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Press conference: WA community housing symposium

Developers, NGOs, government, industry unite to fix WA’s housing crisis 


With Western Australia in the grips of a housing crisis, developers, community housing organisations, government and industry leaders will gather at an all-day symposium to work on solutions. 


This full-day event will take a deep dive into the ideas, opportunities and challenges WA must overcome to amplify cross-sector collaboration on social and affordable housing and best leverage Commonwealth funding.


WHO: A press conference will be held with Shelter WA CEO Kath Snell, Community Housing Industry Association CEO Wendy Hayhurst, Urban Development Institute of Australia CEO Tanya Steinbeck, and Housing Choices Western Australia General Manager Natalie Sangalli

WHEN: 12pm, Tuesday 19 September


WHERE: Hackett Hall, Mezzanine Level, WA Museum Boola Bardip

Contact details:

Before the day: Charlie Moore: 0452 606 171 // Sofie Wainwright: 0403 920 301 

On the day: Chantal Caruso - 0474 872 919


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