Property's new dawn: Melbourne's changing landscape | 11 April 2019
How is the future of property being shaped today?
The Hopkins Group invites you to the first of our 2019 property event series, as we step outside of the city to bring an engaging line up of guest speakers together to discuss the many faces of Melbourne’s changing property landscape.
Date: Thursday 11 April 2019
Time: Doors open at 6.00pm for networking, drinks and nibbles. 6.30pm presentation start
Location: EBV Display Suite - 143 Nicholson Street, Brunswick East 3057
Cost: This is a free event. Register early to avoid disappointment
Please register via form above!
Dan Palmer | Director, Very Edible Gardens
How do we consider the environment in increasingly dense urban environments? Dan Palmer, Director of Very Edible Gardens and permaculture expert, speaks about transforming modern landscape design to focus on green spaces that not only look and feel amazing, but are also deeply nourishing.
Michael Williams | Managing Director, The Hopkins Group
Could the ALP be gearing up for an election victory in May? As we prepare for a potential change in government, Michael Williams discusses the impact Labor’s proposed property changes could have on investors, presenting the challenges and opportunities property investors face in the short, medium and long term.
Scott Keck | Chairman, Charter Keck Kramer
John Hopkins | Executive Chairman, The Hopkins Group
How is Melbourne’s changing population and demographic makeup influencing the way we think about property? In this exclusive panel discussion, John Hopkins and Scott Keck talk to our changing attitudes toward medium to high density property and smaller residences more broadly - both out of necessity (affordability) and a realisation that the quarter acre lots of old are no longer the be all and end all that they once were.