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Join in for the third and final instalment this MPavilion season of Open Journal‘s popular and thought-provoking series High Density Happiness.

This panel discussion will discuss property ownership alternatives, from enforced re-sale restrictions in Brunswick’s Nightingale development, to more complex shared ownership structures and co-housing.

The panel will explore whether a new ownership framework could be the answer to affordable housing, and considers whether we might see a split market soon emerge.

Underpinning these discussions is the idea that we truly do live in a time where generation-long housing stability has long given way, and these ownership alternatives could soon become the new normal.

Speakers to be announced soon.

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