Steve Bevington

Managing Director, Community Housing Limited Group

 Steve Bevington

Steve Bevington has been involved in the development and management of affordable and community housing for over 40 years including development of cooperative housing in London, Chairmanship of London Borough of Camden Council Housing Authority, Housing Cooperative Programs in Victoria in the 1980’s to his present role as the Managing Director of Community Housing Ltd (CHL) Group of Companies.

Steve has lead CHL from a one worker organisation to business operations into three of the four regions of the world which harbour extreme poverty. CHL has over 11,000 properties under management in Australia making it the largest community housing provider in the country with operations across six states and nearly 300 staff delivering services to those most disadvantaged.

CHL is engaging in affordable housing deveopment in Timor Leste, Papua New Guinea, Rwanda, Indonesia, Chile, Peru and India.

He is one of Australia’s leading experts on housing affordability and is on the board of Community Housing Industry Association (CHIA), Australia’s peak body for community housing and is a key contributor to policy advocacy on housing affordability.

CHL has a strong commitment to housing those on low to moderate incomes, Aboriginal and Torres strait Islander Peoples and those with high and complex needs who have been disadvantaged in the market place.

Alongside this CHL has a strong commitment to community development, training and employment creation in the provision of housing.

Related sessions
Tuesday 27 August 2019
5.00pm – 7.00pm
Wharf One Food & Wine, 3/19 Kitchener Dr, Darwin Waterfront
Cost: included in full and Wednesday registrations

Social activity

Community Housing Limited Official Welcome Reception

Join us as we launch the NHC 2019 with a cocktail function with stunning views of the Darwin promenade. Renew old friendships, make new acquaintances, enjoy local food and wine, discuss challenges and celebrate achievements made over the year. Sponsored ... view
Thursday 29 August 2019
11.00am – 12.30pm

Minor concurrent session

Supporting employment opportunities

This session examines leading programs from across the country that combine stable housing with training, education and employment pathways to support better outcomes for ... view