Projects, Research & Innovation

SLIC Past Research

NRAS Review of Government, Investor, Tanant & Management Outcomes December 2018
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“Housing Pathways and Futures NRAS Tenants Aspirations”
SLIC/NAHC and final year University of Queensland students are undertaking a capstone project: “Housing Pathways and Futures NRAS Tenants Aspirations” using NAHC and NRAS databases.
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ISSAC Regional Council Study
SLIC and Griffith University are undertaking a research study which undertakes a review of the Isaac Regional Council options on possible housing affordability supply and delivery
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National Rental Affordability Scheme Economic Study Phase 2
This study evaluated investor profile in NRAS, to measure the level of investor satisfaction, current & future investor activity in NRAS or a similar initiative.
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National Rental Affordability Scheme Economic Study
This study evaluated the economic and taxation implications of “National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS)”, for each type of dwelling delivered by NRAS to all levels of government
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Car Parking Legislation and Inner City Housing Affordability
This study investigates an case for the relaxation of minimum parking requirements covering median car ownership for households by age, location and socio demographic profile
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Creating Inclusive Communities
The objectives of this research was to identify potential planning mechanisms to improve the supply of affordable housing in targeted inner Brisbane urban renewal locations
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Managed Investment Trust and Build to Rent Initiatives
SLIC, Griffith University, & various other organisations are working on a project to develop financial models & possible policy options to align with MIT and Build to Rent
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Neighbourhood Governance
This study undertakes an Australian and International literature review of best practice in intergrated Neighbourhood Governance togerther with a number of case studies,
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Affordable Housing Economic Modelling
This study undertook a review of international/Australian work linked to finacial modelling & investment on social/low income housing, developing case stuides & financial models
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