CEDA research release: Housing Australia

CEDA research release: Housing Australia

NSW
Sep 1
CEDA welcomes the Hon. Chris Bowen, Shadow Treasurer, Federal Member for MacMahon to update members on the latest research and policy priorities for housing affordability.

Speakers

The Hon. Chris Bowen MP, Shadow Treasurer, Federal Member for McMahon
Amy Brown, Partner, Infrastructure and Urban Renewal, PwC
Andrew Whitson, Group Executive and Chief Executive Officer - Residential, Stockland
Jeremy Thorpe, Partner, Economics and Policy and Office Managing Partner Canberra, PwC

Event overview

CEDA’s latest research release will seek to provide a comparison of the local housing market compared to international comparators, drivers of supply and demand, and the consequences of intergenerational inequity in home ownership.

  • Coinciding with the release of this research, CEDA’s release event in Sydney will consider:
    The implications of the current monetary policy regime and other government policies such as negative gearing on house prices and housing affordability;
  • Affordable housing –  assessing various models for the provision of affordable housing such as social housing and affordable rental schemes;
  • Intergenerational inequity – the implication of lower home ownership rates among younger Australians, rising wealth inequality, renting implications and rental affordability standards;
  • How mixed use developments address challenges associated with transport connectivity and provision of services.

All attendee’s will receive a copy of CEDA’s report, Housing Australia.

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Chris Bowen MP
Shadow Treasurer, Federal Member for McMahon

Meet the speakers

Amy Brown
Partner, Infrastructure and Urban Renewal, PwC

Andrew Whitson
Group Executive and Chief Executive Officer - Residential, Stockland

Jeremy Thorpe
Partner, Economics and Policy and Office Managing Partner Canberra, PwC

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