This compares with Melbourne’s 1.1 per cent growth and Sydney’s 0.7 per cent, relying more on existing residents to have children, while others moved to Brisbane.
in Greater Brisbane, Ripley’s and Springfield Lakes Ipswich’s continued prosperity, and Logan’s Boronia Heights and Chambers Flat, and Pallara-Willawong area south of Brisbane.
The new data and development application comes amid a housing supply and affordability crisis seen by the State Government, Brisbane City Council and other stakeholders seek a short term fix.
This week the government confirmed it had dropped a proposal to convert a disused student unit at Griffith University into crisis accommodation because of cost. Instead, the $25 million will be used to purchase 64 homes across the state.