAsset management in social housing in Australia (Paper)
FulcherHelenGood governance for community housing providers
GaleAnneSAHT successful tenancy approaches—stopping the 'Revolving door'
GasciogneChrisCommon clients: a pilot study in the South Australian Department of Human Services
GoodladRobinaHousing and Social Justice
GoodladRobinaHousing and Social Justice (Paper)
GreenhalghEmmaPrivate rooming house decline in metropolitan Melbourne: development of an information and resource guide
GreenhalghEmmaPrivate rooming house decline in metropolitan Melbourne: development of an information and resource guide (Paper)
HollowayDarrenHow do we use energy in our homes—to suit buildings or behaviour
HollowayDarrenHow do we use energy in our homes—to suit buildings or behaviour (Paper)
HolstHeatherWhen was housing last at top of policy agenda—Oswald Barnett's slum clearance campaign & the establishment of public housing
HugoGraemeImplications for demographic change for future housing needs in Australia
Jardine-OrrAndreaRemote Indigenous housing and governance—case studies in WA and NT
Jardine-OrrAndreaRemote Indigenous housing and governance—case studies in WA and NT (Paper)
JohnstonLexTenant employment program, 'The LEX Model'
JonesAndrewSustainable tenancies in public housing: understanding and supporting tenancies at risk in Queensland
JonesAndrewSustainable tenancies in public housing: understanding and supporting tenancies at risk in Queensland (Paper)
KilnerDavidHousing policy: a state of decline?
KingAnthonyRegional impact of Commonwelath Rent Assistance
KligerBeverlyRetirement villages: not a lifestyle at any cost
KligerBeverlyRetirement villages: not a lifestyle at any cost (Paper)
KonbumerriDillonMatching built environments to future demand
LachlanVickiHomelessness & women exiting prison (Paper)
LairdWendyCrisis accomodation needs & homelessness of Aboriginal people in Tweed, Richmond & Clarence Valleys, Northern NSW
LessierDeborahKey state housing directions, TAS
MacRaeDaveHousing and support—working together
MaharAndrewNeighbourhood renewal: bit by bit
MarstonGregChanging the mix: a case study of housing stock transfers in Tas, Vic & NSW
MarstonGregChanging the mix: a case study of housing stock transfers in Tas, Vic & NSW (Paper)
McKenzieBruceUsing private sector to finance social housing: the example of City Edge
MeadElspethTenancy databases in the context of tenure management
MeenGeoffreyEconomic segregation in Britain's cities
MeenGeoffreyEconomic segregation in Britain's cities (Paper)
MillsCarolKey state housing directions, NSW
NewmanPeterSustainability in housing
OakleySusanHomeless people in rural areas: causes, pathways and policy challenges
OberinJulieTrish's Terraces: an accomodation & support partnership between a Women's Refuge and a transitional housing manager
O'DwyerLiselPatterns, processes & implications for policy: the private rental sector in Australia
PendergastThe people's voices: reality experiences, and how they get heard
PerkinsMaryVarations on a theme - trying to listen
PhibbsPeterNon shelter outcomes of housing as a policy driver (Paper)
PholerosPaulFixing houses for better health in remote Indigenous communities
PomeroySteveFacing up to the future: a Canadian perspective on evolving housing and urban issues
PrasadDeoProgress in sustainability
PriemusHugoChanging Urban Housing Markets in Advanced Economies
PriemusHugoChanging Urban Housing Markets in Advanced Economies (Paper)
RadfordTonyTrends and strategies in design of medium density urban housing
RandolphBillThe benefits of true diversification
RandolphBillHousing & unemployment - role of housing assistance in making decisions about employment (Paper)
SkiotisFionaUnderstanding housing as a human right - some implications for Australian housing policy
SlatterMicheleSetting them up to fail?
SlatterMicheleSetting them up to fail? (Paper)
SmithBelleHomeless people in rural areas: causes, pathways and policy challenges
StanleyJaneMobilising resources to address the housing shortfall: the new strategic approach taken by ATSIC councils in North Queensland
TulsiNarmonMeasuring Indigenous need: using census data to inform a multiple dimensions of needs approach
WaiteGregPractical benchmarks & tools for affordable private rental housing
WaiteGregPractical benchmarks & tools for affordable private rental housing (Paper)
WannanAlisonSupported housing in NSW—building linkages
WeeksWendyWomen fleeing doemstic violence: what are the accomodation and outreach options?
WilleyPaulKey state housing directions, SA
WilliamsPeterPrivate financing of affordable housing and public, private, industry and community partnerships
WilsonDavidCommonwelath Rent Assistance use patterns & outcomes
WoolastonRichardKensington re-development project—management model
YoungPeterNon shelter outcomes of housing as a policy driver