If you have new and innovative products, solutions, services or technologies that can help address challenges being faced by community housing providers relevant to this space, our delegates want to hear from you.
We have a number of sponsorship packages available to suit all budgets.
Who Attended in 2022?
The 8th Affordable Housing Development and Investment Summit brought together over 250 attendees from around the country to Melbourne, resulting in a fantastic summit that was able to thrive off the back of the new government's intent to stimulate affordable and social housing development.
Agenda at a Glance
Mobilising Institutional Investment
Navigating Regulatory Reform and Compliance for Better, Safer and More Efficient Housing
Gold Sponsor Presentation
Sponsored Breakout Sessions
Breakout A: Utilising advancements in Housing management software to deliver a better customer experience
Breakout B: Can architecture play an important role in developing sustainable social/affordable housing projects?
Breakout C: Smart home technologies: a fancy gimmick or the key to future proofing your housing stock?
Breakout D: Reviewing alternative funding & financing models – what might work for you?
Breakout E: Expediating housing stock through advancements in prefab and construction technologies
Improving Property & Tenancy Management to Streamline Operations and Support Renters
Design and Construction Showcase: Innovative Regional, Rural and Metro Developments
Gold Sponsor Presentation
Leveraging Community Support
Utilising the Planning System
Enabling Alternative Investment and Funding
Sponsored Networking Drinks
Connecting with CHPs to expedite the construction of smarter, safer and sophisticated housing
Over the past 10 years, the Affordable Housing Development and Investment Summit has brought together CHPs, government, developers, institutional investors and the wider housing community, providing an ideal platform to engage with all the key stakeholders in one setting.
In 2024, expect refreshed and renewed discussions on how to ensure that every Australian’s housing needs are met.
Over two days, the summit will have specialised keynotes, case studies, panel discussions, and interactive workshops tailored to the needs of each audience. Each session offers the opportunity for delegates to network and explore solutions with vendors in each of the four critical areas referenced above.
Our research indicates that CHPs need assistance with four critical areas:
Financing and funding support and solutions
Design, building and construction innovations
Housing and tenancy management
Navigating legal, policy and compliance requirements