A strata conference designed for owners by owners. OCN presents, Strata Matters Conference 2023.

Now in it’s 21st year, the Owners Corporation (OCN) is the foremost advocate for strata owners in Australia. An independent group, OCN Directors are strata owners, who bring their own experiences and life skills to better strata living outcomes for everyone.

Every year OCN hosts a conference for strata owners with a focus on the real and pertinent issues owners are dealing with in their strata communities. This year there will be 3 panel discussions:

· Financial decision-making and cost saving in tough times

· Adaptation and renewal

· Emergency planning and disaster resilience

The NSW Minister for Better Regulation and Fair Trading, The Hon Anoulack Chanthivong, will deliver a keynote on the future of strata law. Katie Harbon, of the NSW Department of Customer Service, will discuss the impact of the Construct NSW reform agenda and its mandate to ensure high-quality design and construction, better protections for consumers and accountability when things do go wrong.

There is always plenty of time to ask questions of the experts and to meet other owners. There will also be specialist strata suppliers at the event, available to offer advice and special, on the day only discounts.

The event this year will be held on Friday 22 September 2023, 10am – 2pm, at The Miller Hotel, North Sydney.

Tickets include lunch and morning tea, and are available from OCN by clicking here:

Genesis Licensee Natalie Fitzgerald, has been a previous expert presenter for OCN and activitly supports their efforts to agitate and lobby for reform change that benefits owners. Natalie h as personally seen both the work and outcomes that OCN achieve and will continue to support their events and lobby actions.

This is a great event and we’d encourage owners not only to attend, but to join OCN for member discounts and member only content. Membership for an individual is only $66, and not only will you get access to excellent information and a forum, but you’ll save $33 on your conference tickets.

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