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Living by the sea2011 Property Conference16th SeptemberAdelaide Convention CentreIt started with the sea change phenomenon and thegreat Australian desire to live by the beach.Thousands followed that dream, inundating coastaltowns in search of a different pace to life - making thebeach the new backyard.But as more and more people seek the sea changeconsideration must be given to planning decisions,impacts of climate change, employment opportunities,infrastructure and overall sustainability of our coastalenvironment.The reality is that as property professionals we mustaddress this phenomenon and account for the myriadof variables that go to make up our coastal communities.Principal Sponsor


ProgramMaster of Ceremonies: Neil CrossThe morning session is sponsored by Knight Frank Valuations8.15 - 8.45 Registrations8.45 – 8.50 Welcome8.50 – 9.30 The Draw of the Coast Professor Andrew BeerFirst it was the retirees making the sea change, then it became a lifestyle decision forthose tired of the rat race. Demographer Andrew Beer is going to discuss the draw of thecoast who is making the move and why.9.30 – 10.00 Climate Change and Coastal Areas – there are $$ in this for Australian businesses!Richard Inwood will provide us with an update on climate change and the latest data on sea levelsrising and the impacts across Australia. He will also discuss opportunities for Australia business in alow carbon society.10.00 – 10.30 The cost of living by the Sea Tim LawlessTim Lawless will provide a property market update10.30 - 11.00 Morning Tea sponsored by Egan National Valuers11.00 – 12.00 Parallel Sessions (Register an Option)Option 1ResidentialBuilding Defects by the SeaKent HopkinsBuildings near the sea are subject toelements that can affect their longevity.Kent Hopkins from the HIA willshare with you his expertise on whatto look out for in this environmentwhen conducting inspections ofcoastal property.Living in the Slow LaneLyn and John ClarkOn 12 March 2007, the historic RiverPort of Goolwa was accredited as thefirst Cittaslow or "Slow Town" in Australia.Goolwa joined the internationalnetwork of towns and cities that combinethe efforts of Council, the businesscommunity and residents to improvethe quality of life for all who liveand work in their town. Lyn and Johnwill explain the philosophy of Cittaslow,Goolwa's journey to accreditationand the achievements and benefitsof becoming a Cittaslow.Option 2CommercialFrom the ground to the seaIan FinchIn a first for the state, an innovativemulti user port facility and floatingharbour will be developed off the coastof South Australia.Ironclad Mining Limited, established toaccelerate the development of the excitingWilcherry Hill iron ore depositslocated on Eyre Peninsula, has signedan option agreement with Sea TransportCorporation to ship iron ore froma holding warehouse at Lucky Bay to afloating harbour, located about 5-10kilometres offshore. IronClad's ExecutiveChairman, Ian Finch, discusses theproject.Marina DevelopmentsSam Sgherza. Michael Macilino andMichael IrlandMarina developments are highly specialisedand marina berths can presentpeculiar challenges to property valuers.Sam Sgherza Group has recentlycompleted the new Crown Marina atNorth Haven. Sam and Marina ManagerMichael Macolino will enlighten uson this venture and its particular challengesin terms of development, marketing,finance and the use of marinaberths as mortgage security.Option 3RuralBio Security and Property ValuesDr Rob RahaleyBiosecurity is the protection of theeconomy, environment and publichealth from negative impacts associatedwith pests and diseases. SouthAustralia has had a historical involvementin biosecurity at a local, stateand national level. This involvementhas become essential for protectionfrom the increased risk of exotic pest,disease and weed incursions. Incursionscan significantly impact on marketaccess, production systems, andthe environment. Impacts to theeconomy and property values arepotential by-products of pest incursionsdue to eradication costs andnecessary quarantine restrictions,and the consequences can be incrediblysignificant.Regional Development andMarine ParksSteven GriffithsThis country no longer rides on asheep's back. Steven Griffiths willdiscuss the importance of RegionalDevelopment to ensure sustainableand viable rural communities. Hewill also discuss the potential impactsof marine parks on regionalcoastal communities.12.00 - 1.30 Lunch sponsored by Herron Todd White


