Queensland Housing Supply Expert Panel
New Expert Panel to advise on housing supply across Queensland
In 2018, the Queensland Government established the Housing Supply Expert Panel to advise on the South East Queensland Growth Monitoring Program and provide independent expert advice about how to appropriately manage land supply and associated issues in the fast-growing south east corner of the State.
On 8 September 2022, the Queensland Government announced that the Panel’s remit would be expanded to provide advice on housing supply state-wide.
A new Queensland Housing Supply Expert Panel, appointed on 30 December 2022, will provide independent, expert advice to Government on matters including, but not limited to:
- housing diversity and affordability
- state and local government strategies, plans and policy responses addressing land and housing supply
- impediments and opportunities to progress the growth management outcomes across Queensland
- the information captured by the government about land supply and development monitoring.
Background and membership
The Housing Supply Expert Panel consists of 12 experts in planning, property, economics, development, social housing, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander housing from across Australia. The Panel members are:
- Julie Saunders – Urban planning and housing (Chair)
- Amy Degenhart – Urban design and architecture
- Mary Doctor – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander housing
- Dr Michael Fotheringham – Housing research and policy development
- Guy Gibson – Property development
- Dr Sharon Harwood – Urban planning
- Antonia Mercorella – Real estate, property and housing economics
- Darren Mew – Property development, urban design and affordable housing
- Phillip Ransom – Property economics
- Natalie Rayment – Urban planning
- Tim Reardon – Property economics
- Matthew Ryan – Property economics
More information about the Panel will be available soon.
Last updated: 30 Dec 2022