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Smashing myths on reasons for public housing evictions | The Stringer


Smashing myths on reasons for public housing evictions | The Stringer: by The Stringer
July 20th, 2019
Gerry Georgatos – The Department of Communities Western Australia which incorporates public housing in its regime recently suggested in the media that disruptive behaviour is one of the major underwriters to the Department’s alarmingly high eviction rate of public housing tenants. Wrong.

Western Australia has the nation’s highest eviction rate of public housing tenants. Victoria has less than half the eviction toll from its public housing compared to Western Australia. Victoria has more than twice the number of public houses compared to Western Australia.

Social housing is where after our homeless citizens, our nation’s poorest and most vulnerable citizens live.

Let us set the record straight.

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