Why and how governments intervene in land markets; land value tax; public land leasing; and inclusionary zoning are just some of the topics set to feature in a new series of talks organised by The Housing Agency, The Land Development Agency, and the Geary Institute of Public Policy, UCD. The kick off seminar is October 4.
“Talking about Land” is a series of seven talks which will examine how governments in other countries intervene in the management of state lands and land markets to ensure there is adequate affordable housing supply. International experts will share their experiences with Irish practitioners and explore how they can apply their practices to an Irish context. Each event will see an international speaker sharing a case study of land management in their respective country, followed by a speaker working in housing and land management in Ireland.
The events will take place at 12pm on Tuesdays between early October and February 2023. The full programme is as follows:
Session 1: Tues 4 Oct 2022- Why and how do governments intervene in land markets?
Session 2: Tues 18 Oct 2022- Public Land Banking
Session 3: Tues 1 Nov 2022- Public Land Leasing
Session 4: Tues 15 Nov 2022- Land Pooling and Readjustment
Session 5: Tues 10 Jan 2023- Land Value Capture
Session 6: Tues 24 Jan 2023- Land Value Tax
Session 7: Tues 7 Feb 2023- Inclusionary Zoning
The first session will take place on Tuesday 4 October, 2022, 12pm-1pm (Dublin time). Speakers will include Adj. Prof. Julie Lawson of RMIT University Melbourne, and Prof. Michelle Norris, Director of the Geary Institute for Public Policy, UCD.
If you would like to register to join the first session online via Zoom, please use this link. You may also use this link to register to join the entire series online.
Further details will be released in advance of each session.
If you have any questions about the series, please contact email@example.com.