Housing future communities /

Major concurrent session

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Wednesday 28 August 2019
11.00am – 12.30pm
Darwin Convention Centre

Can CHP’s deliver our social housing future?

According to recent modelling, Australia needs more than 700,000 new social housing properties in the next twenty years to meet growing demand. In this provocative session, community housing leaders will press the case for their skilled up sector to lead the development, construction and management of Australia’s social housing stock into the future.


This session is sponsored by:
AON

Speakers

Panellist

Rebecca Oelkers
Deputy Chief Executive Officer & Chief Operations Officer, BHC
Rebecca Oelkers is Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operations Officer for BHC and is also responsible for the Business Development and Strategic Projects functions at BHC. Rebecca has worked in the field of community and affordable housing for t... view
John McBryde
CEO & Company Secretary, Central Australian Affordable Housing
John is the Chief Executive Officer of the Central Australian Affordable Housing Company (CAAH) and Vice President of NT Shelter. John has over 20 years’ experience working with people and property across community and affordable housing, corporate real estate a... view
Wendy Hayhurst
CEO, Community Housing Industry Association (CHIA)
Wendy spent  was appointed in March 2019 as CEO at the Community Housing Industry Association (CHIA) the peak body representing not for profit community housing organisations across Australia.  Previously she led CHIA NSW  – the state peak -for four year... view
Charles Northcote
CEO, BlueCHP
As CEO of Blue CHP Limited, Charles brings over 25 years’ of senior leadership experience across a broad range of industries and countries including growing two organisations into global companies with sales exceeding a billion dollars. As the Chief Financi... view
Amy McDowell
Assistant Director - Social Housing Reform Housing and Infrastructure Division, Department of Health and Human Services
Amy has been the Assistant Director, Social Housing Reform in the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services since 2015. During this time, she has led social housing policy development in the Department, including f... view