1.30 – 2.00 Coastal Development Ken RollondKen Rollond was elected Mayor of Holdfast Bay for a third term in 2010. As the mayor of SouthAustralia‟s premier seaside suburb, he is well versed in various issues regarding urban coastalproperty development and has not shied away from controversy. In his address Ken will „speakhis mind‟ about coastal development and present his vision for Glenelg‟s future.2.00 - 2.30 The Power of the People Roy RamageA solar retrofit program which saw 800 houses in the City of Victor Harbor and a further 1,000houses in neighbouring precincts, install a minimum set of 1.50kWh roof mounted solar panels.The City of Victor Harbor can now drive over a megawatt of power from its roofs and underfederal law, can, in 2011 register as an independent power company. The economic impacts arefar reaching and continuous. Solar technologies combined with domestic wind turbines affordimmediate and continued economic growth while offering insulation against the uncertain state oftraditional energy suppliers. The added benefit is a massive reduction in carbon footprint.2.30 - 2.45 National Update Philip WesternThe API National President Phil Western will provide you with your update of the plans and futuredirections of the Institute.2.45 – 3.15 Afternoon Tea sponsored by Egan National Valuers3.15 – 3.45 The Purple Pipe Phenomenon Chris MarlesEven though the drought has broken some time ago, South Australia is continuing to implementwater savings and security measures. Purple pipes are becoming commonplace in newsub-divisions to bring recycled non-potable storm and/or waste water to households for gardenwatering and toilet flushing. Christopher Marles will enlighten us on the roll-out of this importantand innovative „dual-reticulation‟ scheme. He is the Manager of Business Development for SAWater and has 41 years experience in the water business.3.45 – 4.30 Slaying the Giants Glenn CooperCoopers is now the number three brewery in Australia capacity-wise, and is the only remaininglarge family-owned brewery in Australia. How does a South Australian Company compete withthe interstate brewing giants? Glenn Cooper will share his company‟s philosophy and how thathas contributed to Coopers success. Lessons that can be translated to every business.4.30– 4.40 Conference Close4.45– 5.45 Networking Sponsored by Southwick Goodyear


SpeakersAndrew BeerAndrew Beer is a Professor at the University of Adelaide and his research interests include homelessness,regional leadership, regional economic development processes and housing policy. ProfessorBeer is a Board Member of the Regional Studies Association and was a member of the SA Government‟sMinister‟s Strategic Housing Advisory Committee from 2006 to 2010. Major publications includeDeveloping Locally: Lessons from International Experience (with Graeme Haughton and AlaricMaude) published in 2003 by Policy Press; and Developing Australia‟s Regions: Theory and Practice(with Alaric Maude and Bill Pritchard) published in 2003 by UNSW Press.John and Lyn ClarkAfter a career in Melbourne as a telecommunications engineer and then Executive of Telstra, JohnClark transformed a hobby business into a fulltime business. As a manufacturer of elite target crossbowsand longbows John‟s business, Ausbow Industries is the largest exporter of archery equipmentin Australia. Lyn, has been in a range of occupations ranging from primary education, research libraryassistant, full time mum and a university administrator. When they decided to “sea change” tothe historic river port of Goolwa, Lyn established an award-winning doll museum and lolly shop.Community activities were central to the Clark‟s new life. John became President of the SouthernAlexandrina Business Association and Lyn led the working party that undertook the accreditation ofGoolwa as the first Cittaslow (slow town) in Australia. Working together they have enjoyed developingrelationships with community, council and businesses as Goolwa consolidated its position of “leadtown” for the establishment of the Australasian Cittaslow Network.Glenn CooperGlenn Cooper is a fifth generation Cooper and the Executive Chairman at Coopers Brewery who alsoholds the responsibility for Marketing. He has overseen the launch of numerous products to the Coopersbeer range, including: Coopers Mild Ale, Coopers Dark Ale, Coopers Extra Strong Vintage Ale andSpecial Old Stout.It may be a little known fact, but before turning his hand to the family brewing business, Glenn Cooperhad a highly successful career in computers. He also once worked for rival brewer, SA Brewing.Glenn joined the family breweryIan FinchIan Finch‟s career as an exploration and mining geologist spans over 40 years in southern Africa, Australia,Indonesia and the Philippines. He was recruited in 1981 by CRA Exploration as a principal explorationgeologist in Australia.In 2006 he established Trafford Resources Limited to explore for iron oxide, copper, lead-zinc silver,gold and uranium deposits at the Wilcherry Hill Project within SA‟s Gawler Craton. In 2007 Traffordestablished a 50 per cent owned subsidiary, of which Ian is an executive chairman, Ironclad MiningLimited, to explore, develop, mine and market Wilcherry Hill iron ore.Steven GriffithsSteven Griffiths was elected to Parliament on 18 March 2006 and re-elected for another 4 year termon 20 th March 2010.Before entering Parliament, Steven worked in local government for 27 years including CEO roles for anumber of Regional Councils in SA and interstate which included 6 years as the CEO of the DistrictCouncil of Yorke Peninsula prior to being elected as the Member for Goyder.Steven has held shadow portfolios since first being elected and for the 9 months before the 2010election was Deputy Leader of the Opposition and shadow treasurer.Kent HopkinsKent Hopkins is the Building Services Manager, with The Housing Industry Association, where he currentlyprovides Regulatory & Technical advice to members of the HIA. Mr Hopkins has 16 years experienceproviding this type of information having worked previously with the Master Builders Associationand Timber Development Association, he is also a current member of the Ministerial TaskForce on Roof Trusses, The Building Advisory Committee, The Building Rules Assessment Committeeand the TM2 Australian Standards Committee on Timber Framed construction in residential buildingsPrior to joining the Industry Associations, Mr Hopkins gained over 20years experience in Local Governmentas a Senior Environmental Health & Building Surveyor.Richard InwoodRichard studied at Roseworthy Agricultural College and Adelaide University. His working life as ateacher in the Riverland then Papua New Guinea and on return from PNG commenced with CSIRO.Richard left to become a Stock Market systems trainer before discovering an interest in things renewableand sustainable.Richard has spent the last 3.5 years with Solar Shop Australia as National Manager of the Regionaland Rural Program (a program instigated by Richard and which turned over $25M in the first 12months) and then as National Sales Development Manager.Recently Richard embarked on a new adventure which is to manufacture solar panels in Adelaide,using Aussie smarts and high quality components.


