Prime Minister Albanese has announced $2 Billion in Social Housing Accelerator Funds to States and Territories, with $50 Million allocated to the Northern Territory. “$50 million for the NT under this scheme is definitely an improvement on the $20 million we would have received if
As the Territory's peak body for affordable housing and homelessness, we comment publicly on a broad range of issues and priorities relating to housing, homelessness, tenancy issues, rental affordability and funding for specialist services.
Read the full NT Shelter media release here.
NT Shelter press release regarding today’s release of the Estimating Homelessness: Census 2021 data by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Click here to read more.
The commissioning of the first two towers at John Stokes Square and supply of 60 units for public housing waitlist tenants provides a new benchmark for how social housing and surrounding amenities are designed, built and managed, says affordable housing peak body NT Shelter. “The
Additional housing investment and the announcement of an accord between Commonwealth, State, Territory and Local Governments and institutional investors to build one million homes over the next seven years represents the ambition, long-term commitment and vision that is needed to address Australia’s broken housing system,