Brisbane 2001

The second National Housing Conference was held at the Brisbane Sheraton from 24–26 October 2001. Papers, presentations and speeches can be downloaded via the table below.

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Brisbane 2001 materials

Surname
First name
Document
AdkinsBarbaraTenure security and its impact on private renters in Queensland
BadcockBlairThe market based model applied to Housing New Zealand—rationale and legacy
BaumScottHousing aspirations and preferences among Australian households
BlinkhornLindaThe New South Wales planning system and innovative models of affordable housing
BradburyBruceHousing, location and employment
BurkeTerryRent assistance and young people's decision making
BurkeTerrySole parents, social well being and housing assistance
CantDavidBrisbane Housing Company: a new model of housing provision for the city of Brisbane
CarterTomCanadian housing policy in transition: challenges and opportunities
CummingsAnnettDeinstitutionalisation and housing: the perspective of people who have moved into the community and the staff who work with them
DaltonTonyHeroin users, housing and social participation: attacking social exclusion through better housing
DarcyMichaelPathways to homelessness: personal and structural factors in location and mobility of homeless people
DurkayVivienA collective Noongar and Wadjullar journey of working with people who are at risk of or are experiencing homelessness in Western Australia
EastmanDyanSmart Housing: what is it, and marketing good design and construction practice to the private sector
GleesonBrendanSocial disadvantage and planning in the Sydney context
HardyBillEffective house survey and repair programs in the NT
HaywardDavidA private investment vehicle for community housing
HulseKathDemand subsidies for private renters: a comparative review
JamesColinHomeless caretakers project—short term use of vacant property as homeless persons' accommodation
JonesRoyStrengthening communities: the contribution of housing policy and planning
JonesRoyRural housing, regional development and policy integration
KhanRoksanaNew housing delivery models—alternative for whom, alternative to what? An analysis from housing citizens
KhanRoksanaNew housing delivery models—alternative for whom, alternative to what? An analysis from housing citizens (Attachements)
KingAnthonyHousing Assistance: a lifetime perspective
KupkeValerieThe implication of changes in the labour market for home ownership aspirations, housing opportunities/ characteristics of first home buyers
LennonMichaelThe market based model applied to Housing New Zealand—rationale and legacy
McDonaldPeterMedium and long term projections of housing need in Australia
MemmottPaulHome ownership for Indigenous people living on community title land—a preliminary study
MullinsPatrickAn examination of the relationship between housing systems and non-housing outcomes
MurphyPeterWelfare outcomes of migration of low income earners from metropolitan to non metropolitan Australia
O'ConnorKevinLabour market, housing market inter-dependence within metropolitan Australia: a case study of Melbourne
RandolphBillA framework for evaluating neighbourhood renewal—lessons learnt from New South Wales and South Australia
RandolphBillPolicies for neighbourhood inclusion: tackling disadvantage at the neighbourhood scale
ReynoldsAstridEffective program linkages—an examination of current knowledge with a particular emphasis on people with mental illness
SchindelerEmilyBreaking down the silos to make a difference: dentifying how governance arrangements can be made more responsive
SeeligTimPrivate rental housing provision in Australia: a structural analysis
SmithStephanieAdaptable Housing—local government working with the private housing sector
SondergeldSuzanneNew models of service delivery to improve housing assistance to people with a mental illness
StanleyJaneRental market failure in meeting the needs of Indigenous people
WalkerRozDeveloping principles and indicators for evaluating housing in Indigenous contexts
WatsonGarryMaori housing development in Aotearoa
WilsonTimHomeless young people: points of intervention along a continuum
WoodGavinFundamental tax reform and its impact on alternative providers of rental housing
WoodMartinResident participation, social cohesion and sustainability for neighbourhood renewal: developing best practice models
YoungPeterHousing Assistance: a lifetime perspective (Discussant)