Inclusionary Housing Conference & Exhibition (IHCE2009)

Venue: Birchwood Hotel

Location: Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

Event Date/Time: Feb 12, 2009 End Date/Time: Feb 13, 2009
Registration Date: Feb 11, 2009
Early Registration Date: Jan 05, 2009
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Description

When Inclusionary housing programmes are adopted, developers help ensure that a specified percentage of homes built are affordable to moderate or low-income families, meaning that the developments include families of different income levels. The inclusion of affordable units in a residential or mixed-use project has been proven to add diversity and social value without compromising the quality or the market appeal of a development.

Over 2 days nearly twenty speakers will address such topics as an update on the Inclusionary housing policy draft, The challenges faced in the provision of affordable housing in SA, The financing of affordable housing: role of banks, Inclusionary housing- as means of addressing the affordable housing crisis, How Inclusionary housing differs from all other housing projects, Making it work for the developer: lessons learnt and objectives achieved, Inclusionary housing in the urban context, Breaking New Grounds- a comprehensive plan for the development of sustainable human settlement, Maximizing the success of Inclusionary housing policies, filled with case studies and many more.

This is a premier event.

Inclusionary housing Conference & Exhibition will allow you networking time with fellow government housing officials and mangers, property developers, valuers and economists, town planners, architects and financial services providers. The list is endless

Our speakers will only be the best of the best. Respected by their peers they will share with delegates their knowledge and expertise. This 2 day event is therefore not to be missed!

Venue

120 North Rand Road, Boksburg
Johannesburg
Gauteng
South Africa
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Additional Information

* To appreciate the current status of affordable housing in South Africa * To get an understanding of the functioning of the Inclusionary housing (IH) programme * To obtain more information on the inclusionary housing policy draft * To have an opportunity to discuss the pros and cons of the effectiveness of the IH programme in South Africa * To hear about best practices and get answers to challenges that arise with any inclusionary housing programme.

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