Building for better lives / Conference sessions

Minor concurrent session

Friday 1 December 2017
9.00am – 10.30
Meeting room C2.2+2.3, ICC

MIN18: Land use planning, value capture and density – the keys to affordable housing supply

With the Federal Government linking planning regulations reform to the increase of housing supply under the new National Housing and Homelessness Agreement, this session will feature short presentations focussing on land-use planning approaches, such as inclusionary zoning and how to deliver real planning reform to help increase affordable housing supply.

Sponsored by Landcom

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Ms Kate Breen
Director, Affordable Development Outcomes
Kate is passionate about supporting the development of approaches and partnerships that result in an increase in the supply of quality affordable housing and more sustainable, liveable and equitable communities. As Director of Affordable Development Outcomes, Kate works with government... view
Ms Stephanie Hall
Infrastructure & Urban Renewal, PwC
Stephanie is a passionate urban planner, leading the PwC Cities Team in the areas of housing, placemaking and strategic planning. Stephanie works with all teams across PwC nationally to bring together the wide expertise to tackle our city’s issues. Stephanie h... view
Ms Janet Chappell
Housing Policy Manager, Landcom
Janet is Housing Policy Manager at Landcom currently working on housing affordability and diversity, design and development of affordable and market housing across the organisations projects. She has a Bachelor of Planning and Design (Architecture) and Bachelor of Architecture (Hons) fr... view
Dr Shann Turnbull
Co-founding member, New Garden Cities Alliance
Dr Shann Turnbull obtained an MBA from Harvard and became a serial entrepreneur founding a number of enterprises including two public mutual funds and three listed companies. In 1971 he initiated and became a founding author in 1975 of t... view


Ms Nicola Foxworthy
Program Director, Common Equity Housing
Nicola Foxworthy is Program Director at Common Equity Housing Limited (CEHL), Victoria’s largest registered Housing Association. CEHL partners with member co-operatives to deliver an effective, sustainable housing program that empowers people, and builds strong communities. Nicola also chairs the Affordable Housing Industry Adviso... view