In-Depth Property Development

Starts 26 October

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Course details

Date

October 26 & 27
November 9 & 10, 23 & 24

Time

Start: 8:30am
Finish: 4:30pm

Location

Level 12
120 Edward Street, Brisbane

Price

$5,000 ex GST Members
(This advanced course is member-only)

Course overview

The In-Depth Property Development course advances participant knowledge across the residential development cycle in Queensland. Taking place across six days in a six week
period, this course is an opportunity to get down into the weeds and explore each facet of bringing a development to fruition.

The course covers: site selection and acquisition; project positioning and marketing; development application; construction; and project management.

Each module is presented by current industry professionals with significant experience in the topic being covered with a mix of presentations and case studies. The course concludes with a site tour, which is a valuable opportunity to crystallise the knowledge gained.

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Learning outcomes

  • Understand the development cycle in great detail
  • Gain insight into each stage of the cycle
  • Learn the journey from site selection through to delivery
  • Apply learnings through case studies and site tour.

 

Who should attend? 

  • New to the property industry
  • Assistant Development Managers
  • Project and Operational Managers
  • Key decision makers and advisors

Presenters

Michael Forwood Manager of Town Planning and Urban Design Saunders Havill
Sean Sandford Director SCG Urban
Hung Tran Partner BDO
Eddie Chung Partner BDO
Richard Fulcher General Manager – QLD Oliver Hume
Alan McKernan Special Counsel Colin Biggers & Paisley
Cameron McColl Chief Operating Officer Boulder Capital
Rodney Norris Senior Relationship Manager ANZ
Chelsea van Riet Director of Research UDIA Queensland
Vaughn Bowden Land Development Manager Fiteni Homes
Peter Egerton Technical Director – Urban Design RPS
Melissa Drake Senior Urban Designer RPS
Brendan Tutt Managing Director Tessa Group
Tom Buckley Senior Associate HopgoodGanim Lawyers
Debra Robinson Project Director Sunshine Coast Council
Marc Wilkinson Managing Director Penfold Property Group
Shaun Pilcher Senior Engineer Calibre
Taylor Hood National EnviroDevelopment Manager UDIA Queensland
Matt Hemming Partner & 5D Quantity Surveyor Mitchell Brandtman
Graham Coles Civil Manager Northrop Consulting Engineers
Sarah Scruby Senior Development Manager Racing Queensland
Clint Wood Design Principal Place Design Group
Kesree Jones General Manager Sales Programs Frasers Property Australia
Claire O’Rourke Co-founder & Partner Bluebird Property Group
Nick Meadows Senior Planner RPS

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Changes to Registration

On written confirmation from the Institute of your registration requirements, all details will be considered final. Any changes after this point will need to be made in writing to the Institute via events@udiaqld.com.au. Registrations typically close 48 hours prior to the event.

Cancellation Policy

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All cancellations must be made in writing to the Institute. Registration fees will be refunded if cancellation is received via written notification at least 30 business days before the event. Cancellations made after this time cannot be refunded. Your refund will be reimbursed via the same payment method you used to purchase the registration. As an alternative to cancellation, your registration may be transferred to another person at no cost. Transfers must be made in writing via events@udiaqld.com.au.

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All cancellations must be made in writing to the Institute. Registration fees will be refunded if cancellation is received via written notification at least fourteen (14) business days before the event. Cancellations made after this time cannot be refunded. Your refund will be reimbursed via the same payment method you used to purchase the registration. As an alternative to cancellation, your registration may be transferred to another person at no cost. Transfers must be made in writing via events@udiaqld.com.au.

In the event of inclement weather or force majeure (war, revolution, act of public enemies or act of terrorism; riot, blockade, insurrection or civil commotion; strike, lockout, stoppage, ban or limitation on work, restraint of labour or other industrial dispute; act of god; epidemic or disease; fire, flood, earthquake, storm or cyclone; malicious damage, smoke or explosion; sabotage, bomb threat, or other threats of violence; act or restraint of any government or semi-governmental or other public statutory authority; judgement, ruling decisions or enforcement actions of any court or tribunal jurisdiction; breakdown of any facilities or machinery or unavailability of essential equipment, supplies or services; cessation of or interruption to water or electrical supply) or any other cause or event not reasonably within the control of the Institute which may affect the event in whole or in part, refunds will be based on the individual circumstances and venue policies.

Payment

In order to confirm your attendance at the event, payment must be received in full prior to the event date. For any late bookings, all outstanding balances must be settled in full within fourteen (14) business days after the event date. Event payments can be made by credit card, cheque or direct deposit.

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Registration fees do not include insurance of any kind. Should you wish to participate in any activities provided at the Trade Booths, you do so at your own risk.

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By participating in the event you acknowledge and agree that:

Given the contagious nature of COVID-19 and that Queensland Health and many other public health authorities still recommend practicing social distancing, there are risks in participating in the event;

Although the Institute will comply with government restrictions, the Institute cannot guarantee that you will not become infected with COVID-19 which has significant health risks;

You have had the opportunity to consider the risks associated with participating in the event and freely and voluntarily accept: all of the risks (foreseeable and unforeseeable) that may result from participating in the event; and any and all consequences which may result from those risks (whether foreseeable or unforeseeable);

While participating in the event you will, at all times, follow: government guidelines in relation to COVID-19 and all set procedures to reduce the spread of COVID-19 while attending the event; the lawful directions of the Institute and any of its representatives or the representatives the premises at which event is held; and any signage displayed at the event or on the premises at which event is held;

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  1. You are well and are not experiencing any symptom of illness such as cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, or new loss of taste or smell; 
  2. You have not been in contact with a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19; 
  3. You are not otherwise required to be self-quarantining; 
  4. If any of the above circumstances change prior to the event you will notify us and not attend the event.

We have updated our event terms and conditions to include COVID-19, read them here.