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SG-IF171 Affordable Housing - Shirlyn Igonia (updated)

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SG-IF171 Affordable Housing - Shirlyn Igonia (updated)

  1. 1. HOUSING AFFORDABLE 2 ANNUALnd 24 - 25 August 2016 Goodwood Park Hotel, Singapore th th Driving initiatives in steering affordable housing conundrum
  2. 2. “More than 80 per cent of Singaporeans live in Housing Development Board flats, mostly owner-occupied. Through this public housing scheme, Singapore has achieved the highest home ownership rate in Asia - at 90 per cent.” - South China Morning Post THIS UNIQUE CONFERENCE WILL BRING DELEGATES THE BENEFITS OF: • Reviewing planning mechanisms in building and delivering more affordable homes • Determining effective urban planning and building approvals systems • Encouraging an efficient supply of land and housing types that meet the diverse housing needs • Building affordable homes through effective construction cost, quality and time-sensitive delivery management • Reducing barriers to affordable housing investment • Recognising planning mechanisms in speeding up planning approval for social and affordable housing • Acquiring the knowledge to introduce and deploy cutting-edge construction methods and material technology • Reviewing best practices in affordable housing and township development that meet your various project requirements • Assessing viability assessment in ensuring transparency and parameters for building costs and land values WHY YOU CANNOT MISS THIS EVENT Planning and constructing decent housing for citizens is a perennial challenge for nations around the world. Improvement of people’s housing affordability requires clear aspirations by policy makers and the use of four levers which is to unlock land in appropriate locations, reduce construction and operations costs, and improve access to low-cost financing. Coupled with an integrated and city-specific delivery approach, these measures can put housing within reach of households making 50 to 80 percent of city’s median income. Deteriorating housing affordability will drive 2016 housing trends and the affordable housing push will ignite growth in the economy. Today’s urban population stands at 3.5 billion people and is soon projected to reach 5 billion by 2030. City leaders and government must take a fast decision in planning for growth and provide basic services such as infrastructure and affordable housing. With far more attractive and informative case studies, join our 2nd Annual Affordable Housing conference, a platform showcasing top notch keynote presentations. Identify potentially appropriate models for government and industry-led capacity-building strategies and initiatives the growth of affordable housing. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? PG. 1 Driving initiatives in steering affordable housing conundrum 2 ANNUAL AFFORDABLE HOUSINGnd 24 - 25 August 2016 | Goodwood Park Hotel, Singaporeth th Government Authorities & Ministries, Director Generals, Secretary Generals, Heads, Officers of: • Housing • Affordable Housing • Finance • Public Private Partnerships • Development • Urban Planning • Projects • Investments • Economic Development • Urban Redevelopment • Construction • Public Works • Rural Development Property Developers, Construction Firms,Contractors & Builders Chairmen, Presidents, CEOs, MDs, VPs, Directors, GMs and Heads of: • Planning & Development • Urban Planning • Engineering • Land Surveying • Operations • Investments • Projects • Sustainability • Energy Efficiency • Environment and Safety • LEED Department • Building & Construction Manufacturers and Suppliers of: •Building Materials •Concrete •Cement •Prefabricated Materials •Prefabricated Buildings •Construction Equipments •Energy Efficient Technologies •Construction Technologies Shirlyn B. Igonia T: +63 2 406 4711 ext 8848 | E: shirlyni@trueventus.com For further details, contact
  3. 3. Driving initiatives in steering affordable housing conundrum 2 ANNUAL AFFORDABLE HOUSINGnd 24 - 25 August 2016 | Goodwood Park Hotel, Singaporeth th PG. 2 FEATURING PRESENTATIONS AND CASE STUDIES BY DISTINGUISHED EXPERTS: Winston Von Engel Director Brooklyn Office NYC Department of City Planning, United States of America Speaking on: 1) The 50/50 Affordable Housing Model: Real Affordability for Low-and Moderate-Income Households –New York City 2) Cultivating Diverse, Liveable Neighbourhoods- Seeking Affordable Housing and Community Expansion Opportunities in All Five Boroughs-NYC case study Winston is the Director of the Brooklyn borough office for the NYC Department of City Planning. He oversees