13
Jan 20

Similar conditions in the USA and Aus to drive BTR demand: CBRE’s Colleen Pentland Lally

The USA’s demand on the multifamily/ build to rent market remains high, despite being 10 years post recession and increased rental costs at an average of 3.3% per year. The country has also seen high levels of new supply, yet the vacancy rate has remained under 5% for the past five years.  Colleen Pentland Lally, … Continue reading Similar conditions in the USA and Aus to drive BTR demand: CBRE’s Colleen Pentland Lally

16
Apr 18

New planning code for the missing middle

The NSW government this week released a new draft code for low-rise medium-density housing in an effort to curb Sydney’s crippling housing affordability problems. The code will allow for one and two-storey dual occupancies, while also introducing manor housing and terrace dwellings as new terms meeting the definition of “medium density”. The new system will … Continue reading New planning code for the missing middle

05
Apr 18

Unpacking The Challenges of Specialist Disability Accommodation

Author:Drew McCoy

A look at some of the key issues surrounding Specialist Disability Accommodation, ahead of the upcoming Shaping the Future of Disability Housing national conference. For those involved in the disability sector from both a private or professional perspective, the principles underpinning Specialist Disability Accommodation offer a potential light in the dark. Indeed there is the … Continue reading Unpacking The Challenges of Specialist Disability Accommodation

09
Mar 18

Integrating missing middle housing – are communities ready?

The huge population growth in and around Australia’s major cities is common knowledge, along with an understanding of the benefits of creating cities where people live and work in close proximity. As a solution to housing supply, high density apartments are not broadly the right solution for Australians. They are expensive and often just too … Continue reading Integrating missing middle housing – are communities ready?