Consultation on a Tasmanian Housing Strategy

Have your say on the direction of the Tasmanian Government's 20-year Housing Strategy by joining one of our upcoming online sessions.
Event Details
Location: Microsoft Teams
Date: 11am-12noon, Monday 26 September 2022 & 3pm-4pm, Monday 3 October 2022

The Tasmanian Government is preparing a 20-year Housing Strategy that addresses all aspects of the housing market with the objective of improving housing outcomes for all Tasmanians.

The Government are seeking input on a Discussion Paper that will inform the development of a draft strategy, to be released in early 2023 for consultation. The Discussion Paper includes guiding questions to inform your response.

TasCOSS is seeking input on key elements of the strategy from a broad community services perspective:

  • Affordability of housing, including support to attain and retain housing for people at all income levels and at all life stages.
  • Improving housing supply, especially of social and affordable housing.
  • Ensuring sustainability of housing, so it is fit for a changing environment, is energy efficient, and meets the needs of future generations.

TasCOSS are holding two online sessions to provide you with the opportunity to have your say. You can select a session to attend using the registration form below.

There will be another opportunity for input when the draft strategy is released early next year, so if you can’t come along to either of these sessions it won’t be your last chance for input. Please also feel free to contact if you’d like to contribute but can’t make either session.

TasCOSS Members: Free Admission

Details on how to join the Microsoft Teams session will be distributed following registration. 

Registration for Session 1 closes 5pm, Friday 23 September 2022. Registration for Session 2 closes 5pm, Friday 30 September 2022. For more information, please contact Dr Charlie Burton, Manager Policy, on (03) 6169 9514 or email Charlie.

Register to attend a consultation session on a Tasmanian Housing Strategy