Inside Housing - November 22/2019

Please read the latest edition of our fortnightly newsletter, Inside Housing.

Inside this edition...

• The cost of the alleged corruption at the Department of Communities has impacted on many individuals and is a betrayal to all who work tirelessly, with limited resources, to deliver positive outcomes for those in housing need.
• The Assistant Minister for Community Housing, Homelessness and Community Service, Luke Howarth MP was in Perth to hear about the important role of the Aboriginal Community Housing sector.
• And Shelter WA is urging Energy Ministers to demonstrate a commitment to improving energy efficiency of existing homes.

Plus heaps more including, Shelter WA welcomes our new Chairperson in Kathleen Gregory and what difference would $323.6M make to the social and affordable housing system and homelessness services across WA?

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Shelter WA is an independent peak body, based in Perth Western Australia, that advocates for social and affordable housing and ending homelessness.

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