Policy, Research & International

Housing and the Built Environment (HBE) SIG

New Special Interest Group for 2016

Housing and the Built Environment Special Interest Group (HBESIG) is a new SIG that was approved in the June 2016 Board meeting.

The purpose of the HBESIG is:

  • To facilitate opportunity for exchange and collaboration between researchers, practitioners and service providers with an interest in housing and built environment research and practice.
  • To share knowledge, expertise, and interest in housing and built environment research and practice.
  • To identify future housing and built environment research directions, through the intersection of service providers, practitioners and researchers.
  • To provide advice to inform AAG’s advocacy position in relation to the diverse housing needs and desires of older Australians; and the impact of the built environment on the independence, health, wellbeing and quality of life of older Australians.

Key Contacts

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Related

You can’t have home care if you don’t have a home” - a look at the intersection between housing and aged care in later life - Webinar - AAG members can access this recording and slides in the members only section

The Built Environment - Planning for an Ageing Society

Paul Pholeros: Architect behind best practice for Indigenous housing dies aged 62

AAG submission to the Victorian Parliament Inquiry into Retirement Housing

COTA Australia National Policy Forum 2017 on AAA Housing for Older Australians - links to power point presentations

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