The Sustainable Living Infrastructure Consortium (SLIC) has a continuous program of initiatives (project, research and innovation) . The following are those initiatives which have been completed. Full documentation and linkages of these initiatives can be found on this website in the “Projects, Research & Innovation” area.


  1. National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS) Economic Study
  2. ‍National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS) Investor Satisfaction Study
  3. National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS) Tenant Satisfaction Study
  4. National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS) Tenant Aspirations (2 studies)
  5. National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS) A review of various NRAS surveys for dissemination to Government
  6. Rethinking Social Housing: Effective, Efficient, Equitable
  7. Valuing Social Housing
  8. Australian Economic Data Which Potentially Impacts on Housing Affordability, Accessibility and Value
  9. Social Impact Investment
  10. Housing Affordability Policy and Measures in Brisbane (Volume 1 and 2)
  11. Review of Literature and Choice of An Affordability Measure for Inner Brisbane and   Beyond
  12. Neighbourhood Governance and Place Making
  13. Car Parking Impact on Housing Affordability in Melbourne
  14. Build to Rent in Australia
  15. Shared Equity Housing in Australia
  16. City Deals/Affordable Housing Policy Enabler Project
  17. Isaac Regional Council Study
  18. Housing Careers and affordability
  19. Build to Rent Enabler Analysis
  20. Submission to APRA on Community Housing Investment Risk: an International analysis
  21. A review of international and Australia water supply and economic impacts
  22. An international Literature Review of BtR financial models
  23. A review of assumptions used  in Shared Equity home ownership models
  24. Brisbane Housing Affordability- inner city Vs Suburbs
  25. Build to Rent Literature Review
  26. Housing Affordability South Pacific Islands
  27. Build to Rent Taxation Impacts
  28. Literature review of secondary data in social housing finance
  29. Literature review of institutional investment in housing internationally and in Australia
  30. Creating Creative Communities

‍Student Projects

Two architectural competition projects involving universities from Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney and Melbourne addressing disability and affordable housing

Research Symposium

Research symposiums covering various issues on housing supply, finance and affordability