1Michael IrelandMichael has been a member of Sam Sgherza Group since 2005. He was then studying at the Universityof Adelaide and has recently completed a Bachelor of Commerce. As such, he is now a full time staffmember. Prior to this he held a sought after graduate position at BankSA in Commercial Lending. Hetakes control of accounts and finances from our head office at Norwood.Tim LawlessTim Lawless is RP Data's National Research Director. He joined the company in 2007 and from this timehas embarked on developing a renewed focus for the group's internal property data research division.Along with his team, Tim has expanded the RP Data research division to now report on the propertymarket on a daily basis through visual and personal presentations and has become a successfulkeynote speaker for industry-related conferences and seminars. Tim has become a regular voice in theAustralian media where he regularly reports on trends and current market conditions.Christopher MarlesChristopher Marles is the Manager Business Development, SA Water and is responsible for the Commercialand Industrial Customers of SA Water together with the role of being SA Water‟s interface on majorprojects significant to the development of the State of South Australia.Christopher had significant involvement in the development of SA Water‟s first dual reticulation schemeat Mawson Lakes which began the path of his commitment in the delivery of Recycled Water as a productfor SA Water.Christopher has been with SA Water and formally the EWS for 41 years and therefore has a soundknowledge of the Corporation and the purple pipe networks.Michael MacolinoMichael joined Sam Sgherza Group in 2009 after successfully operating his own business. Michael hasbeen heavily involved in project managing and completing construction on Crown Marina at North Haven.Michael has undertaken studies in business administration, architecture, and property sales. Henow manages sales and operations of the marina, as well as the future development of the Crown Marinasite.Robert RahaleyDr Rahaley is a veterinary graduate from Melbourne University. He obtained his PhD from Kansas StateUniversity in 1983 and is a registered specialist veterinary pathologist. He ran a private diagnostic veterinarylaboratory in Adelaide from 1988 to 2000 before selling the business to a US multinational company.Dr Rahaley joined that company and managed business operations in the UK and Sydney untilhis return to Adelaide in 2007. He currently employed by the SA Dept of Primary Industries and Resourcesand is the Chief Biosecurity Officer and Chief Veterinary Officer for South Australia.Roy RamageRoy spent 12 years with the Gas and Fuel Corporation of Victoria - beginning as a technical assistant -then moving into PR and finally serving as the Marketing Services Manager.In 1985 he was lured into the computer industry beginning as an Education Sales Manager for the BBC -Acorn Computer range. He also worked for Apple and IBM.In 2000 he was appointed as a Senior Investment Manager with the SA Department of Industry andTrade. After five years Sea Change called and having bought a house in Victor Harbor in 1992 he tookthe opportunity to work with the local council and was appointed as Council‟s Economic DevelopmentOfficer in 2006.Ken RollondLong serving Mayor of the City of Holdfast Bay Ken Rolland was first elected to Council in 2000 and hasheld the position of Mayor since 2003. As Mayor he participates in eight council management and advisorycommittees.Outside of his Mayoral role Ken is practicing specialist Gynaecologist at the Royal Adelaide Hospital andin Private Practice at the Glenelg Hospital.Sam SgherzaSam is the principal and founder of Sam Sgherza Group, founded in 1998. Previously, Sam was afounding partner of Samuel James Homes, a significant (and ongoing) residential builder. The mutualparting of partners of Samuel James Homes allowed Sam to branch out and focus on his dream andpassion of developing residential and commercial properties to the highest of quality. This high qualityhas been demonstrated by numerous awards as further mentioned. Sam is a unique and driven individualwhose determine and hard work has lead him to be held in high regard amongst his peers.Philip WesternMr Phil Western BAgrCom (VFM) FAPI, ANZPI was appointed as National President in May 2011.Mr Western is the current NSW Valuer General and a passionate Member of the API. He is also an activemember of the API National Council and immediate past chair of the API National Finance Board.


