Housing Affordability is a crucial ingredient in connected urban density.
All new mixed-use neighbourhoods should feature intrinsic inclusive housing to harness funding opportunities and as part of future social value. This social complexity enriches neighbourhood life and contributes to the lasting value of each place and society as a whole.
Intensified densities can improve the viability of neighbourhood services while also funding the capital cost of subsidised rental housing stock. Integrated Place by Place thinking and design localises issues of supply and demand, catalyses delivery programs and particularises social and cultural considerations.
The Housing Affordability ‘Place by Place Forum’ looks at anchoring the opportunities in each new local place through the dimensions of governance, policy, design, partnerships and investment. It explores site specific typologies in greenfield, urban renewal and infill developments with a range of local and international speakers presenting case studies and sharing their expertise.
This forum of local and international speakers will present case studies and share their expertise. It will explore a range of models for housing which consider design, management and theory of place-by-place thinking.
This event is delivered as part of the BIG IDEAS IN PLACE: Place Leaders Asia Pacific Conference 2017: https://www.vividsydney.com/event/ideas/big-ideas-place-place-leaders-asia-pacific-conference-2017