Childcare

The Rise of Alternative Real Estate in Asia Pacific: Private Education Gets Top Marks from Investors
JLL
July 2017

Interest in alternative real estate is growing momentum across Asia Pacific. In JLL’s latest report they look at why the Education Sector is an opportunity for investors looking for asset diversification and risk-adjusted returns. The education sector offers great opportunity whatever your investment strategy: from different market segments and geographies to OpCo/ PropCo investment.

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New Frontiers as Alternative Real Estate Gains Momentum in Australia
JLL
July 2018

As competition tightens in core sectors, investors are looking to Alternative real estate to seek asset diversification and risk-adjusted returns.

JLL’s latest report explores why these non-traditional real estate sectors – from data centres, agriculture to aged care facilities and student housing – have become increasingly popular in Australia, and what the opportunities are for local and offshore investors and developers.

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Early Childhood and Child Care in Summary Report
Department of Education and Training
September Quarter 2017

The Early Childhood and Child Care in Summary report presents information on the numbers of children and families using approved child care, the costs of care and the numbers and types of child care services in Australia.

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Childcare Market Update
Charter Keck Cramer
February 2018

This Charter Market Insight considers a number of these supply and demand factors and provides an update on the market for child care property.

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Working parents: our jobs are flexible, so why can’t our childcare be?
World Economic Forum
29 November 2016

Say “infrastructure” and you might think of roads. Or perhaps pipes. Pipes carrying water, gas, electricity. Buses carrying commuters to work. Cables, concrete, bridges, tunnels.

There’s another kind of infrastructure, though, which is equally essential. It’s infrastructure that is fundamental to the rest of the economy. In particular, it’s critical to enable the economic participation of women. It’s childcare infrastructure: the formal paid systems or loose family networks that allow women at the peak of their economic and fertile capacity to work. Without childcare infrastructure, half the populace is effectively prevented from full participation in economic, social and public life.

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Report On Government Services – Early Childhood Education And Care
Australian Government
January 2016

Each year, the Australian Government releases the Report on Government Services (RoGS) which provides information on the equity, effectiveness and efficiency of government services in Australia. This chapter from the Report on Government Services reports on the performance of early childhood education and care (ECEC) services, which comprises child care and preschool services.

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Economic Impact Of Proposed Child Care Subsidies 
PwC
February 2016 

Goodstart Early Learning commissioned PwC to model the economic impacts of the proposed CCS. The economic impact analysis in this report establishes a whole of life-cycle value of the economy-wide return of investing in quality ECEC. This was achieved by analysing the impact of the expected reduction in out of pocket ECEC costs out to 2050.

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