Launceston mother-of-two stuck in Tasmania's housing crisis limbo

Joshua Peach
Jack Needham
Updated November 24 2021 - 7:18am, first published 4:30am
NOWHERE LEFT: Stacey Lodge with daughters Scarlett Foon (5) and Kendyl Towns (8) in their campervan. Picture: Craig George
NOWHERE LEFT: Stacey Lodge with daughters Scarlett Foon (5) and Kendyl Towns (8) in their campervan. Picture: Craig George

With housing affordability continuing to shrink and the waitlist for housing assistance growing, Northern Tasmanians are being forced to take dire actions to ensure they have a safe place to sleep at night.

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Joshua Peach

Joshua Peach

Journalist

Got a story tip? Email me on joshua.peach@austcommunitymedia.com.au

Jack Needham

Jack Needham

Property News Editor

Jack has been writing about real estate since 2015, covering residential and commercial property markets throughout Australia for the likes of Smart Property Investment and Domain. He has also spent time in the United States researching real estate trends, with a focus on housing affordability issues, for the California Association of Realtors.

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