Partnering workshops | Partnering for Growth and Impact

We engaged with Q Shelter to present a series of workshops for representatives from the housing and homelessness sector across Queensland 2019.

The workshops offered the opportunity to:

  • help shape the Partnering for Impact and Partnering for Growth initiatives
  • understand how government, housing and homelessness services can work together
  • improve the delivery of person-centred and place-based services that meet the Queenslander’s needs.

What was covered

The workshops explored a range of ideas:

  • a single community housing model
  • tenancy sustainment and supportive tenancy management
  • new affordable housing settings
  • new operating and funding frameworks for community housing providers
  • opportunities to grow and renew the supply of social housing

Thank you to everyone who attended these events and provided their input.

You can view the presentations from these event below:

What’s next?

We’re continuing our consultation with the housing and homelessness sector and will throughout 2019.

We engaged with Q Shelter to present a series of workshops for representatives from the housing and homelessness sector across Queensland 2019.

The workshops offered the opportunity to:

  • help shape the Partnering for Impact and Partnering for Growth initiatives
  • understand how government, housing and homelessness services can work together
  • improve the delivery of person-centred and place-based services that meet the Queenslander’s needs.

What was covered

The workshops explored a range of ideas:

  • a single community housing model
  • tenancy sustainment and supportive tenancy management
  • new affordable housing settings
  • new operating and funding frameworks for community housing providers
  • opportunities to grow and renew the supply of social housing

Thank you to everyone who attended these events and provided their input.

You can view the presentations from these event below:

What’s next?

We’re continuing our consultation with the housing and homelessness sector and will throughout 2019.