teams of planning and design professionals and administrative support staff; also manages the preparation of analyses, reports and studies on land use, zoning, and community issues by office staff. Zaigham Mahmood Rizvi Advisor, Housing and Housing Finance World Bank Group, United States of America Speaking on: Partnerships and Collaborations - Mobilising funds for financing affordable housing initiatives through Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) Zaigham is the Secretary General of Asia-Pacific Union for Housing Finance based in India. His extensive work on housing microfi- nance projects spans over 25 countries across Africa, Middle-East, South Asia, East Asia and the Pacific. He has served in many prestigious Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) in Pakistan and Gulf. YB. Jagdeep Singh Deo A/L Karpal Singh Member of the Penang Executive Council EXCO Town & Country Planning and Housing Ministry of Penang, Malaysia Speaking on: Formulating win-win strategies for both the land owner and the developer in developing affordable housing He is the state executive councilor board chairman for Housing and Town & Country Planning Committee. The State Government currently has 12 projects in the pipe-line which will see 22,545 units of low cost, low-medium cost and affordable housing units being built for Penangites. Steve Bevington Managing Director Community Housing Ltd Group of Companies, Australia Speaking on: Transforming affordable housing initiative with government driven incentives, grants and financing schemes Steve Bevington has been involved in the development and management of affordable and community housing for over 30 years including development of cooperative housing in London, chairmanship of London Borough of Camden Council Housing Authority, Housing Cooperative Programs- Victorian Ministry of Housing & Construction in the 1980s, Managing Director of Community Housing Ltd Group of Companies (CHL). Ir. Dr. Zuhairi Abd. Hamid Executive Director Construction Research Institute of Malaysia (CREAM), Malaysia Speaking on: Building vertical cities to address the issue of land scarcity and to accommodate the growing urban population Dr.Zuhairi has over 29 years of experience in the construction industry under various capacities such as a road, bridge, building and district engineer, assistant director of planning, and a forensic and structural design engineer. John Nicolades Chief Executive Officer Bridge Housing Limited, Australia Speaking on: Rezoning in the age of hyper-gentrification- Mandatory Inclusionary Housing and Zoning for Quality and affordability John has led Bridge Housing Limited since 2006, growing the organisation from 650 to 1,649 properties and leading the transformation of the company from a property manager to one which has also undertaken property procurement and development and has recently raised $20m in debt to finance its development activities. For further details, contact Shirlyn B. Igonia T: +63 2 406 4711 ext 8848 | E: shirlyni@trueventus.com
  4. 4. Driving initiatives in steering affordable housing conundrum 2 ANNUAL AFFORDABLE HOUSINGnd 24 - 25 August 2016 | Goodwood Park Hotel, Singaporeth th PG. 3 FEATURING PRESENTATIONS AND CASE STUDIES BY DISTINGUISHED EXPERTS: Sudarshana Udayaratna CEO and President UDAYA Homes & Communities Australia Speaking on: Looking at future growth - How affordable housing projects now can become a prime location later Sudarshana founded UDAYA Group and began promoting environmentally friendly homes at affordable prices to the Australian public, while diversifying into multiple complementary industries. UDAYA Group are leaders in low cost, energy efficient and Sustain- able Modular House builders in Australia. Dr. Ruffinaa Thilakaratne Director Sustainability Green Research Integrated Design Consortium, Hong Kong Speaking on: Venturing into cost effective ways in building low cost houses – A modular story Dr. Ruffina is a RIBA qualified architect specialised in environmental and corporate sustainability. She is well acquainted with IBC, BS and ASD building codes and regulations, ISO 14001 and environmental sustainability standards, sustainability reporting (GRI) and LEED and BEAM Plus green building rating systems. Isabella Slattery Director Head of Affordable Housing CBRE UK Speaking on: Generating more projects: Recreating urban areas into affordable housing projects Isabella has been the Head of Affordable Housing at CBRE Group, Inc. since January 29, 2014. She served as a Partnership Develop- ment Manager at Weston Homes Plc, where she was responsible for all of the affordable housing requirements across the