Australia | Touchstone: Democratising Residential Development

| Holding Redlich, Melbourne

There is a global housing supply and affordability crisis. Each year, Australia needs to built a city the size of Canberra to keep up with demand.

We must consider alternative development models to maintain our social license.

Globally the lack of affordable housing is estimated at 330 million urban households and forecast to grow by a further 30 percent by 2025.

Locally, the Australian housing supply and affordability crisis is light as day, but the solution isn’t. Innovative thinkers are developing new sustainable development models to tackle these issues.

This touchstone function will explore how we can balance the needs of society and the commercial realities of the corporate world.

Speakers are listed below.

Link to registration –

Event Speakers

Kris Daff

Managing Director
Assemble and Make Ventures (MAKE)

Bianca Hung


Robert Pradolin

Founding Board Member
Housing All Australians

Dr. Andrea Sharam

Senior Lecturer
RMIT School of Property, Construction and Project Management