Creating Infill Places - Property Council of Australia

Filling In The Spaces
Creating Infill Places
Multi-Unit Development Conference
25 March 2015
Crown Perth
8.30am-4.00pm
Multi-Unit Development
is the crucial linchpin
in accommodating the growth of
Perth in the years ahead.
The 2015 multi-unit development conference carves out a space for
a conversation on the importance of infill development and the role
it is playing in transforming the city.
Where are the opportunities?
What are the friction points still impacting higher density
development?
If you are investing, developing, building and/or consulting in the
multi-unit sector, then this is the must attend event to get the latest
on the biggest development trend in WA. Attendance will provide
unparalleled levels of learning, engagement and industry
connections.
Learn from industry leaders about the mega-trends that are shaping
apartment development.
Be inspired by innovative developers.
Make connections with industry experts at the cutting edge of
designing and marketing multi-unit developments.
Information on CPD points to follow
MULTI-UNIT RESIDENTIAL
DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE
WEDNESDAY 25TH MARCH 2015 | CROWN PERTH
8.30am
Open Address
Joe Lenzo, Executive Director, Property Council of Australia (WA)
8.45am
The Multi-Unit Universe; the latest essential facts & figures you need to know
Key note presentation on the drivers of Perth’s economy and the multi-unit market place: supply
& demand, sales data & market information, future trends and what’s coming next. All the stats
and facts you need to know about Multi-Unit Development in WA and the international, national
and local trends towards urban living & apartment uptake.
David Cresp, Director, Economics and Market Research, Urbis
9.45am
The Infill Agenda: why isn’t it stacking up?
What’s impeding the targets set out by Directions2031 being achieved? Why is infill harder than
greenfield? With local government amalgamation; will it be easier to develop multi-units?
An address from the Western Australian Planning Commission Chair (including an update on the
multi-unit housing codes changes) then an interactive session with panellists & audience
discussing why low targets, such as Belmont and Subiaco, are still being set…
Bring your views, experiences & questions and be prepared to get involved!!
Opening Address by Eric Lumsden, Chairman, Western Australian Planning Commission
Panel moderated by Lino Iacomella, Deputy Executive Director, Property Council of Australia
Tanya Trevison, Chief Operating Officer, TRG Properties
Allison Hailes, Executive Manager Planning and Community, WALGA
10.15am
Development Demand: where’s the land?
Where will the future multi-unit developments in Perth be built? Is local government serious
about attracting developers? Is Government land sales the answer?
A panel with industry representatives discussing where the opportunity for infill is.
Opening address by Jason Willoughby, Managing Director, Willoughby Property Group
Peter Zadeian, Executive Director, Department of Lands
Nicholas Wolff, Chief Operating Officer, LandCorp
Stuart Cole, CEO, City of Belmont
10.30am
BREAK - MORNING TEA
11.00am
DAPS & DACs ; a sneak peek inside the decision making processes
The Chairs of Development Assessment Panels (DAP) & Design Advisory Committees (DAC) in
the metro area discussing their position on development & their panel’s processes for decision
making. Is certainty provided via a standardised approach.. Or is industry being left in the lurch?
Hear inside information & gain tips for your next application.
Opening address by Charles Johnson, Principal, Planning Context
Geoffrey London, City of Fremantle DAP Chair
Paul Kotsoglo, City of Perth DAP Chair
11.40am
The Big Picture: the importance of amenity & infrastructure
Part 1- Opening address by Roberts Day on the vital role of amenity & infrastructure for multiunit developments (10mins)
Part 2- A panel discussing industry's interpretation of amenity, and a conversation on
infrastructure delivery in Perth. How are the agencies managing the increased urban infill? What’s
their strategic plan to accommodate & cater for the influx and higher density? Who is doing what
to prepare?
Moderated by Lino Iacomella, Deputy Executive Director, Property Council of Australia
Ryan Keys, Executive Director Planning, Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority
Reece Waldock, Public Transport Authority
Jos Mensink, Manager Procurement & Property, Water Corporation
Western Power
MULTI-UNIT RESIDENTIAL
DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE
WEDNESDAY 25TH MARCH 2015 | CROWN PERTH
12.20pm
Creating Community
Rapid fire; 4 x 10 minute pitches. From design to asset management, what techniques and
initiatives are being employed to build value for owners/ residents, and develop a positive long
term brand for Perth’s developers? A conversation on the importance of design & post
completion management
Paul Blackburne, Managing Director, Blackburne Property Group
Jim Tsagalis, Managing Director, Lease Equity
Lend Lease
1.00pm
BREAK - LUNCH
2.00pm
Money, Money, Money
What’s in Store for Financing, What Major Changes Do You Need to be Aware of and What Deals
Have Been Completed? How are all the different sources of financing underwriting and assessing
deals in today’s marketplace? An examination of the differences between finance options and
how they each assess risk.
Troy Leber, Head of Property Finance, BankWest
Peter Packer, Director, Dorado Property
2.30pm
Strata to the rescue; the missing link for multi-unit developments is on its way
Introducing community titles and the termination of old schemes; Landate
Followed by an industry interpretation; Mark Atkinson, Managing Director, Atkinson Legal
3.00pm
CASE STUDY: Mixed-Use Properties and Intensification on Existing Assets – how to manage
the different elements?
Developing mixed use properties which include a multi-residential element, what’s the secret to
having it all come together in a balanced project? Are there really opportunities to include multiresidential properties on existing retail centres? From intensification to ground up developments
what is the business case, project team and recipe for success with these complex assets?
Scott Nugent, State Development Manger, AMP Capital
3.30pm
Project marketing master-class & an agent update
How do you engage buyers in a competitive market? What are the recipes for project marketing
success? What’s the latest in trends and innovation? Blackburne Property Group will provide an in
-depth outline of key factors you should consider when selling a project.
Then, the market experts Colliers International will answer all the “hot questions” :
What is the true reality of the demographics of buyers; downsizers, Asians/ foreign, investors/
owner occupiers? Who is buying what? What does so much new stock mean for older properties?
Paul Blackburne, Managing Director, Blackburne Property Group
Jo-Anne Chin, Director Residential, Colliers International
4.00pm
Please join us after the conference for drinks in the foyer
MULTI-UNIT RESIDENTIAL
DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE
WEDNESDAY 25TH MARCH 2015 | CROWN PERTH
Member Early Bird*
$550.00 (Includes GST)
Registration Form & Tax Invoice
Member
$660.00
REGISTRATION CONTACT
(Includes GST)
Non Member
$990.00 (Includes
GST)
*Early Bird pricing ends Friday
19 December 2014.
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with Payment to:
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