To be sustainable and achieve the best outcomes for all stakeholders, it is critical that we are able to evolve and adapt to change as implementation progresses.
The following approaches will be developed over the next 12 months to ensure flexibility is built into the implementation process:
- Housing supply and investment coordination focusing on Strategy 1: housing market
- Prevention Plan focusing on Strategy 2: affordable housing
- Integration Plan focusing on Strategy 4: homelessness and support services
- Modernisation Plan focusing on Strategy 5: social housing
Each plan will respond to Strategy 3 to ensure a joined up system that enables pathways. Each of the key plans will require collaboration and contribution from all stakeholders across the housing sector.
An Aboriginal Housing Strategy will also be delivered by SA Housing
Authority at the end 2020 to address the housing aspirations and challenges faced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
The Strategy will be reviewed annually to ensure it is monitored, evaluated and adjusted as additional data becomes available and conditions change.
Key partners and stakeholders involved in the housing ecosystem will be part of the review process to ensure collaboration is occurring successfully and that expectations are being met.
Responsibilities of key partners in South Australia’s housing ecosystem are listed below.
|Government of South Australia|
Community Sector |
(including community housing providers, providers of supported accommodation and crisis shelters)
Through transparent collaboration between the private, non-government and government sectors and the wider community, this Strategy is the response to the changing housing needs of South Australians over the next 10 years. While the systematic change will be implemented in the years to 2030, the effects will be enjoyed for generations of South Australians to come.