In this submission, CPSA responds to some of the questions posed in the Royal Commission’s Consultation Paper 1.
COTA SA, the peak advocacy body for older people in South Australia, is urging the Liberal Government to make a commitment to address escalating housing stress and homelessness among older South Australians in its 2018/19 State Budget. The housing ‘ticking time bomb' is one of a number of issues identified that COTA SA has included recommendations for in its 2018 State Budget Submission, del
The policy challenge for housing an ageing population is how to sustain and enhance wellbeing across an individual’s life, while at the same time reducing the inequalities within each generation, and ensuring an equitable allocation of resources between the generations.6
A submission to the Expert Housing Group considering housing issues for older people in Wales. The Welsh Government Stakeholders Group on Co-operative Housing has been working for the last four years to facilitate implementation of Welsh Government commitments to co-operative housing.
Older, single women are increasingly vulnerable to housing stress, insecurity and homelessness.
This submission to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Housing and Care’s inquiry into the future of retirement housing is from CDS Co-operatives: the largest developer and supporter of housing co-operatives in England. The inquiry is focusing on the progress made since the publication of the report by the Housing our Ageing Population Panel for Innovation at the end of 2009.
The scarcity of affordable and appropriate housing is becoming a significant contributor to poverty, disadvantage and homelessness among older Australians.