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Michael Scott MANAGING DIRECTOR THE TREADSTONE COMPANY

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  1. Michael Scott MANAGING DIRECTOR THE TREADSTONE COMPANY

  2. Introduction • What is Housing Diversity? • Why do we need it? • How is it going to be delivered? • What is Liveability? LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

  3. What is Liveability? Our Cities, Our Future Federal Government’s Urban Policy for a Productive, Sustainable and Liveable Future Linkages between future funding for infrastructure and this Urban Policy including the agreed COAG criteria LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

  4. What is Liveability? Chapter 5 Liveability Facilitate the Supply of Appropriate Mixed Income Housing [Diversity] Support Affordable Living Choices [Affordability] Improve Accessibility and Reduce Dependence on Private Motor Vehicles [Public Transport] Support Community Wellbeing [Cycling and Walking] LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

  5. What is Liveability? “Australian Government funding for significant infrastructure will be dependant on States and Territories having plans in place that deliver on the nine agreed COAG agreed criteria” “The current and projected supply of dwellings does not match the changing needs of the growing population in terms of quantity, diversity, accessibility and affordability” “Encourage the development of urban areas that promote healthy lifestyles through cycling and walking networks, recreation facilities and high quality public spaces” LIVEABILITY is about Housing Choice and the Village LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

  6. What is Housing Diversity? • Infill and Renewal Sites • Existing markets and established communities • Different developers • Good examples of Housing Diversity including apartments • New Communities • Recent examples of 30 dwellings/hectare • No apartments (feasibility or market aspirations) • Responding to change and affordability • Shift to more Housing Diversity LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

  7. Tour Examples of Infill Sites LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

  8. New Communities LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

  9. What is Housing Diversity? LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

  10. What is Housing Diversity? LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

  11. What is Housing Diversity? • Landcom’s Housing Diversity Guide • Compact Housing Types • Cottages (single and two storey) on 150m2 – 250m2 lots • Terraces (single and two storey) on 113m2 – 240m2 lots • Strata Studio Apartments over rear garages • Some stacked units (cottage construction) LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

  12. Cottages LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

  13. Terraces LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

  14. Terraces LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

  15. Strata Studios LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

  16. Strata Studios LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

  17. Why do we need Housing Diversity? • The Drivers of Change • Social – Demographics + Health • Economic – Affordability + Services • Environmental – Sprawl + Consumption • Costs of Living Pressures • Shift from Monthly Cost of Purchase to Running Costs • Home Buyers views of Debt + Savings • Availability of Credit (homebuyer or builder) • Aspirations “Own Home on Own Block” LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

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  20. Why do we need Housing Diversity? • Demand for traditional large detached homes is declining • Becoming a smaller market segment (375m2 is the new 450m2) • Shift the fight for market share to more supply (10,000 new homes) • Need to widen the market offer (40% or 4,000 compact per year) • More compact housing $ 300,000 to $ 450,000 • Increase housing supply and rate of sale LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

  21. How will it be delivered? • Real Circles for Village Amenity • Village focus, recreation facilities and transport ready • Infrastructure Funding Model • Federal and State Taxes (GST + Stamp Duty = $70,000) • Developer Contributions (SIC + Section 94 = $70,000) • Change to Regulation • Move away from one speed minimum standards • Diversity by allowing % at different minimum standards • Apartment alternative, Torrens Title with POS, Setbacks etc. LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

  22. How will it be delivered? • Display Homes • Alternative to apartments • Must be able to walk through • Create new standard housing types • House + Land Packages • Land developer and home builder maintain roles • Release of subdivision plan prior to construction • Need for delivery controls on “House + Land Package” • Construction loan funding (Valuers + Banks) LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

  23. How will it be delivered? • Pipeline of Supply for Targeted Initiatives • ACT Affordable Housing Action Plan 20% of New Homes • LDA’sOwnPlace Program • Eligible Purchasers • Retirement Housing (Options other than Retirement Village) • Mixed Tenure (Private Owners + CHP’s) • Institutional Investment LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE

  24. Questions? • Mike Scott | Director | The Treadstone Company Pty Ltd • Mobile 0418 223 969 | Email mikescott@treadstone.net.au LANDCOM 2011 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE