The Housing and Homelessness Ministerial Council (Ministerial Council) met at Australian Parliament House in Canberra on 20 November 2023.
More Canberrans will enjoy the benefits of energy-efficient homes with a $35.2 million partnership to upgrade over 5,000 public homes across the national capital.
Hundreds of Australians have already taken the opportunity to have their say on the future of housing as the Albanese Government continues development of the National Housing and Homelessness Plan.
The Albanese Government has delivered on its commitment to Australians with tomorrow marking the start of the $10 billion Housing Australia Future Fund.
More people in New South Wales will have access to their own home with a $6.2 million redevelopment of residential dwellings in Riverwood - the first project in the state announced under the Federal Government’s Social Housing Accelerator payment.
The Albanese Labor Government’s landmark legislation to deliver the single biggest investment in affordable and social housing in more than a decade has passed the Parliament.
The Albanese Government is set to deliver the single biggest investment in social and affordable housing in more than a decade, with welcome new support today for the Housing Australia Future Fund meaning the legislation is set to pass the Senate later this week.
The Albanese Labor Government is continuing to implement its ambitious housing reform agenda, today taking a significant step forward in the development of a new National Housing and Homelessness Plan.
The Minister for Housing Julie Collins today unveiled three new purpose built social housing dwellings in New Norfolk, Tasmania, delivered by the Supported Affordable Accommodation Trust (SAAT).
The Albanese Labor Government will partner with the NSW Minns Government on a targeted approach to connect people receiving social housing assistance with education, training, and work opportunities.
Today the Albanese Government announces a new $2 billion Social Housing Accelerator to deliver thousands of new social homes across Australia.
The Albanese Government will help deliver more social and affordable rental homes across Australia with an additional $2 billion in financing now available from 1 July 2023.
A new $32 million partnership between the Federal and NSW Governments will help deliver new social and affordable homes for more than 100 people in North Parramatta.
The Albanese Government has helped more than 50,000 Australians into home ownership in the 12 months since the election.
The Albanese Government's second Budget will enable billions of dollars of investment in new social and affordable housing, incentivise new long-term rentals and provide additional support for low-income renters during difficult times.
The Housing and Homelessness Ministerial Council (Ministerial Council) met at the Australian Parliament House in Canberra on 3 May 2023.
The Albanese Government welcomes new support for the Housing Australia Future Fund from the Jacqui Lambie Network and calls on all Senators to back this important investment in social and affordable rental housing.
Canberran women facing rental stress or at risk of homelessness will soon have a path to home ownership through an innovative Build-to-Rent-to-Buy pilot program backed by the Federal and ACT Governments.
The Albanese Labor Government will help more Australians into home ownership sooner through a significant expansion of criteria for the Home Guarantee Scheme.
The Albanese Labor Government is taking a number of actions in next month’s Budget to improve the supply of rental housing, including to support more social and affordable rental housing.