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Fears of displacement as Park Towers earmarked for redevelopment

October 4th, 2023 - Brendan Rees

Dr Mohammed Ahmed, a public housing tenant at South Melbourne’s Park Towers, fears his life will be uprooted without a viable alternative if his building is knocked down at some as yet unspecified point during the next 30 years.

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Housing crisis prompts council action on short-stays

September 6th, 2023 - Sean Car

The City of Melbourne is the latest Victorian local council looking at doing what it can to mitigate the growing number of short-stay apartments in its municipality in a bid to open the market to more long-term renters in the city.

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Residents of high-rise tower plead for help as sewage leak overruns building

June 7th, 2023 - Brendan Rees

Residents of a housing commission tower in South Melbourne are pleading for action as a major sewage leak causes their building to be overrun with black mould, which they say has become “unbearable”.

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First “pop-up accommodation” reduces women’s homelessness

December 7th, 2022 - Sean Car

Melbourne’s first “pop-up accommodation” for women at risk of homelessness, The Lakehouse in South Melbourne, is undergoing further refurbishment to support even more women in need of housing. 

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Housing equality, a better future for all Australians

August 5th, 2021 - Southbank News

Housing All Australians Welcome to the last article of our 12-part series which will attempt to explore the role that housing can and should play within Australian society and why it is important to our economy that we house all Australians, rich or poor

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An investment simply too compelling not to pursue

June 9th, 2021 - Rob Pradolin

Housing All Australians Welcome to the 10th article of our 12-part series which will attempt to explore the role that housing can and should play within Australian society and why it is important to our economy that we house all Australians, rich or poor

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The need for clear rules on accessible housing

May 6th, 2021 - Rob Pradolin

Welcome to the ninth of our 12-part series, which will attempt to explore the role that housing can and should play within Australian society and why it is important to our economy that we house all Australians, rich or poor.

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Fishermans Bend key in affordable housing blitz

May 6th, 2021 - David Schout

Urban renewal in Fishermans Bend represents a “significant opportunity” to build large scale social and affordable housing in the next 10 years, according to the City of Melbourne.

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A big problem requires even bigger solutions

April 7th, 2021 - Rob Pradolin

Founder, Housing All Australians Welcome to the eighth of our 12-part series which will attempt to explore the role that housing can and should play within Australian society and why it is important to our economy that we house all Australians, rich or poor

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How do we solve a problem like rough sleeping?

March 11th, 2021 - Rob Pradolin

Housing All Australians Welcome to the seventh of our 12-part series which will attempt to explore the role that housing can and should play within Australian society and why it is important to our economy that we house all Australians, rich or poor

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Housing benefits every level of society

December 10th, 2020 - Southbank News
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