Report on Government Services 2017
Housing and homelessness
The Housing and homelessness volume G includes performance reporting for Housing and Homelessness.
It also includes a sector overview for Housing and homelessness. This volume was released on 24 January 2017.
Please note: An errata was released with this volume (see below) reflecting updates to files for chapter 18.
Download the full volume
- Volume G: Housing and Homelessness (PDF - 7485 Kb)
- Volume G: Housing and Homelessness (Word/ZIP - 1290 Kb)
Download the sector overview
The sector overview provides an introduction to the Housing (chapter 18) and Homelessness services (chapter 19) chapters of this Report. It provides an overview of the housing and homelessness sector, presenting both contextual information and high level performance information.
- Overview G Housing and Homelessness and attachment tables (PDF - 1295 Kb)
- Overview G Attachment tables (XLSX - 2170 Kb)
Chapter 18 Housing
The following data for 2016 have changed:
- Proportion of public housing tenants rating amenity aspects as important and meeting their needs
- All households
- All households
- Indicator Framework
- Indigenous Data
This sector overview is based on a sector performance indicator framework and is made up of the following elements:
- Sector objectives — three sector objectives are a précis of the key objectives of housing and homelessness services and reflect the outcomes in the National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA).
- Sector-wide indicators — three sector-wide indicators relate to the overarching service sector objectives.
- People are able to rent housing that meets their needs
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have improved amenity and reduced overcrowding
- People who are homeless or at risk of homelessness achieve sustainable housing and social inclusion
- Low income households in rental stress
- Appropriateness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander housing
- Australians who are homeless
Service-specific performance indicator frameworks
Performance indicator data for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in this chapter are available in the attachment tables listed below. Contextual data and further supporting information can be found in the chapter.
|Table number||Table title|
|Table GA.5||Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander households living in overcrowded conditions, by housing program|
|Table GA.6||Proportion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander households living in dwellings of an acceptable standard, 2016|
|Table GA.7||Proportion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander households living in dwellings of an acceptable standard, Indigenous community housing (per cent)|