Housing

Everybody should have access to adequate, appropriate and affordable housing. Government housing policies and programs should be based on the principle that housing assistance must be provided equitably to people in different forms of housing (home owners, private renters, public renters). 

 Read CPSA's full housing policy here


Housing affordability crisis

"IF it ain't broke, don't fix it" the saying goes, well it is beyond doubt at this point – Australia's housing system is broken.

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One campaign to rule them all

For years governments and 'the market' have been failing to provide secure, affordable housing for all Australians. So what are the solutions? 

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The housing affordability crisis is not your fault

Comments about including the family home in the Age Pension asset test are once again circulating. But don't worry it is unlikely to happen. 

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Elderly out of house and home

As the stock of social housing dwindles, our population ages and housing prices skyrocket an increasing number of older Australians are compelled to rent on the private rental market.

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Renting reforms are on the table

One-third of people in NSW live in rental properties and with housing affordability at an all-time low this number is increasing. So what are our politicians doing to protect the rights of renters?

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