Harnessing innovative solutions from government, industry and the wider housing community to tackle Australia’s housing crisis
The 5th annual Affordable Housing Development Summit co-located with the Australian Build-to-rent forum will be taking place in Melbourne from 28-30 August.
The event brings together government, housing providers, developers, investors and the wider housing community to explore the most innovative solutions and effective delivery models to tackle Australia’s housing crisis.
In today’s housing market, nearly 1.3 million Australian households are unable to access market housing or experience rental stress. This number is expected to rise to 1.7 million households by 2025.
To make affordable housing a reality, there is a need to explore evidence-based solutions and practical ways to create replicable, sustainable and affordable housing delivery models which can be scaled across the nation.
Therefore, the team at The Affordable Housing Developing Summit is delighted to announce the participation of three international speakers from the UK who bring their knowledge and depth of experience in affordable housing development and build-to-rent funding and development to this year’s conference. They will provide a detailed context of the UK Housing market and the various housing and funding models implemented to overcome the housing crisis and how Australia could implement them to similar success.
Pre-Conference Day: 28 August 2018 (Melbourne)
The Build-to-rent forum brings together developers, investors and the property sector to explore opportunities and overcome challenges in advancing Build-to-rent in Australia.The Build-to-rent sector is emerging as a $300b market in Australia. Well-established in the US and UK, this asset class could very well offer a solution to the current affordable housing crisis.
Attend the forum to:
- Learn how to create a successful build-to-rent scheme
- Understand differentiating factors in funding and developing projects
- Leverage best practices from international experts
- Hear about local BTR projects
- Leverage solutions to expand the sector in Australia
Who Should Attend
Executives with an interest in the emerging Build-to-Rent market, including:
Investors, Developers, Superfunds, Banks, Fund managers, Housing associations, Government, Legal firms, Consultants and Contractors