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DAY 1 – MONDAY 25 NOVEMBER
Community of Practice Meetings - QT
11.00am-4.30pm People & Culture CoP - QT
11.00am-4.30pm Disability Housing CoP - QT
11.00am-4.30pm National Compliance CoP - QT
11.00am-4.30pm Operations Roundtable – QT
6.45pm-8.30pm Parliamentary Welcome Reception - Mural Hall – Australian Parliament House
9.15pm CEO, Principal Supporters, International guests meet and greet - QT Skyline Lounge
DAY 2 - TUESDAY 26 NOVEMBER
Annual Member Exchange – QT
- 7:00am - Registration desk opens with Light Breakfast and Coffee Cart - QT
- 7:30am - Plenary - Federal Budget Ministerial Agenda and CoreLogic Affordable Housing Report
- 8:15am - Plenary - Chair's welcome and Welcome to Country,
- 9:15am - Keynote Plenary - Building Resilient Communities - Matthew Bailes - Group Chief Executive, Paradigm Housing (UK), Callahan Seltzer, Director, Housing at Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC – USA), Mike Mantle – Managing Director Global Sustainable Finance, Morgan Stanley (USA),
- 10:45am - International Perspectives - Manchester City Deals - Professor Alan Harding (Greater Manchester Combined Authority - UK)
- 10:45am - International Perspectives - People and structure for change - Ria Bailes (One Housing Group - UK)
Member Best Practice Showcase – PowerHousing CHPs for Growth: Building Resilient Australian Communities (Final speakers and program to be announced)
• Concurrent Session 1 – CHP/Industry Growth (CEO, CFO, NED delegates)
Future growth in the CHP sector and our ability to build resilient communities requires replicable sustainable strategies which our Members and Affiliates demonstrate through new and emerging partnerships. This sessions considers resilient strategies for future leaders.
• Concurrent Session 2 – Business Efficiency & Optimising on Strengths (Operations, Development & Assets, People & Culture, Compliance delegates)
Change in the sector is a given with future insights provided here. This session presents emerging new approaches to managing growth in the workplace.
• Concurrent Session 3 – Operational structures for social impact – Resilience and well being (All Roundtable/Community of Practice Members & Marketing and Communications delegates)
Building resilience in our workforce and in our tenant groups as a foundation stone of our sector value proposition.
• Concurrent Session 4 –NRAS 2.0, Yield Gap and Financial Options (CEO, CFO, NED delegates)
The NRAS is mew surpassing the 10-year expiry date. What lessons can be learned and what types of policy can close the financial gap as the NRAS incentive closes out.
• Concurrent Session 5 – Sustainable Management Innovations (Operations, Development and Assets, People & Culture delegates)
As the sector seeks to expand the social outcomes it provides technology that assists the sector will enhance our ability to effect change. We look to the strategic opportunities around future advancements that is changing the game for growth CHPs.
• Concurrent Session 6 – NDIA and scale delivery of SDA – (Disability Housing, Compliance delegates)
The development of Specialist Disability Accommodation is in transition with this update to provide future certainty and some next steps of Members providing disability housing and wrap around services.
CHP Sector Networking Lunch and Sector Tradeshow
Afternoon - Concurrent Think Tanks
Each Think Tank brings together the International Keynote Speakers, national Affiliate and Associate expertise with that of our Members to structure next steps and strategies for engagement.
1. Future sustainable sector growth: Property Transfer, BtR and the Global Asset Class (CEO, CFO delegates)
This session will explore 30 years of financial yield gap in the US and lessons for Australian affordable housing entering the Global Asset Investment Class.
2. Emerging Communities: Future trends in city partnerships (All delegates)
Australia's needs for additional housing whilst housing starts decline. What are the housing solutions needed for the future Australia and how should they be delivered?
3. CHP structures and sector positioning for change: Well being Resilience (Operations, People and Culture, Marketing & Communications delegates)
Building our capacity to create greater social impact in Australian Communities is a focus of our Members today what will we need for tomorrow.
4. Non-Executive Directors meeting (NEDs)
Non-Executive Directors will meet to consider broader governance and sector strategies for future resilience.
5. Rising Stars Immersion: Professional Development session (Rising Stars)
CHPs for Growth: Building Resilient Australian Communities – National Agenda Roundup
State by State perspectives and Q&A around the next steps on the key conference issues of the day.
6.15pm - Pre-Awards Dinner Drinks - On The Deck at National Museum of Australia
7.00pm - PowerHousing Australia National Awards Dinner – National Museum of Australia
DAY 3 – WEDNESDAY 27 NOVEMBER
Roundtables - Australian Parliament House and QT
8.30am-2.45pm CEO Roundtable - House of Representatives Alcove
9.00am-3.00pm CFO Roundtable - QT
9.00am-3.00pm Development & Assets Roundtable - QT