Making better economic cases for housing: Seminar on new UNSW City Futures Research Centre report
Museum of Sydney, Bridge Street – Thursday 8 March 5.30-7.30
There is a strong case for housing to be treated as an essential form of productive, economic infrastructure. Sub-optimal housing system performance can have damaging economic effects. A recent news report suggests this perception may be gaining traction within the NSW Government.
City Futures researchers led by UNSW Visiting Professor Duncan Maclennan recently completed a study on the implications of housing market performance for the wellbeing of individuals and the growth and productivity of the city economy as a whole. The study was supported by the Greater Sydney Commission and the NSW Federation of Housing Associations.
Professor Duncan Maclennan (University of Glasgow and UNSW)
Dr Jennifer Westacott (Business Council of Australia)
Dr Judy Yates (University of Sydney and UNSW)
Dr Marcus Spiller (SGS Economics and Planning)
Attendance is free but places are limited and early registration is therefore strongly advised.
To register click here.
A full program for the event can be downloaded here.
We are delighted to announce our event sponsor, Payce Communities.