Queensland Housing Strategy
The Queensland Housing Strategy 2017-2027 is a 10-year framework driving key reforms and targeted investment across the housing continuum.
How we got here
Consultation discussion paper
In March 2016, we released the Working together for better housing and sustainable communities (PDF, 2.5MB) discussion paper, and kicked off a comprehensive state-wide community engagement and public consultation. We talked with communities and stakeholders across the state through face-to-face engagement sessions. We also collected your feedback through written submissions and online surveys.
In December 2016, we released the Housing Strategy Consultation Summary 2016 (PDF, 2MB). The summary captures feedback, insight and ideas from more than 1,870 Queenslanders interested in improving housing outcomes and building strong communities.
Who we consulted with
Young people, older people, families and people with a disability from across the state shared their housing experiences.
Academics, peak and representative bodies provided their insight and feedback. We also received written submissions from individuals, community groups, industry organisations, businesses and not-for-profit groups.
Locations visited during the consultation in 2016 (click on the image to view a larger size)
What you said
Health, safety, and amenity
- Reduce cost and promote ‘green’ design
- Design for climate
- Explore innovative housing options
- Create fair rent arrangements
Accessible and affordable homes
- Improve diversity of housing options
- Enable better planning and housing design
- Improve access
- Increase social housing
A fair and responsive housing assistance system
- Increase choice
- Overcome barriers to housing
- Better understand needs
- Improve person-centred support
Collaboration and innovation
- Support education and training
- Improve service delivery
- Improve cultural awareness
- Address home ownership in remote Queensland
- Better integrate services
- Use technology
Your feedback is helping us develop a strategy to respond to the housing challenges facing the state.