The Australian Housing Data Analytics Platform is a unique federated platform for the ingestion and management of digital data on housing and the built environment. It will allow rapid multi-scale complex modelling and simulation to address the pressing questions regarding housing provision and sustainability across Australia.
The Australian Housing Data Analytics Platform will provide housing researchers and planners with a transformative capability to objectively design and evaluate new policy and practice with regards to the future development of Australia’s urban conurbations, assisting in the driving of economic recovery, social inclusion and resilience across Australia’s $7 trillion housing market.
Who is this project for?
- AURIN urban research community
- Government (state and commonwealth)
- Private agencies
- The Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) research network
What does this project enable?
- This project brings together key Federal agencies responsible for researching and monitoring national housing and planning policy, a collaboration that will deliver a sustainable national governance model for Australia’s digital housing assets and provide researchers and policymakers with a prioritised set of nationally harmonised housing data
- Reductions in time and resource costs required to search, process, and implement data into advanced research and analytical models
- Opens new research possibilities into areas such as housing supply, affordability and diversity through making available nationally standardised and trusted datasets integrated at the parcel/lot level
- Giving researchers the ability to choose the most appropriate spatial resolution to undertake analyses
- City futures UNSW
- Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN)
- Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)
- National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation (NHFIC)
- FrontierSI – Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information