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**MEDIA ALERT** Rental affordability hitting all time lows across the nation

National Shelter - SGS Economics & Planning < 1 mins read

National Shelter and SGS Economics & Planning will hold a press conference today with independent ACT Senator David Pocock on the 2023 Rental Affordability Index showing rental affordability hitting all time lows across Australia.

When: 9.30am - 9.50am Tuesday, 14 November 2023

Who: SGS Economics & Planning Principal Ellen Witte, National Shelter CEO Emma Greenhalgh and independent ACT Senator David Pocock 

Where: Mural Hall, Australian Parliament House, Canberra

What: Findings of the 2023 National Shelter and SGS Economics and Planning Rental Affordability Index to be released on Tuesday morning. 

For more information, contact Georgie Moore on 0477 779 928

 

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