Housing: Where to from here?

Housing: Where to from here?

VIC
Sep 28
For registration information about this event please contact Jun Lee Sia on 03 9652 8414.CEDA's Housing Reform forum will hear from an expert panel of speakers discussing the big picture issues relating to the housing sector, public and social policy issues and the importance of getting land use and planning right. Early bird pricing available until 17 August - Book now

Event overview

Housing: Where to from here?

VIC
Sep 28

For registration information about this event please contact Jun Lee Sia on 03 9652 8414.

CEDA's Housing Reform forum will hear from an expert panel of speakers discussing the big picture issues relating to the housing sector, public and social policy issues and the importance of getting land use and planning right.

Early bird pricing available until 17 August - Book now

 

Speakers

 

 Public event
 28/09/2011
 CEDA Boardroom, Level 13, 440 Collins Street, Melbourne, VIC

 Property/Housing
 Half-day forum (8.00am to 2.00pm)

   

    

 
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OVERVIEW

With some of the world's most expensive properties, Australia's housing sector is never far from the headlines. The housing sector in Australia is exhibiting signs of a 'patchwork' economy - sluggish in some areas, and booming in others. The policy challenge is more significant than the mining boom as it involves issues of town planning and broader land supply constraints while demand is influenced by a wide range of economic and social policies. CEDA's Housing forum will take an all-encompassing look at the macroeconomic picture for the housing market, with a critical analysis of the public policy platforms that determine the condition of the sector. This will include the critical issue of town planning, the effectiveness of which is currently subject to review by the Ballieu Government with the establishment of the Urban Renewal Authority.

CEDA's Housing Reform forum will hear from an expert panel of speakers discussing the big picture issues relating to the housing sector, public and social policy issues and the importance of getting land use and planning right.

PROGRAM OUTLINE

Session 1 - A Macroeconomic Outlook for the Housing Sector
Phil Garton
, Manager Monetary and Fiscal Policy, The Treasury
Geordan Murray, Economist, Housing Industry Association

Session 2 - What is the role of Public and Social Policy in housing reform? - Panel Discussion
Julian Disney AO
, Director, Social Justice Project, University of New South Wales

Session 3 - Effective planning for better outcomes
Peter Clarke
, Chair (Incoming), VicUrban (Urban Renewal Authority)
Peter Seamer, Chief Executive Officer, Growth Areas Authority
Dr Ian Winter, Executive Director, Australian Housing Urban Research Institute (AHURI)

Keynote lunch address
Senator the Hon Mark Arbib, Minister for Social Housing and Homelessness

If you are interested in participating in this Forum please contact Sharon Braun on 03 9652 8409 to discuss sponsorship opportunities.

Registration fees (incl GST)

CEDA Members and Guests

Full conference
$295 per person
Lunch only
$170 per person

Non Members

Full conference
$450 per person
Lunch only
$280 per person

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