Weston Homes development portfolio. James Lim Director Superspan, Malaysia Speaking on: Refining your existing construction methods for reduced cost and time James worked in Mitek Australia S.E.A. regional office as engineering manager and has extensive exposure in design and manufac- turing of “Truss & Frame” businesses. He owns manufacturing facilities in Malaysia and Indonesia. His new ventures include produc- tion of wall frame business that opens up the opportunity in Modular Housing. Jennifer Oomen Associate Director, Center for Innovation in Shelter and Finance Habitat for Humanity International, Asia-Pacific Regional Office, Singapore Speaking on: to be advised Ms. Oomen has more than 10 years of experience in housing and community development and is a certified financial education facilitator and leads the region’s financial capability work. As part of her responsibilities, she is setting up country level CISF units in India and Cambodia and she is currently the project manager for Cambodia, working with three microfinance institutions to set up housing microfinance and micro mortgage products and services. Mariano D. Martinez President and CEO 8990 Holdings, Philippines Speaking on: Moving away from the rectitude misinterpretation of modular for low cost projects Mr. Martinez is the President and CEO of 8990 Luzon Housing Development Corp. (2008 to present), and Ceres Homes, Inc. (2002 to present) He is currently a Board Advisor to the SHDA, the largest industry organisation for real estate developers in the Philippines. Mr. Martinez has more than 30 years of experience managing and heading companies engaged in Mass Housing subdivision develop- ment. For further details, contact Shirlyn B. Igonia T: +63 2 406 4711 ext 8848 | E: shirlyni@trueventus.com
  5. 5. Driving initiatives in steering affordable housing conundrum 2 ANNUAL AFFORDABLE HOUSINGnd 24 - 25 August 2016 | Goodwood Park Hotel, Singaporeth th PG. 4 DAY ONE 0800 0845 0900 0945 1030 1100 1145 1230 Registration and coffee Opening address by Chairperson Session One Rezoning in the age of hyper-gentrification- Mandatory Inclusionary Housing and Zoning for Quality and affordability affordable housing means housing for very low income households, low income households or moderate income households (being such households as are prescribed by the regulations or as are provided for in an environmental planning instrument). This is useful in that it is tenure‐neutral. But the preposition ‘for’ is an indicator of eligibility or target customer: it is no guarantee of affordability. Some 70% of private landlords providing rental housing for low‐income households do not do so on an affordable basis • Proposed development in creating the need for affordable housing in an area • The proposed development of the initial zoning of the site, or the rezoning of a site John Nicolades Chief Executive Officer Bridge Housing Limited, Australia Session Two Creating an effective public policy for affordable housing – Making housing affordable with Pr1ma Corporation Malaysia The provision of adequate housing is critical for the growth and well-being of society. The issue of housing is a multifaceted one, for it encompasses not only shelter, but also security, privacy, investment, and personal identity.PR1MA stands for Projek Peruma- han Rakyat 1 Malaysia. This initiative was established under the PR1MA Act 2012, "to plan, develop, construct and maintain high-quality housing with lifestyle concepts for middle-income households in key urban centres." Speaker to be advised Morning refreshments Session Three – Case Study Delivering affordable housing in key cities: Moving away from the rectitude misinterpretation of modular for low cost projects Affordable housing considerations have been an essential perspec- tive for city organisers for as far back as quite a while. New era of prefab homes and modular has an energising mix of profoundly measured techniques and convincing configuration. Learn the nitty gritty of modular concept affordable homes in cities. Mariano D. Martinez President and CEO 8990 Holdings, Philippines Session Four Formulating win-win strategies for both the land owner and the developer in developing affordable housing Due to high property prices relative to local incomes some area has severe shortage of affordable housing. Many households are unable to purchase or rent their own home on the open market. Local governments can facilitate the development of affordable housing by making public land available for eligible projects. Alternately, for publicly owned land in neighbourhoods with increasing market demand or recent public investment, jurisdictions