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March 23 - 2021 Property Collectives model - info session - Shared screen with speaker view
Luke
08:16
Be great to hear about Boroondara and Bellfield updates/statuses
Henrik Ender
13:31
Hi Tim. Does your model allow the client group to bring their own architect?
Neil
19:32
Decisions by majority and special majority - Why this? Doesn't this mean that a minority of members are continually unhappy with the result? Although far slower ,would decisions by consensus lead to more satisfaction?
Heather Smith
19:53
Please mute Lenka
Sydney CoHousing
25:11
How does the resident group share/reallocate the cost of land if only some buy the land together and other residents join later?
Catherine van Wilgenburg
25:43
Hello Vin
Vin Ryan
26:24
Hi
Vin Ryan
26:36
How many bedrooms
John Lim
29:04
Hi everyone, could you mute your microphones? Thanks.
Henrik Ender
38:38
Q: What is your level of expertise in delivering energy efficient projects? , i.e. achieving high performance homes / low-energy consumption / passivhaus?
Bruce
52:10
Good question, Henrik. I'm interested in high performance homes from a low energy point of view. Not so interested in reaching Passivhaus accreditation.
Neil Glick
56:18
Being 'deliberative' in some ways is in common with cohousing, but I hear no mention of desire to be 'living collaboratively' and this informing the design. Please explain.
Lenka Thompson
01:11:13
Go Moreland 👏🏼👏🏼
Heather Smith
01:15:24
Fingers crossed for Banyule!
Neil Glick
01:19:59
What reasons do prospective members have to come to you? Mostly attracted by lower cost or collaborative design or ???
Diane McDonald
01:20:20
Thanks Tim. I will be in touch. Diane
Carolyn Suggate
01:21:33
Great question re rural locations! We are working with organic farmers regionally - who are keen to explore housing and farmland. So keen to keep the conversation around food, housing and work is paramount.
Carolyn Suggate
01:22:24
Super keen to help with the farming and housing conversations Tim. (have some good planners very interested in this).
Vin Ryan
01:23:17
I'm interested in Western Victoria Carolyn.
Henrik Ender
01:33:42
:-) Great discussions. Very informative presentation. Thanks for this, Tim & Crew.
Carolyn Suggate
01:33:51
Such an important discussion …. we need more of you Tim! And yes - Vin, to address the high cost of entry (regional housing) and exploring ways that this could be presented to local Governments. It’s a complex scenario … but housing, food security, and employment beyond this…
Ngaire Bissett
01:37:11
Thanks folks, I will be on contact next week Tim if that’s ok when I’m in Melbourne. Ngaire
Harin
01:37:11
will there be fibre to the premises and what other facilities would there be to carry out a business from the premises?
Bruce
01:38:01
Thanks everyone. Great discussion. I need to get going. Tim, look forward to following up. And Andy, I'm coming to the event on Friday night. Look forward to hearing more.
Heather Smith
01:47:40
Thank you both Tims, Andy and John. Very interesting presentation. I will contact you re the Nillumbik project - I’d love to make contact with them.
Glenda C
01:48:50
Thanks Tims, Andy and everyone for more food for thought.
Yvonne
01:48:56
Thanks very much Tim, Tim, John and Andy, very interesting information. I enjoyed the event and everyone's questions. Please keep me updated.cheers Yvonne
Julia C
01:49:10
thank you.
Neil Glick
01:49:11
Thanks for a very interesting talk