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Michael Newey RICS KL Conference April 2011

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  • 1. Delivering more affordable housing through partnershipsKuala Lumpur
    Michael Newey BSc FRICS FCIH MAHI
    RICS Vice President
  • 2. Purposes and key message
  • 3. Agenda
  • 4. Personal Context for my remarks
  • 5. The “day job”
  • 6. Australian experiences 2008/9
  • 7. Macro context – the bigger picture!
  • 8. Rights to housing
  • 9. International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
  • 10. Housing rights in the UK
  • 11. Housing rights in Victoria, Australia
  • 12. Some Malaysian context
  • 13. Malaysian Quality of Life 1999
  • 14. MQLI – Housing Indicators
  • 15. Housing aims within the 10th Malaysia Plan
  • 16. 10 MP Housing targets
  • 17. 10 MP Initiatives
  • 18. Relevant National Housing Policy Statements
  • 19. Published housing need in Malaysia
  • 20. Housing and the economy
  • 21. Economic success and effective housing
  • 22. Housing and the economy
  • 23. UK Construction Industry
    Source: ONS and UK Contractors Group
    Source: Shelter UK /ONS
    Housing development IS economic development
  • 24. Housing and employees
    Source: UN Population Division, World Urbanisation Prospects 2003
  • 25. Some Comparative stories
  • 26. Housing Tenures in UK and Australia
  • 27. Key reasons for differences
  • 28. “Welfare” housing in the UK
  • 29. Low Cost Home Ownership
  • 30. House price inflation is not just a UK problem ...
  • 31. Some key lessons from UK and Victoria
  • 32. Housing Realities
  • 33. Perhaps stating the obvious ...
  • 34. Enabling Housing Strategies
  • 35. Development drivers
  • 36. Employer roles – examples from the past
  • 37. Another Victorian Employer – model industrial housing
  • 38. Potential for modern day Cadburys and Levers
  • 39. Section 106 in England – enforced partnerships?
  • 40. Housing equity – investment and CSR?
  • 41. Brief conclusions