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Demographic pressures ageing population and pressure on housing, future real estate trends and demand for different kinds of property, homelessness and social housing, government policy and......

Demographic pressures ageing population and pressure on housing, future real estate trends and demand for different kinds of property, homelessness and social housing, government policy and benefits. Urbanisation data in China, Africa, India and other parts of the world - economic growth. Demographic graphs and tables for Australia showing population changes. Changes in immigration policy in Australia, America, European Union. Population shifts and migrations on a vast scale will change cultures, politics, government policies, elections, taxation, social security, hospital and school building programmes. Rise of emerging middle classes in countries like China, India, Brazil, Russia, South Africa. Shortage of younger men in Australia due to migration to other developed nations in the Northern hemisphere. Most UK and US wealth owned by people who are retired. Impact on politics and real estate as well as consumer spending

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  • 1. Dr Patrick DixonChairman Global Change Ltd
  • 2. Patrick Dixon is Chairman of Global Change Ltd, Author of 15 books and has been ranked one of the 20 most influential business thinkers alive today (Thinkers 50) Future of housing associations, Social housing, non profit organisations (2010) 500 videos of keynotes www.youtube.com/user/pjvdixon Over 4 million views Dixon’s Futurist Website www.globalchange.com/ 14 million unique visitors.
  • 3. Rationale for housingassociations in competitionwith private landlords and direct benefits
  • 4. WHO ARE YOUSERVING NOW Person in Need ? Wider community which seeks to help those in need ?
  • 5. Wild CardsLow probability, high impact events
  • 6. Housing +H omelessnessO pportunityU nemploymentS ocial needsI nvestmentN eighborhoodsG overnment
  • 7. Future of Social Housing will be shaped by emotion
  • 8. 100,000 households homeless -almost doubled in a decade
  • 9. 5 million waiting for social housing100,000 new homes built this year – lowest since 1945
  • 10. 25-40,000 repossessions a year
  • 11. 25% homeless from ethnic minorities
  • 12. 80,000 in temporary local authorityaccommodation - crisis
  • 13. immigration
  • 14. Europe Dying4 couples needed to produce just one great- grandchild
  • 15. Housing +H omelessnessO pportunityU nemploymentS ocial needsI nvestmentN eighborhoodsG overnment
  • 16. Enhancing Life Chances
  • 17. Housing +H omelessnessO pportunityU nemploymentS ocial needsI nvestmentN eighborhoodsG overnment
  • 18. Housing +H omelessnessO pportunityU nemploymentS ocial needsI nvestmentN eighborhoodsG overnment
  • 19. The greater theshortage of socialhousing, the greaterthe level of need inthat housingSafe – Sheltered – Supported
  • 20. Complex family structures withmultiple parents and step parents
  • 21. Housing +H omelessnessO pportunityU nemploymentS ocial needsI nvestmentN eighborhoodsG overnment
  • 22. Virtual Housing Associations Communities of private landlords Portfolio > 900 properties Heathrow and Uxbridge Buy to let landlords  Orchard & Shipman  1,000 adults and 2,500 children previously homeless or bed and breakfast
  • 23. Housing +H omelessnessO pportunityU nemploymentS ocial needsI nvestmentN eighborhoodsG overnment
  • 24. Land policy
  • 25. Housing +H omelessnessO pportunityU nemploymentS ocial needsI nvestmentN eighborhoodsG overnment
  • 26. 750,000 empty homes in the UK
  • 27. Advocacy and policy development Legislation / regulation Easier / harder Assume finite pot Efficiency / impact Priority mix Unintended consequencies
  • 28. Housing +H omelessnessO pportunityU nemploymentS ocial needsI nvestmentN eighborhoodsG overnment
  • 29. Rationale for housingassociations in competitionwith private landlords and direct benefits
  • 30. SERVING NOW Person in Need ANDwider community which seeks to help those in need AND government AND investors (pensioners)
  • 31. Patrick Dixon is Chairman of Global Change Ltd, Author of 15 books and has been ranked one of the 20 most influential business thinkers alive today (Thinkers 50) Future of housing associations, Social housing, non profit organisations (2010) 500 videos of keynotes www.youtube.com/user/pjvdixon Over 4 million views Dixon’s Futurist Website www.globalchange.com/ 14 million unique visitors.