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***EMBARGOED BRIEFING*** Rental Affordability Index to reveal disturbing regional NSW trends

National Shelter - SGS Economics & Planning < 1 mins read

MEDIA ALERT

***EMBARGOED BRIEFING***

*FOR PLANNING PURPOSES*

 

Rental Affordability Index to reveal disturbing regional NSW trends 

 

Journalists covering regional NSW communities are invited to join a strictly embargoed zoom briefing to unpack region-specific trends in rental affordability at 13:30 Thursday, 9 November. Journalists will have time to ask questions at the end of the briefing.

 

The embargo for the annual National Shelter-SGS Economics & Planning Rental Affordability Index lifts on Tuesday 14 November 2023.

 

What: Embargoed zoom briefing on regional NSW Rental Affordability Index results

Who: Emma Greenhalgh, CEO of National Shelter, John Engeler CEO of Shelter NSW, Ellen Witte, Principal at SGS Economics & Planning 

When: 13:30 -13:50 Thursday, 9 October

Registration: Please email nick@hortonadvisory.com.au to register and receive the zoom link and embargoed materials.

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