A joint presentation between PerthALIVE and FuturePerth to the International Cities Town Centres & Communities Society Conference in October, 2013 challenged traditional assumptions about what different age groups want from their cities and housing. To read more, click here. 

Other Presentations are listed below.

UWA Faculty of Architecture: Student Presentation August 2013
International Cities, Town Centres and Communities (ICTC) Conference: An Unexpected Partnership – Different Generations Seeking Similar Housing October 2013
Curtin University Architectural Students: Different Generations Seeking Similar Housing March 2014
Australian Institute of Urban Studies (AIUS): MAPs April 2014
Committee for Perth: MAPs June 2014
Landcorp: Developers’ Forum September 2014
Landcorp: Staff Presentation September 2014
Baptist Care: MAPs November 2014
Property Council: Retirement Living Conference August 2015
Planning Institute of Australia: How Will We Live? Imagine Our Tomorrow September 2015
Eco-Fair: A Sustainable Lifestyle Starts with Intergenerational Living and Sustainability March 2016
 (IPWEA): Intergenerational Living Environment – Perth’s Changing Lifestyle March 2016
Roberts Day Seminar: MAPS May 2017
International Centre for Integrated Urban Planning and Transport (ICIUPT) Conference: Making It Happen – Citizen-Led Collaboration for Delivering Multi-Age Living September 2017
City of Melville Council: PerthALIVE and Multi-Age Living November 2017
Rotary Club of Bay View Claremont: PerthALIVE and Multi-Age Living February 2018
Metronet Team, Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage: PerthALIVE and Multi-Age Precincts (MAPs) April 2018
Department of Communities (Housing) – PerthALIVE and Multi-Age Precincts (MAPs) May 2018
EDGE Public Consultation Session: Multi-Age Precincts (MAPs) November 2018



2014: Kieran Wong, Design Director CODA and Luke Wilcox, Landcorp.

2015 Guy Luscombe :The NANA Project

2016 Assistant Professor Kristien Ring and Professor Geoffrey London.  Baugruppen in Berlin and Co-housing in Fremantle.