Our new renting research is out today in this special edition of Housing Matters! Read the 2022 Moving On survey report to find out more about how tenancies end in South Australia and some comparisons with last year's findings. Plus our InDaily opinion piece. Renters are hurting!
Shelter SA is employing the same method we successfully applied prior to the 2018 South Australian election to seek commitments from our political parties and independents prior to the 2022 election. We have developed an Election Platform containing funding and policy requests with the objectives of improving housing outcomes and affordability for people living on
Shelter SA is preparing election asks in this election year 2021, ahead of the South Australian election in March 2022. Read the draft Shelter SA Election Platform 2022 and see the invitation to come along to our launch on 9 June. In the lead up to the last South Australian election we wrote to all political
The Shelter Moving On report is launched today! The first ever report shines a light on the experiences of private rental tenants, landlords and property managers across Australia to create a picture of how tenancies end in the private rental market and what changes are needed to make renting fairer. There is no available data set
Read our Shelter SA Empty Homes Project Report the latest research looking at empty homes in the City of Adelaide. There are enough empty homes, including student and tourist accommodation, to house everyone who is experiencing homelessness. Recommendations include collecting more accurate data in every local government area and ways to provide incentives for landlords
Today the National Rental Affordability Index was released showing that Adelaide continues to be the second least affordable city in Australia for renters living on low incomes. You can read the full report and view the interactive map in our media release.
In 2017, Shelter SA conducted a review of the rooming house sector and now provides an updated report looking at the lack of progress in relation to earlier recommendations and our recent interactions with rooming house owners.
This paper will describe the current residential tenancy bonds system and the issues related to it that raise questions about improvements and areas for further research as well as actions and recommendations for change.