ANUHD requested that that the ABCB make submissions to the Regulatory Impact Assessment publicly available on their website. This request was refused.
Responses from State and Territory Ministers on Building Ministers Forum onthe interface between State and Territory planning mechanisms and the National Construction Code.
In response to the Accessible Housing Options Paper ANUHD submits to ABCB that Gold Level will be required in NCC.
Responses from State and Territory Ministers on Building Ministers Forum on their commitment to the 2020 target and the inacuracies in the Attorney General’s draft report to the UN.
Australian Network for Universal Housing Design contests the findings under Issue 11—Targets for Universal Housing Design in Australia’s Combined Second and Third Periodic Report under the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD).
ANUHD Survey report released. From October 2017 to February 2018 ANUHD invited people to share their opinions on how COAG should meet their commitment to the 2020 target.
Disability Discrimination Commissioner calls for accessible housing for all.
BMF is ambivalent about the 2020 target, although they support a RIA process.
COAG,through its Building Ministers Forum, directs the Australian Building Codes Board to perform a Regulatory Impact Assessment for access in private housing. The RIA will examine the silver and gold performance levels.
ANUHD finds that States and Territory Governments have no reliable mechanisms to identify the take-up of universal design in housing in the private sector.
Building Ministers Forum propose to COAG that a national Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) be undertaken as soon as possible to consider applying a minimum accessibility standard for private dwellings in Australia.
Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Community Affairs
(Delivery of outcomes under the 2010-2020 National Disability Strategy to build inclusive and accessible communities).
Proposal for Change to the Australian Building Codes Board to provide access in all new housing.
Proposal to Standards Australia to review AS4299 to align with the 2010-2020 National Disability Strategy.
Report on the progress of the National Dialogue on Universal Housing Design found that the the housing industry had failed to show signs of voluntary transformation to meet COAG’s 2020 target.
COAG supports the National Dialogue’s 2020 target of all new housing providing an agreed level of access in all new housing in the 2010-2020 National Disability Strategy.
National Dialogue on Universal Housing Design agrees to pursue an aspirational target that all new homes will be of an agreed Universal Housing Design standard by 2020.