Speaker

Neale Walsh

Director, Customer Engagement – Government & Social Housing Solutions, Civica Pty Limited

 Neale Walsh
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Wednesday 28 August 2019
10.40am – 12.10pm

Civica Think Tank

Regeneration and Renewal: Transforming Communities

This session will explore different perspectives on renewing urban environments to improve housing options and create communities. Topics include public housing renewal programs, the impact of the built environment on refugee integration, and affordable, resilient and regenerative living. This session is spo... view
Wednesday 28 August 2019
3.30pm – 5.00pm

Civica Think Tank

Alternative Ownership Models

Engage in discussion on new and innovative pathways to home and land ownership. The emergence of crowdfunding investment platforms and other pioneering schemes look at how we can share equity and create home ownership opportunities for diverse groups of people. This session is spo... view
Thursday 29 August 2019
11.00am – 12.30pm

Civica Think Tank

Social Impact Investment

Quick fire presentations will help build the case for social impact investment to drive the delivery of affordable housing. A series of case studies will examine social impact bonds in action across Australia and what can be learned as industry and providers look to expand this investment model. This session is spo... view
Thursday 29 August 2019
1.30pm – 3.00pm

Civica Think Tank

Measuring Outcomes, Improving Tenancies

A series of case studies will focus on tenant wellbeing in the provision of social housing. Presenters will discuss how to measure impact, track results and improve processes and deliver a housing experience that puts tenants at the centre. This session is spo... view
Thursday 29 August 2019
3.30pm – 5.00pm

Civica Think Tank

Improving housing and accessibility for people with disability

Three key presentations will highlight the housing challenges faced by families and individuals living with a disability, the influence the NDIS is having on the current housing market and policy settings and how to achieve a model of universal housing design. Papers in this session have been co-authored by 1.Margaret Ward, Australian Network for Universal ... view