Capitalise on the endless untapped opportunities in affordable housing

marcus evans is proud to host the Affordable Housing Australasia conference in the Crowne Plaza Melbourne Hotel Melbourne on the 14th – 16th of November 2016. The conference will create a one stop shop for all stakeholders to discuss and deliberate on the challenges facing them and brainstorm innovative ideas by generating sustainable practices that are proven in the development of housing.

This dual streamed event will highlight case studies from some of the finest and at the same time provide an excellent networking platform for the public and private sectors, global professionals and industry leaders who are all directly involved with the growth and development of affordable housing.

Day 1 and 2 of the event will be packed with expert presentations and insightful discussions from the Urban Renewal & Community Development stream as well as the Housing Finance stream. The event will conclude on day 3 with an exclusive post-conference workshop on Capacity Building which will be facilitated by Amy Brown, Partner in PwC Sydney.

Some of the speakers on the expert panel include Adrian Pisarski Executive Director of National Shelter, John Nicolades CEO of Bridge Housing, Allen Kong Principal of Allen Kong Architect, Greg Budworth CEO of Compass Housing, Professor Jeremy Gorelick Affordable Housing / Municipal Finance Senior Advisor at United Nations, Dr. Tim Williams CEO of Committee for Sydney, Dr. David O’Brien Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning of The University of Melbourne and Kate Breen Director at Affordable Development Outcomes among others.

This event is supported by National Shelter and the International Project Finance Association (IPFA).

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