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Regeneration Forum 2019

Since it’s inception in 2012, HSC’s Regeneration Forum is recognized by the sector as THE leading event for the revitalization and asset renewal of community housing.

The 2019 Regeneration Forum was considered a tremendous success! For those who were unable to attend, or wish to revisit the topics; below you will find PDF copies of most PowerPoints delivered at the Forum. Audio and video files will be posted as they become available. 

Day 1:

Morning Plenary: Capitalizing on Opportunity: Addressing the Need for New Affordable Development in Canada

Morning Workshops:

Managing Your Assets: When to Renew Build New or Undo

Passive House Path to Affordability

Match Making in the Housing Sector: Considerations when Choosing a Development Partner

Afternoon Workshops:

Proformas: Is there a Secret to Making the Number Works?

Rethinking Structural Design – Graham Stewart only

Wearing Two Hats: Can Non-profit Housing Organizations Act as Developers?

Day 2:

Morning Plenary: Finding your Voice to Influence Government Agendas

Morning Workshops:

Beyond Just Housing: Design for Targeted Populations

Pooling Resources: Exploring Community Land Trusts and Land Banks

Afternoon Workshops:

The Change Curve: Using a Tenant Engagement Process when Redeveloping

Note: Presenters providers did not deliver presentations.

Are Energy Focused Design and Affordability Compatible?

The Promise and Perils of Developing Mixed-Income Housing

View the resources and materials from previous forums here: 2012, 2014, 2016 Regeneration Forums.

CONTACT US: events@hscorp.ca