Australia’s Population Challenge (August Monthly Lunch)

The August monthly lunch was very well attended and speaker Jeremy Reynolds, former Victorian Demographer, did not disappoint a capacity audience. Jeremy traced the history of Australia’s, and in particular Victoria’s, population growth since European settlement. The number of new arrivals increased at different rates, reflecting the events of the time – more settlers arrived […]

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Evan Walker Conversation 2016

Evan Walker Conversation 2016

With Melbourne’s population forecast to grow to 8 million by 2051, an additional 3.4 million people will need to be housed between now and then. Household size, composition and needs are also changing and home ownership will be out of the reach of many people.

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JCF Monthly Lunch Housing all Australians

Michael Lennon: Housing all Australians

New Financial Models Radical new approaches are needed to house all Australians. Michael Lennon, Managing Director of Housing Choices Australia, was speaker at a well-attended policy lunch on 6th July, 2016.

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