National Housing and Homelessness Plan – Issues Paper
The Australian Government (Government), in close collaboration with state and territory governments, is developing the Plan to help more Australians access safe and affordable housing.
The Plan will set out a shared national vision to improve housing outcomes and help address homelessness in Australia and identify reforms needed across the responsibilities of different levels of government to achieve this vision.
The Plan will set out a shared national vision to improve housing outcomes and help address homelessness. It will set out key reforms to improve outcomes across the housing spectrum.
The Plan is an opportunity to better unite governments and sectors and achieve better housing and homelessness outcomes across the country.
As part of the consultation process, the Government has commenced working with stakeholders to identify areas of focus for the Plan, and has released an Issues Paper.
The Issues Paper seeks feedback from the public on key issues in the housing and homelessness system that need to be considered in the development of the Plan.
To ensure the Plan is comprehensive and innovative it is important that we receive extensive feedback.
We want to hear from people with:
· lived experience of homelessness and housing stress
· not-for-profit and civil society organisations
· industry bodies
· superannuation funds
· urban development
· Other experts in housing.
These views will directly shape the vision for housing and homelessness policy in Australia helping to provide more Australians access safe and affordable housing.