Acknowledgments omitted. Australians deserve a housing system that is well‑supplied and well‑functioning.
This week our nation is once again marking Homelessness Week. Across the country Homelessness Week is a time for reflection and a time for action.
As I said back in February – and on countless occasions since – we don’t have enough homes. We need to build more of the right homes in the right places.
Everyone gathered here today would be well aware that Australia is facing a significant number of housing and homelessness challenges, with real consequences for individuals and families.
Opportunity was a strong theme underpinning last week’s Budget.
It’s not often I get to talk about all my portfolio responsibilities at the one conference.
Introduction I am grateful for the opportunity to speak with you all today.
The National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation – NHFIC – has done an important job with the State of the Nation’s Housing report.
I’ve had the honour of meeting some amazing small business people in recent months.
I am delighted to join you today at the launch of an ESG Reporting Standard for Australian Community Housing.
Today marks a turning point. With the Bills I introduce today, this government is turning the page on a wasted decade of national housing policy in Australia.
Today we are here to launch the report, A Stark Reality. The word ‘stark’ is spot on. The stark reality is that the nation is at a critical turning point.
Acknowledgments omitted. Thank you for the invitation to join you today.
Acknowledgments omitted. Housing and a sense of home is a basic human need, and housing is fundamental to the wellbeing of all Australians.