Transforming the Delivery of Housing: Forging new partnerships across the public/private divide
Queensland is in the grip of an unprecedented housing shortage. Whether for rental or purchase, whether high-, medium- or low-density, metro or regional, more housing is desperately needed to address the current demand.
Acknowledging the pressure this is having on the most vulnerable in our community, the Queensland Government’s June Budget included a record $1.9 billion in initiatives to increase the supply of social and affordable housing across the state.
Underpinned by the Housing Investment Fund, there is a newfound focus on partnerships across government, private and community housing providers, along with new ways of looking at traditional delivery models for social and affordable housing.
Join us to hear from the experts, as together we delve into the new strategies and investment models currently being explored to rapidly boost the supply of social and affordable housing across the state.
Patrick Lane-Mullins, Director Property and Building - Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane
Darren Scott, Acting Assistant Under Treasurer Commercial and Investment - Queensland Treasury
Rebecca Oelkers, CEO - Brisbane Housing Company