can sell land at market price to affordable housing developers before increases in value are realised in the price of the land. YB. Jagdeep Singh Deo A/L Karpal Singh Member of the Penang Executive Council EXCO Town & Country Planning and Housing Ministry of Penang, Malaysia Networking luncheon 1400 1445 1530 1600 1645 1730 Session Five: Panel Discussion Making affordable homes attractive: Integrating affordable housing into commercial schemes Affordable housing is an initiative that gained popularity over the years. Since then, even when property prices have increased dramatically, the need for a range of affordable and intermediate tenure solutions has grown. Now, as house prices stabilise in some markets, the development costs of social housing, which continue to increase in line with tender price inflation, could become a significant brake on a scheme's viability. The provision of affordable housing has become a key element of residential development, requiring considerable skills in land buying, stakeholder manage- ment and design to deliver high quality schemes. Panelists: Ir. Dr. Zuhairi Abd. Hamid Executive Director Construction Research Institute of Malaysia (CREAM),Malaysia YB. Jagdeep Singh Deo A/L Karpal Singh Member of the Penang Executive Council EXCO Town & Country Planning and Housing Ministry of Penang, Malaysia Session Six Partnerships and Collaborations- Mobilising funds for financ- ing affordable housing initiatives through Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) Government will continue to play a strategic role in promoting private sector participation in the development of affordable homes. In line with inclusive development government will focus on increasing affordability and accessibility of low- and middle-income households, strengthening the management and delivery of public housing programmes; as well as promoting efficient and sustain- able housing industry. Zaigham Mahmood Rizvi Expert consultant, Housing and Housing Finance World Bank Group, United States of America Afternoon refreshments Session Seven Building vertical cities to address the issue of land scarcity and to accommodate the growing urban population Combining residential, commercial & recreational spaces into one structure for a more ‘liveable’ development Transitioning from slums into high rise dwellings to revitalise the city. Going up without going down. Alleviating social problems whilst making high-rise high-density living more acceptable Ir. Dr. Zuhairi Abd. Hamid Executive Director Construction Research Institute of Malaysia (CREAM), Malaysia Session Eight Balancing supply and demand: Meeting the changing needs of the market - National Housing Authority (NHA) Thailand The supply of housing consists of the total stock of housing in all its forms. It is more important to distinguish the level of different sorts of housing stock according to dwelling type, tenure and price. The demand for housing in a local market is influenced by demographic factors, especially the rate at which new households are formed, prices in the local housing market and other housing markets, the economic circumstances of the households and of the local housing market, the perceived advantages of the local area in terms of its access to a range of goods and services, and the particular tastes or preferences of the consumers. Learn the approach taken by Nation- al Housing Authority Thailand in meeting the changing needs in the market. Speaker to be advised End of Day One For further details, contact Shirlyn B. Igonia T: +63 2 406 4711 ext 8848 | E: shirlyni@trueventus.com
  6. 6. Driving initiatives in steering affordable housing conundrum 2 ANNUAL AFFORDABLE HOUSINGnd 24 - 25 August 2016 | Goodwood Park Hotel, Singaporeth th PG. 5 DAY TWO 0800 0845 0900 0945 1030 1100 1145 1230 Registration and coffee Welcome address by Chairperson Session One Cultivating Diverse, Liveable Neighbourhoods- Seeking Affordable Housing and Community Expansion Opportuni- ties in All Five Boroughs-NYC case study NYC will establish a new mandatory Inclusionary Housing Program to ensure that the housing marketplace serves New Yorkers at a broader range of income levels. The program will be applicable in all medium and high density districts where rezonings provide an opportunity for significantly more housing. The City will require a portion of the housing developed to be affordable. Developers have identified challenges they face in using the current Inclusionary Housing Program, including inconsistencies between the require- ments of the Inclusionary Housing Program and tax incentives. Winston Von Engel Director Brooklyn Office NYC Department of