Melbourne, 11 May 2021 – One of the first major in person seminars of 2021 is forecast to garner a capacity crowd as the countries most active and influential Social Infrastructure minds give their insights into the rapidly emerging sector followed by an in-depth panel discussion.
Hosted by CBRE’s Australian Healthcare & Social Infrastructure team panelists will include a who’s who within the space such as;
- Charter Hall (Travis Butcher)
- Moelis Australia (Richard Baresi)
- Riverlee Group (Rich Johnston)
- Kate Bailey (CBRE Research)
Set to take place at the Victorian State Library on Friday 4th of June - the event will touch on the three most popular market segments within the Social Infrastructure sphere, namely, Child Care, Healthcare and Aged Care. Focus will be placed on both investment & operational performance in addition to development insights and current market trends.
With a maximum capacity of 185 people set, CBRE’s Sandro Peluso said “The national social infrastructure market is something our team has seen grow consistently for the past 6-7 years however this growth was catalyzed by the events of 2020 and we are now really seeing a number of traditional “core” asset investors and developers turn their attention to the space, so we are expecting a fairly strong turnout.”
Charter Hall’s Travis Butcher said “Demand for social infrastructure property has continued to grow due to the resilient nature of the income, long WALE’s and tenants providing essential services to the community”
Richard Barresi said “The experience over the last year has highlighted and reinforced the essential services provided by the social infrastructure asset class and the critical role they play in the community”
Marcello Caspani-Muto said “It is not everyday you are able to get some of the largest and most active, developers, operators and investors in the one room across the Social Infrastructure space with market insights for the sector typically scarce in comparison to more traditional investment segments. There are a number of topical areas within the market that will be covered though we are expecting a few areas to be standout in nature, namely The Aged Care Royal Commission and Government funding within the child care sector. “