This project will examine what works, and what does not and for whom.

  • Project dates: 2018

The Private Rental Access Program (PRAP) is a relatively new initiative that foreshadows a likely increase in policy attention to the private rental market as a legitimate long-term housing option for disadvantaged households. Utilising administrative data and in-depth interview with PRAP participant’s, this project will examine what works, and what does not and for whom.

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Dr Juliet Watson

Dr Juliet Watson

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