Affordable Housing Strategy

Consultation for this project has now closed and the feedback is being reviewed. Subscribe to this page for updates.


Share your views on safe, secure and affordable housing options for our community.

Wyndham City is undertaking a project to explore and understand the issue of Affordable Housing need in our community and to consider how we might facilitate the delivery of new Affordable Housing opportunities as part of our vision to support a sustainable and diverse community.


What is “affordable housing”?

The Victorian Government defines affordable housing as:

"Housing that is appropriate for the housing needs of very low, low and moderate-income households."

Affordable Housing refers to housing that is available for rent or purchase to lower to moderate income households at price (whether mortgage repayments or rent) that ensures the household can also meet other essential basic living costs.

There are many types of Affordable Housing ranging from specialised supported accommodation to long-term community or public housing, other forms of private affordable rental housing and specific affordable home ownership programs.


Have your say

We want to understand your views on this topic. Completing the survey will assist us in determining priority areas and actions that we can focus on for all residents to have a safe, secure and affordable home.

Please share your views by taking part in our online survey below. The survey should take approximately ten minutes to complete and closes on Friday 29 November 2019.

All responses are confidential and findings will be reflected in a Draft Affordable Housing Strategy that we will be made available for community feedback.

Please note, you will need to register to this site or login before using the online engagement tools.

Consultation for this project has now closed and the feedback is being reviewed. Subscribe to this page for updates.


Share your views on safe, secure and affordable housing options for our community.

Wyndham City is undertaking a project to explore and understand the issue of Affordable Housing need in our community and to consider how we might facilitate the delivery of new Affordable Housing opportunities as part of our vision to support a sustainable and diverse community.


What is “affordable housing”?

The Victorian Government defines affordable housing as:

"Housing that is appropriate for the housing needs of very low, low and moderate-income households."

Affordable Housing refers to housing that is available for rent or purchase to lower to moderate income households at price (whether mortgage repayments or rent) that ensures the household can also meet other essential basic living costs.

There are many types of Affordable Housing ranging from specialised supported accommodation to long-term community or public housing, other forms of private affordable rental housing and specific affordable home ownership programs.


Have your say

We want to understand your views on this topic. Completing the survey will assist us in determining priority areas and actions that we can focus on for all residents to have a safe, secure and affordable home.

Please share your views by taking part in our online survey below. The survey should take approximately ten minutes to complete and closes on Friday 29 November 2019.

All responses are confidential and findings will be reflected in a Draft Affordable Housing Strategy that we will be made available for community feedback.

Please note, you will need to register to this site or login before using the online engagement tools.

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    This survey asks for your views and experiences in relation to housing affordability and specifically Affordable Housing.

    Your responses will help us to determine what areas and actions we need to focus on in the future to ensure all residents have a safe, secure and affordable home.

    This survey asks for your views and experiences in relation to housing affordability and specifically Affordable Housing.

    Your responses will help us to determine what areas and actions we need to focus on in the future to ensure all residents have a safe, secure and affordable home.

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