The Uniting Church takes its social justice mission seriously – and its Social Justice Forum team is back on deck in 2018 to put mission into action.
New developments have increased pressure on the Berejiklian government to act decisively on rental affordability and security.
One of the big questions about the redevelopment of Waterloo Estate is what will be in this for the Aboriginal community.
Amid increasingly unaffordable rents in Redfern, the SSH welcomes the Lord Mayor’s commitment to negotiate the sale of the Redfern depot site.
A community land trust would serve people, not profit, in perpetuity.
Housing experts and NGOs argue a 15-30 per cent minimum for affordable housing should apply to all units in new developments.
Developer wants to increase the number of units in its plans on former Rachel Forster site in Redfern.
A tale of three cities with economic growth distributed across the metropolis.
The Uniting Church and its partners in the Sydney Alliance are mounting a concerted campaign to bring Sydney’s soaring rentals back within the reach of people on lower incomes.
Dr Louise Crabtree from the University of Western Sydney’s Institute for Culture and Society described affordable housing as the “bridge” between public and private housing. There are many…
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