Survey calling for feedback on ‘liveable’ housing
Posted on: Fri 22 Dec 2017
A survey to find out what ‘liveable’ elements should be incorporated into standard housing design has been released.
A liveable home is designed and built to meet the changing needs of occupants and visitors across their lifetime and the life of the home.
This includes meeting the needs of people living with disability, people who are ageing, people with temporary injuries, carers, and families with young children.
Australian Network for Universal Housing Design Co-Convenor, Margaret Ward, explains the background behind the survey, the kind of feedback the Network is looking for and what they’re hoping to do with the survey results.
Produced by Lisa Burns
Image used with permission of SACOSS