Shelter WA promotes and coordinates events that bring people together across the housing continuum. From community events such as Homelessness Week and policy consultations to affordable housing sector networking events like our industry breakfast, we’re always looking for ways to bring people together in our mission to ensure access to safe, affordable housing.
Shelter WA members receive special prices for most Shelter WA ticketed events.
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Members and stakeholders are invited to Shelter WA's AGM, to hear about key Shelter WA successes for the 2016/17 year as well as participate in the formalities of electing members to the Shelter WA Board for 2017/18.
Stuart Clarke, the Director Social Housing Policy from the Department of Communities will be the keynote speaker at the AGM.
Nominations are called for the following positions on the Shelter WA Board:
• Five (5) Board Positions
Organisational and individual members are entitled to nominate for positions on the Board if:
• The individual, or the organisation, has been a financial member of Shelter WA for at least one year; or
• The individual, or the organisation, submits a nomination that includes two signatories of others eligible for election.
If you are unable to attend and would like to nominate a proxy to vote on your behalf, please complete a Proxy Form and give it to that person to present at the AGM.
Please note, only financial members are eligible to vote at the Shelter WA AGM. Please confirm your membership status with Shelter WA prior to the close of nominations.
Please confirm your attendance by RSVP below or contacting us at email@example.com or (08) 9325 6660.
State and local government planning frameworks can play a major role in facilitating diverse social and affordable housing options. Councils can plan to ensure there is an appropriate supply and mix of housing to meet community needs and can encourage the construction of affordable housing.
Shelter WA, in partnership with the Property Council, City of Fremantle and the Planning Institute of Australia, is hosting a discussion on the FREMANTLE ALTERNATIVE – a planning amendment and its broader implications for housing affordability. This event will provide a unique insight, from an industry, government and non-government perspective, on planning innovation to deliver greater housing choice.