Event Category: UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

  • UDIA TV with Abbie Galvin, NSW Government Architect | The Developers Voice

    UDIA TV with Abbie Galvin, NSW Government Architect | The Developers Voice

    | 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

    The Design and Place SEPP EIE is a significant new policy being led by the NSW Government Architect, Abbie Galvin. The proposed SEPP would have major implications on both apartment and greenfield development across NSW. It will include matters for consideration related to design including a new Urban Design Guide, amended Apartment Design Guide and updated sustainability/BASIX measures. Join us for this complimentary member episode of UDIA TV to hear from Abbie Galvin about what the NSW Government is trying to achieve, the early feedback it has had on the SEPP EIE and how it will be engaging with our industry moving forward.

    Attend event RSVP 23 April
  • The Future of Planning & Infrastructure Contributions | UDIA TV: The Developers Voice with Peter Achterstraat AM

    The Future of Planning & Infrastructure Contributions | UDIA TV: The Developers Voice with Peter Achterstraat AM

    | 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

    The Productivity Commission Green Paper noted that the NSW planning system is currently failing to deliver economic outcomes and is overly complex, prescriptive, inflexible and a driver of the continued lack of housing supply and poor housing affordability. The Commissioner has presented a plan for improving the productivity of the planning system, that largely builds upon UDIA NSW recommendations. Join us for this complimentary member event to hear from the author of the Green Paper, NSW Productivity Commissioner Peter Achterstraat AM for this important briefing on the outcomes of the Green Paper and the Review of Infrastructure Contributions, which has been a cornerstone of UDIA NSW advocacy for many years.

    Attend event RSVP 28 September
  • Circular Economy & Sustainability | UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

    Circular Economy & Sustainability | UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

    | 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

    The property development sector faces a significant challenge to become more sustainable. Circular Economy principles are being increasingly harnessed and explored to not only reduce waste and increase operational efficiency of end development products, but to also ensure structures and materials have a repurpose. Tune in for this special Developers Voice episode as Mirvac’s Group General Manager, Sustainability Sarah Clarke outlines the core tenants of the lauded Planet Positive: Waste & Materials plan which responds holistically to the Circular Economy challenge including a bold plan to achieve zero waste to landfill by 2030. Roger Swinbourne, Associate Principal, Arup will then join Sarah Clarke and UDIA NSW General Manager Policy, Research & Corporate Affair, Toby Adams to conclude the event with a Q&A discussion.

    Attend event RSVP 9 November
  • Redefining School Infrastructure | UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

    Redefining School Infrastructure | UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

    | 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

    With the current scale of school building across NSW at unprecedented levels, join us to hear from Kathy Jones and Stuart Suthern-Brunt of School Infrastructure NSW. Kathy and Stuart will outline School Infrastructure NSW’s Delivery Strategy and Developer Led Proposals to include school infrastructure provisions within developer generated rezonings, to ensure land is earmarked for school infrastructure in the same way corridor protection is undertaken for utilities and transport infrastructure. Kathy and Stuart will share their insights on the new approach by School Infrastructure NSW to collaborate with the private sector to release capital in different ways for the benefit of the NSW education system, as well as international learnings from the UK, to create value for the community.

    Attend event RSVP 23 September
  • Reforms for the Regions | UDIA TV: The Developers Voice with Monica Gibson and Damien Pfeiffer

    Reforms for the Regions | UDIA TV: The Developers Voice with Monica Gibson and Damien Pfeiffer

    | 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

    Recent reform announcements from the Department of Planning as well as Transport for NSW (formerly RMS) have left many in the Hunter, Central Coast and Illawarra wondering how the reforms will apply in their region. Join us to hear from Monica Gibson, Executive Director Regions at DPIE and Damien Pfeiffer, newly appointed Director Land Use for Regional and Outer Metropolitan at Transport for NSW, to explain how reforms such as the Planning Delivery Unit (PDU), Council Accelerated Assessment Program and a new action plan at Transport for NSW are being designed to help unlock development in the regions.

    Attend event RSVP 14 October
  • Spotlight on Pyrmont | UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

    Spotlight on Pyrmont | UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

    | 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

    Join us for a special Spotlight on Pyrmont edition of UDIA TV: The Developers Voice where we will hear Steve Driscoll from DPIE provide a top-line summary of the draft Pyrmont Peninsula Place Strategy focussed on the ‘Five Big Moves’. We will also hear Tom Goode, Director at Ethos Urban provide an industry perspective on how the draft Strategy (currently on Exhibition) contemplates the evolution and growth of the key precincts across Pyrmont, and what is required for industry to help implement this vision.

    Attend event RSVP 26 August
  • The Developers Voice: Spotlight on Canberra

    The Developers Voice: Spotlight on Canberra

    | 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

    Join us for a special UDIA TV session which casts a spotlight on Canberra’s resilient residential property market and the forward outlook. With strong fundamentals including the nation’s lowest unemployment and maintenance of robust off-shore investment flows Geocon CEO Nick Georgalis and the Surburban Land Agency’s (SLAs) John Deitz will discuss how Canberra is well positioned to help drive a housing led recovery out the otherside of COVID-19.

    Attend event RSVP 15 July
  • What’s Next for Local Scale Strategic Planning? | UDIA TV with Stephen Smith

    What’s Next for Local Scale Strategic Planning? | UDIA TV with Stephen Smith

    | 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

    Join us on UDIA TV to hear from Stephen Smith, Principal of Planning & Design at Place Design Group as he launches the latest UDIA Insights Report which presents the outcomes of in-depth research on the inaugural LSPS preparation process. In collaboration with UDIA NSW, Place Design Group has conducted roundtables, surveys and interviews with Local Council planning teams to determine what their hopes are for their LSPS, key learnings from the process and how to evolve the forward planning agenda.

    Attend event RSVP 15 July
  • UDIA TV: The Developers Voice with John Marinopoulos

    UDIA TV: The Developers Voice with John Marinopoulos

    | 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

    Join us for the next Developers Voice episode on UDIA TV featuring is John Marinopoulos, Principal at Value Advisory Partners. John will discuss the future of employment lands in Sydney and the application of the government’s ‘retain and manage’ and ‘review and manage’ principles that will sterilise remnant industrial lands. John will outline the case to intervene in employment lands to develop them into integrated mixed use areas, to allow for higher total employment, higher job growth and a transition to the future economy, as well as the interventions required to achieve this

    Attend event RSVP 20 May
  • UDIA TV: The Developers Voice with Kylie Newcombe & Clinton Ostwald

    UDIA TV: The Developers Voice with Kylie Newcombe & Clinton Ostwald

    | 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

    Join us to hear from Kylie Newcombe, Associate Director and Clinton Ostwald, Group Director at Urbis as they discuss the latest results of the UDIA | Urbis Home Purchaser Sentiment Survey (a survey designed to test the temperature among potential home buyers) and the implications of COVID-19 on the residential market.

    Attend event RSVP 17 June