Forum Highlights

Affordable Housing - Leaders in Attendance

  • John Alexander OAM, MP
    Federal Member for Bennelong
  • Philip Fagan-Schmidt
    Executive Director, Housing SA
  • Chris Johnson
    Chief Executive Officer, Urban Taskforce
  • Stephanie Hall
    Urban Planner, Infrastructure and Urban Renewal, PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Amy Brown
    Partner, Infrastructure Advisory, PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Alexander Symes
    Director, ASA & Co-founder, Big World Homes
  • Cho Im Sik
    Assistant Professor, National University Singapore
  • Mark Turner
    Chairman, Bridge Housing
  • Professor David Adamson, OBE
    Research and Development Manager, Compass Housing Services, Newcastle, NSW
  • Danika Wright
    Lecturer, The University of Sydney

7 Reasons Why You Cannot Miss This Conference

  1. Hear from Cross Industries Experts on Overcoming the Challenges in Affordable Housing
  2. Optimize Policies on Affordable Housing with Effective State and Regulation Measures
  3. Uncover Innovative Housing Design and New Technologies that Reduce Home Ownership Costs
  4. Seize Valuable Insights through Local International and Local Case Studies in the Delivery of Affordable Housing – Singapore & Switzerland
  5. Inform of the Latest Developmenst in Australia Affordable Housing from the Government and Industry Experts
  6. Nail the Opportunities to Refine Your Organization’s Strategies through Understanding the Latest Reforms in Delivering Affordable Housing
  7. Gain Insights on the Various Funding Mechanisms Available in Expediting the Delivery of Affordable Housing in Australia

Conference in a Nutshell

DAY 1: WEDNESDAY, 19 JULY 2017

  • Keynote Address: The Future of Affordable and Social Housing in Australia
  • The Economic Benefits of Property Investment
  • Lightning Talk: Innovative Funding Vehicles to Australia Affordable Housing
  • Panel Discussion: Curbing the Housing Affordability Crisis through Supply or Demand?

DAY 2: THURSDAY,20 JULY 2017

  • International Case Study: A Glimpse into Singapore’s Public Housing Policy
  • Pre-fab Housing – The New Green in Expediting the Delivery of Affordable Housing?
  • Flat-pack Housing in Affordability Housing – Rethinking “Space” and “Wealth”
  • Developing a Policy and Funding Framework For Social and Affordable Housing in Australia

DAY 3: FRIDAY, 21 JULY 2017 – POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS: 

  • Workshop A: Delivering Innovations and Developments In Shared Ownership in Affordable Housing
  • Workshop B: Positioning Communities for Institutional Financing