Settlement Risk or Settle Down? An Outlook for Residential Settlements in 2016/17


 In the wake of an unprecedented apartment construction boom, the focus for the development industry is now turning from project commencements to settlements.

Across Australia’s three largest cities – Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane – record levels of new development have not only changed the face of the cities’ skyline, but also raised questions around the implications for the broader industry.

So, is the outlook for residential settlements something to be concerned about, or are the headlines and hype simply an attempt by a struggling media industry to sell more papers?

The Urban Developer, in partnership with McCullough Robertson, is pleased to invite you to our next Insights Series event, Settlement Risk or Settle Down: The Outlook for Residential Settlements in 2016/17.

The event will include an invite-only panel of experts that will provide a comprehensive and sensible discussion focused on:

  • What is the outlook for current and future settlements?
  • What is the current and future predictions for international settlements?
  • How is the current supply pipeline likely to impact settlements?
  • What are the measures that developers can establish to maximise settlements?
  • What is the current view of the major banks and how is this impacting settlements?
  • How are property valuations being impacted by the current and future supply pipeline?
  • How is the supply pipeline affecting the development of new projects in the market?
  • What other risks and opportunities are being presented in the market?

This is a must-attend event for anyone involved in the development of multi-residential dwellings in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. 

Seats are very limited so please ensure you book early to avoid missing out.


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