Alternative infill housing: Can citizen-led development regenerate cities and communities?
Are you interested in the visions of consolidation promised by the 30 Year Plan but not in the housing it is currently producing? Join community members, architect, academics and others passionate about citizen-led housing for a discussion about innovations occurring internationally and interstate.
Households are increasingly self-organising multi-unit housing for their own use. Working together with family, friends and other community–minded households, citizens are realising housing projects which both build and regenerate cities and communities. Citizen-led housing circumvents the dominance of developers, enabling you to design and build to your own needs, desires, and budget.
Following short presentations from the panel we will workshop the question “Can citizen-led development contribute to urban regeneration and urban community in Adelaide?” Join the discussion, shape the vision, and help it happen here in SA.
Jasmine’s passion for community involvement in infill housing began more than two decades ago as an architecture student. After designing groups of inner city housing for future resident collectives and raising her daughter...
Tim founded Property Collectives in 2010, a collaborative development model that brings people together to develop their own inner-city townhouse projects. By working as a collective we provide a more affordable and alternat...
Sue lives in Kaurna country at Christie Walk, an inner city eco-community, and is passionate about the story of place. She has always been an environmentalist and following a series of accidents left her with a physical ...
Mr Warren Phillips is a Senior Development Manager with Landcorp. Western Australia’s Land and Development Agency. Warren is one of the leaders of Landcorp’s ‘Innovation Through Demonstration’ initiative that champion sustai...
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