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Venue Location
Venue Location

The Hive Bar

Erskineville Road 93
Erskineville, New South Wales, Australia

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Event Details
Event Details

The ahi's NSW branch invites you to attend their next 'Housing Buzz' event, a series of debates with industry and academic experts on key issues in housing policy.


Come along and be part of the conversation as Vivienne Milligan and Hal Pawson (City Futures Research Centre) discuss the topic of: Crisis, what crisis? Does the NSW Housing Strategyhave soft foundations for hard realities?


The event is designed to be fun, informative and is a low cost opportunity to come together and discuss topical housing issues. All housing sector colleagues are welcome — members and non-members. Come any time after 5pm, with the debate kicking off at 6pm.



Your ticket gives you access to the event, plus one free drink and some light food. Additional beverages will be available for purchase.


Register to attend and receive 10 CPD points.


Physical Distancing at this event:

While the NSW Government regulations permit this gathering, event attendees are reminded to follow good hygiene habits and physical distancing, including keeping 1.5 metres away from others, not making unnecessary physical contact with others, avoiding physical greetings, such as handshakes, hugs and kisses. For more information, see Australian Government advice for physical distancing.

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Tickets

General Ticket

A$20
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Additional Information
CPD Points

Ahi Members are eligible to log 10 CPD points for attending this event.


CPD points can assist members to achieve Ahi Professional Certification status. Ahi Professional Certification is awarded to housing professionals who have demonstrated a commitment to the housing profession and continuing professional development.

Staying Safe at In-person Events

The venue for this event has strict health and hygiene protocols in place, including Covid safe dining practices and density limits that comply with Government requirements.


Event attendees are reminded to check-in at the venue and follow good hygiene habits and physical distancing, to help keep yourself and others safe:

  • Maintain 1.5 metres distance between yourself and others.
  • Avoid physical greetings, such as handshakes, hugs and kisses.
  • Wear a mask - if deemed mandatory in your location, or consider wearing a mask.
  • Wash and sanitise your hands thoroughly and often especially after using the bathroom, before eating and after coughing or sneezing.
  • Avoid coughing or sneezing into your hands. Use the crook of your elbow or tissue, and dispose of the tissue as soon as possible before washing your hands.
  • Do not attend this event if you are unwell, even if you are experiencing mild symptoms, such as a sore throat, runny nose, cough or fever.