City Planning, United States of America Session Two Transforming affordable housing initiative with government driven incentives, grants and financing schemes The growing need for additional affordable housing and the involvement of government sector will help bridge the lack of affordable this gap is well evidenced. The Australian Government has recently made a significant investment in affordable housing through the Nation Building Economic Stimulus Plan, the National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA) and the National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS). Over the next four years these three measures alone will support the building of more than 80,000 affordable rental homes. Steve Bevington Managing Director Community Housing Ltd Group of Companies, Australia Morning refreshments Session Three ‘Rent-to-Own’ – A Viable Option for Affordable Housing (Housing and Urban Development Corporation Limited ) HUDCO A ‘rental-cum-ownership housing’ scheme which offers the low-in- come potential home buyers an opportunity to own a house when they are ready to deposit a certain percentage of the house price as initial down payment, while occupying the house on rent which is less than the market rent. Speaker to be advised Session Four Venturing into cost effective ways in building low cost houses – A modular story The soaring costs of construction are pushing property developers towards prefabricated building technology in an effort to address housing shortage in a cost-effective mode. According to property analysts, prefabricated housing could potentially be adopted on a large scale in the counties, particularly once home owners are certain that prefabs are impressive and more affordable alternative to conventional brick and mortal. Take a step closer to a whole new technology in modular homes. Dr. Ruffinaa Thilakaratne Director Sustainability Green Research Integrated Design Consortium, Hong Kong Networking luncheon 1400 1445 1530 1600 1645 1730 Session Five Refining your existing construction methods for reduced cost and time Cost and time is the mantra for developers when there are building low cost housing. This session will be addressing latest innovation in building material technologies and housing construction products. This session will focus on waste based material & technology evaluation and standardisation for new construction materials. Efficient, sustainable and low-cost materials are necessary for developers and this session will be able to give you a clearer picture in regards to that. James Lim Director Superspan, Malaysia Session Six The 50/50 affordable housing model: Real affordability for low- and moderate-income households –New York City 50/50 model encourages the city to use every available policy tool to incentivise developers to increase land values across the city, and in exchange for this increased value to reap substantial affordable housing unit development and to ensure that 50/50 housing developments become the new standard for real affordability. Winston Von Engel Director Brooklyn Office NYC Department of City Planning, United States of America Afternoon refreshments Session Seven Generating more projects: Recreating urban areas into affordable housing projects The affordable housing gap now stands at $650 billion a year and that the problem will only grow as urban populations expand: current trends suggest that there could be 106 million more low-in- come urban households by 2025, for example. To replace today’s inadequate housing and build the additional units needed by 2025 would require $9 trillion to $11 trillion in construction spending alone. With land, the total cost could be $16 trillion. Of this, we estimate that $1 trillion to $3 trillion may have to come from public funding. Isabella Slattery Director Head of Affordable Housing CBRE UK Session Eight Looking at future growth - How affordable housing projects now can become a prime location later Developers building affordable housing should look at the future. It may be a n affordable project now, but in another 20 to 25 years the location will be a prime location with effective infrastructure services. The property sector is heading to an extent that there is not much upside for big players anymore. Supply was overtaking demand. Today while building luxury properties, developers are supposed to comply with low-cost housing requirements too. Sudarshana Udayaratna CEO and President UDAYA Homes & Communities Australia End of Conference For further details, contact Shirlyn B. Igonia T: +63 2 406 4711 ext 8848 | E: shirlyni@trueventus.com
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