Sydney 1999

The inaugural National Housing Conference was held at Stadium Australia in Sydney from 29–30 November 1999. Papers, presentations and speeches can be downloaded via the table below.

Click on the document name to download the pdf file.

Download the conference program

Sydney 1999 materials

Surname
First name
Document
AcfunMr AlexInnovation in Indigenous Housing
AcfunMr AlexBridging the gap—strategies for renewal in rural and remote communities
BlackMs ChristineNew partnerships in service planning and provision
CarrMr JamesHousing for community renewal—some examples from the United States
CarrMr JamesFinding the funds—new ways of re-investing
ColesMr DavidBridging the gap—strategies for renewal in rural and remote communities
DeaneHon Sir WilliamConference opening speech
FarrarMr AdamOutcomes of the National Project
FulcherMs HelenDetermining priorities for urban renewal—who decides?
GallardMs AnnetteCivic reengagement partnerships with the community
HillMr IanFinding the funds—new ways of re-investing
KearneyMs LouiseCivic reengagement partnerships with the community—tenant and community initiatives programs
KentMs KateDetermining priorities for urban renewal—who decides?
LennonMr MichaelConference close—a commentary-drawing the debate together
McInerneyMr JohnChanging service delivery models—the impact of increased targeting
NewmanSenator The Hon JocelynConference dinner speech
ParisChrisHousing futures—the role of housing in economic and social futures
PayneMr BillCivic reengagement partnerships with the community (Paper 1)
PayneMr BillCivic reengagement partnerships with the community (Paper 2)
PayneMr BillThe Chartered Institute of Housing, UK
PayneMr BillInnovation in community partnerships
PolglaseMr NeilBridging the gap—strategies for renewal in rural and remote communities
QuigleyProf JohnCivic reengagement partnerships with the community
QuigleyProf JohnFinancing housing and community development:
public, private and not-for-profits
ReadyMs LynneChanging service delivery models—the impact of increased targeting
RefshaugeHon Dr AndrewOpening address
SpivakMr GaryNew partnerships in service planning and provision
WoodwardMr MatthewChanging service delivery models—the impact of increased targeting
YatesDr JudyHousing markets and social exclusion
YuenMr RickyThe Hong Kong experience