Perth 2005

The fourth National Housing Conference was held at the Perth Convention Exhibition Centre from 26–28 October 2005. Papers and presentations can be downloaded via the table below.

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Download the conference program

Perth 2005 materials

SurnameFirst nameDocument
AmbrosePeterConsequences of declining affordability in the UK (Paper)
BeerAndrewHousing careers in the 21st century (Paper)
BennettJaneResponding to family violence: a whole of government approach (Paper)
BerryMikeIndigenous housing: optimal balance between recurrent and capital expenditure (Paper)
BridgeCatherineRetrofitting: a response to lack of diversity (Paper)
ChalkleyTonyHousing service officers—life at the front line (Paper)
ColemanAnneWhere to when the silos come down? Queensland Response (Paper)
DaltonTonyHousing and the disability support pension (Paper)
DavisonJimHow does housing assistance affect residential mobility? (Paper)
DavisonJimHow does housing assistance affect residential mobility?
DevosJanThe politics and practice of managing antisocial behaviour in public housing (Paper)
DockeryMichaelWho cares about housing anyway? (Paper)
FlatauPaulIndigenous housing needs and mainstream public & community housing responses (Paper)
FogartyPatRural NSW opening doors of HOPE (Paper)
GraceWilliamSustainable urban living—putting Perth under the microscope (Paper)
GrieveShaneThe 'compound house' (Paper)
GroseChristineHousing for asylum seekers (Paper)
Haslam-McKenzieFionaAffordability and influence of non-permanent residents in a sea change community (Paper)
HillJustineWarm house in winter—cool house in summer
HollowsAndrewDifferentiating housing from policy and assistance
HollowsAndrewEnhancing research-policy linkages (Paper)
HollowsAndrewEnhancing research-policy linkages
HonMichelleThe 'compound house' (Paper)
KaidonisMaryWill the social housing profession be influential? (Paper)
KarolElizabethMarket response to a demonstration home—Subiaco sustainable home, Perth (Paper)
KatrakisElenaA partnership x3: integrating housing and support for enduring mental health needs (Paper)
KeebleCynarraIntegrated service, improving outcomes (Paper)
KleinHaraldEmpower people, renewing places—an evaluation (Paper)
KnappRobertLife cycle approach to housing (Paper)
KunnenNolaSelf reliance and homelessness in Australia: challenges of definition, conceptualisation and measurement (Paper)
LakePeterVictorian homelessness strategy—a joined up government approach
LouttitRachelWelfare to work reforms, labour market participation and subsidised housing tenants (Paper)
LuttonLinleyInvolving seniors in planning guidelines (Paper)
MarstonKenInvolving seniors in planning guidelines (Paper)
MartinRobynSelf reliance and homelessness in Australia: challenges of definition, conceptualisation and measurement (Paper)
MazzarinoRosannaGetting more bang for your buck (Paper)
McInerneyJoSustaining our housing—adaptive asset management (Paper)
McNelisSeanIndependent living units—a Social Housing option for older persons (Paper)
McNelisSeanRental policy: financial viability or affordability in Australian Public Housing (Paper)
McPeakeTessFixing houses for better health (Paper)
MeaghanCathWA community planning model (Paper)
MilliganVivienneDirections for affordable housing policy in Australia: outcomes of a stakeholder forum (Paper)
MilsomNicolaWho cares about housing anyway? (Paper)
MoranBrendanNiche player or mainstream provider (Paper)
NewmanTonySustaining tenancies (Paper)
OlsbergDianaAgeing in place—intergenerational & inter-familial housing transfers and shifts in later life (Paper)
PapadopoulosMichaelSustaining inner city diversity through innovative partnerships (Paper)
PawsonHalRestructuring Social Housing in Britain (Paper)
PhibbsPeterEducation and Public Housing (Paper)
PreecePeterAffordable home ownership (Paper)
RowlerMerrilynDo we want ghettos? Tenants perspective of targeting (Paper)
ShepardMarkEstate renewal through PPP partnership (Paper)
SquiresCarolinePlanning for affordable housing coastal sea change communities (Paper)
StarrAmeliaUniversal housing (Paper)
SummersCliveMore than just housing: experiences of the common equity program in Victoria
WaiteGregApplying budget standards to assess affordability (Paper)
WalshKarenWalking the talk—towards sustainability in the Aboriginal housing sector in New South Wales
WardMargaretUSD—it makes good sense (Paper)
WoodGavinHousing assistance and economic participation—what have we learnt? (Paper)
ZhoaMinHuaMeasuring the impact of interest rates on housing demand (Paper)