Yorke Peninsula and Mid North Housing Roundtable - Kadina
Monday 12 August 2019, 10:00am - 01:00pm

Play a key role in improving housing in regional South Australia!

South Australia has a unique opportunity to advance housing outcomes for all South Australians and we want you to play a key role. As part of efforts to develop a new long-term plan for housing in our State, an important sector roundtable about housing and homelessness in Whyalla and the Eyre Peninsula is being held at Whyalla and you or a member of your organisation are invited to attend on Monday 124 August 2019 10am - 1pm.

This will be one of seven Regional Development Area roundtables being held across the State to ensure that regional housing issues are captured and responded to as part of the 10-year Housing and Homelessness Strategy. Local community have an opportunity to share their views about local housing issues and potential solutions during an informal ‘drop in’ session later in the day (4pm – 7pm) at the same venue.      

The roundtable will focus on:

We have also now launched a strategy-specific engagement platform, talkabout.housing.sa.gov.au. Talk About Housing is where all stakeholders can see Strategy updates and engage with different questions, discussions, ideas boards, maps and more. Please visit Talk About Housing, complete the very simple registration process and participate in the sector conversation.

Please circulate this invitation to your professional network. Community housing providers, developers, health and community service providers, Aboriginal representatives, local and state government delegates are all welcome to attend.

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Light lunch included

If you have questions relating to the event, please call Michelle on (08) 8207 0179.

Location Copper Coast Sport and Leisure Centre, 1 Doswell Tce, Kadina


Beckwith Park, 30 Tanunda Road Nuriootpa SA 5355
PO Box 868 Nuriootpa SA 5355
T 08 8565 8900 F 08 8311 1723
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