General InformationDate: Friday 16 th September, 2011Time:Registrations 8.15 to 8.45 amConference commences8.45 amVenue:Adelaide Convention CentreNorth Terrace AdelaideRegistration FeeMember Early Bird Registration – Cut off 31st August 2011 $295Member Booking from 1st September $330API Student and Retired Members $140Non Member Early Bird Registration – Cut off 31st August 2011 $350Non Member Booking from 1st September $375Non Member Student $160InclusionsRegistration includes arrival coffee, morning and afternoon tea, lunch and happy hour.CPD Points7 PointsRegistration and Cancellation PolicyRegistrations are accepted in order of receipt up to the maximum number of delegates.A registration form without payment is confirmation of attendance and incurs cancellation fees inaccordance with the cancellation policy.Substitutions may be made at any time.No refund will be made for cancellations received less than 7 days prior to the event.Cancellations must be stated in writingNo money will be accepted at the door.Privacy PolicyThe Australian Property Institute (API) requires the information provided by you in this form in order toadminister and manage your registration and provide the Continuing Professional Development (CPD)event to you. If you do not provide all the relevant information the form may not be processed. Generallyspeaking, you can access your personal information by contacting the API. If you wish to accessyour information or have any queries in relation to the manner in which the API handles your personalinformation, refer to the API‟s privacy policy on our website (www.sa.api.org.au).Further InformationPhone: 08 8231 0092Email:jmcadam@api.org.au


1Registration FormThis document will be a tax invoice for GST when you make payment.Please retain a copy for your records.All prices are GST inclusive.ABN 49 007 505 866[ ] Members (Early Bird cut off 31st August ‘11) $295[ ] Member (booking from 1st September) $330[ ] API Student / Retired Member $140[ ] Non Member (Early Bird cut off 31st August ‘11) $350[ ] Non Member (booking from 1st September) $375[ ] Non Member Student $160Family Name …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………Given Name……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………Preferred Name ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………Company ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………Mobile ……………………………………………… Email……………………………………………………………......PARALLEL SESSIONSPlease select your preferred session for each time slot.11.00 am - 12 noon[ ] Option 1 Residential [ ] Option 2 Commercial [ ] Option 3 RuralSPECIAL NEEDSPlease note any specific dietary, medical or other requirementMETHOD OF PAYMENTPlease read Cancellation and Privacy Policy[ ] Cheque [ ] Visa [ ] Mastercard/Credit Card Expire AMOUNT $ ………………………..……………………………………………………………………………………..Cardholders nameSignature……………………………………………………………………………………CLOSING DATES31st August for Early Bird feesRETURN TO:Australian Property InstitutePO Box 246Kent Town SA 5071or Fax to 8132 04809th September for Standard feesEmail: jmcadam@api.org.au


SPONSORSPrincipalMajorSessionSupporting SponsorsSouthwick GoodyearHerron Todd WhiteEgan National ValuersSupportersMcIntyre Robertson Scarborough Pty LtdPreston Rowe Paterson AdelaideAustralian Property InstituteStreet Address5a 15 Fullarton RoadKent TownPostal addressPO Box 246Kent Town SA 5071Email: jmcadam@api.org.auPhone: 08 8132 0092Fax: 08 8132 0480

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