The International Forum brings together researchers from around the world to share work on multi-owned properties, including condominium, strata property, common interest developments, and homeowner associations. Organized by the City Futures Research Centre, UNSW, and hosted by UBC’s Allard School of Law, the Forum includes two days of meetings at UBC and a field trip to one of Metro Vancouver’s neighbourhoods in transition from single-house lot developments to multi-owned condominium housing.
The Forum keynote speakers are Professor David Ley from UBC’s Department of Geography and Professor Ute Lehrer from York University’s Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change.
There is an option to attend the first two days online. More information, including the program and registration details, is available on the Eventbrite registration site. Early-bird registration rates are available until March 24.
The event qualifies for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits.
- Allard School of Law
- General Public
- All Students
- Continuing Professional Development