The organisers of a housing and homelessness conference in the City of Moreton Bay next month hope participants will leave feeling informed, connected and energised.
Chameleon Housing CEO Carmel Riethmuller says the conference will shine a light on the ‘housing first’ model, with the keynote address being delivered by Professor Cameron Parsell UQ, discussing how to respond to people who are homeless.
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How do you design a suburb in 2023 to include social housing, affordable housing, be close to public transport, increase density, mesh with the existing community and not send developers broke? Does housing design differ between greenfield locations, where there is no existing layout or infrastructure, and established suburbs where there are already homes, shops, schools, parks – and any problems are entrenched?
Brisbane Times has taken a look at south-east Queensland’s newest suburb, Lilywood, in Caboolture West (now called Waraba), and we have asked industry experts how they would deliver new homes in established suburbs.
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Flood-affected residents can access free legal support through the Pine Rivers Community Legal Service (PRCLS) at its walk-in clinic at Kallangur Neighbourhood Centre on Friday 15 July from 9am-3pm.
Solicitors at the pop-up flood clinic will be available to assist anyone impacted by the floods with a range of legal issues, including housing and tenancy, property or vehicle damage and insurance, fencing and tree disputes, debt, family separation, domestic and family and violence, and more.