Event 2 Innovations in Design and Construction is taking place in Vancouver on Thursday February 13.
To register visit TGAM.CA/HOUSINGINNOVATIONSERIES
Cities and regions across Canada share common challenges - access to affordable housing, sustainability and equitable distribution of services. How can Canadian governments, developers, planners, builders, investors and others work together to spur innovative approaches to housing? The Globe and Mail's National Housing Innovation Series, presented by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) will showcase new and emerging solutions to our country's housing crunch. Developed with input from The Keesmaat Group, the events - hosted in Toronto and Vancouver - will bring leading thinkers together to discuss how fresh approaches might be adapted to the Canadian context.
Innovations in Housing Policy – Does gentle density require an aggressive approach?
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2019
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
THE GLOBE AND MAIL CENTRE, TORONTO
The first event in the series focused on the role of policy in creating new housing models and gentle density innovation. Speakers from Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Toronto and other regions will share new, yet proven, approaches to affordable housing and municipal zoning.
The second event in The Globe and Mail's National Housing Innovation Series will focus on the role of design and construction in affordability, speed and sustainability.
Leading experts and innovators will discuss best practices and top approaches to modular construction and the use of timber. The event - developed with input from The Keesmaat Group - will focus on new yet proven strategies in design and construction from around the world. Experts and advocates will also tackle obstacles to widespread adoption of emerging materials and technologies. Be part of the day and add your voice to the national dialogue on affordable, equitable and sustainable housing.
Innovations in Financing
Date to be announced
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
TORONTO | THE GLOBE AND MAIL CENTRE
The third event in The Globe and Mail's National Housing Innovation Series will focus on innovations in financing.
What has changed with housing financing and where do we go from here? The third event in The Globe and Mail's National Housing Innovation Series, presented by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), will explore key questions around housing access and finance. How has the birth year lottery determined the equity play for home ownership? What are the ramifications of the commodification of housing? What financial policies could help ensure access to housing? The event - developed with founding partner, The Keesmaat Group - will also cover the increasing effects of corporate ownership of homes. Register to attend and be part of the national dialogue on affordable, equitable and sustainable housing.
Part one of this national event series will focus on housing policy.
TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED INCLUDE:
> How policy changes can unlock access to land for more housing
> Approaches to building community consensus for change
> Innovative approaches to land development and densification
PART ONE: INNOVATIONS IN HOUSING POLICY IS NOW SOLD OUT! If you still wish to attend, join the event waitlist and we will contact you if additional tickets become available.