Below are original size images of maps printed in the September 2017 HousingWorks article by Shaun Walsh and Tony Gilmour: 'Tenure Trends: Local Factors in the Decline of Australian Social Housing' (pp.28-29). Tony Gilmour established Housing Action Network in 2012, and is a Life Member of the Australasian Housing Institute.

The maps have been created with Community Housing stakeholders in mind, displaying the increase/decrease in the proportion of housing supplied by Public, Community and Church housing tenancies in each LGA, between the 2011 and 2016 ABS Censuses. The changes were calculated using the 2011 data for each LGA as a baseline.

You can save or print a map by right mouse-clicking on it, but please be sure to credit Shaun Walsh for individual maps, or cite the original article with both Tony Gilmour and Shaun Walsh as co-authors.

 
 
Please Note:
1. The labels showing the degree of change in each LGA are rounded-up to the nearest whole decimal, while each LGA is assigned a colour, as described in the legend, based on the measure of change without rounding-up.
2. The LGA boundaries were current at the time of the 2016 Census. S
ome NSW Shires and Councils have been amalgamated into new Local Government Areas since the 2016 Census was conducted. It is unlikely the ABS will re-issue LGA data to take account of the new boundaries before the next Census.
3. Greater Metro areas displayed in the maps are based on the ABS Greater Capital City Statistical Areas, which are issued as part of the ASGS spatial framework for Australia. These represent the economic and social areas of people who regularly work, shop and socialise in the Capital City. It provides greater consistency of boundary criteria than each State's definition of their Capital City's Metro area.

Sources:
1. Australian Bureau of Statistics (2016), Australian Statistical Geographical Standard (ASGS) digital boundary files
2. Australian Bureau of Statistics (2017), Time-Series Datapack (modified by Shaun Walsh)