2014 50+ Report

In 2014 COTA NSW conducted its second Consumer Survey of people aged 50 years and over. In part, this survey was provoked by the findings that emerged in our 2013 Consumer Survey, which suggested that a growing population of older people – primarily women – are struggling to obtain and retain secure, satisfactory housing. In the same period, staff at COTA NSW had been actively involved in a number of policy projects that also focused on housing - related issues including our Liveable Communities project, which sought to look in some detail at older people’s housing wants and needs. Together, these areas of focus helped to inform the shape and scope of the survey that gave rise to this report.

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Released: 28-Apr-2015

In 2014 COTA NSW conducted its second Consumer Survey of people aged 50 years and over. In part, this survey was provoked by the findings that emerged in our 2013 Consumer Survey, which suggested that a growing population of older people – primarily women – are struggling to obtain and retain secure, satisfactory housing. In the same period, staff at COTA NSW had been actively involved in a number of policy projects that also focused on housing - related issues including our Liveable Communities project, which sought to look in some detail at older people’s housing wants and needs. Together, these areas of focus helped to inform the shape and scope of the survey that gave rise to this report.

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