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2021 Australian Census Insights: Lockdowns, Migration, and Household Formation

The first tranche of data from the Australian 2021 Census is due for release on the 28th of June. Representing the most comprehensive snapshot of the country, the census provides key insights to the economic, social and cultural make-up of Australia. In this webinar we will discuss the topical housing, population, and employment data points, including what they mean for our forecast outlook.

Talking points include:

•  The 2016 Census delivered considerable population revisions. What will the 2021 Census reveal?

•  To what extent did COVID-19 and server issues on census night impact data quality?

•  How have age-specific household formation rates shifted across the country?

Note: Can’t make it to any of the sessions? Feel free to register for any session and we will automatically share the recording with you 3 hours after the webinar has finished.

Timothy Hibbert
Timothy Hibbert

Head of Property and Construction Forecasting

Timothy Hibbert

Timothy Hibbert

Head of Property and Construction Forecasting

Timothy Hibbert is Head of Property and Building Forecasting unit of BIS Oxford Economics. Working over the full building spectrum, he oversees building forecast subscriptions including: Australia Building Forecast Service, Building Work Done and Regional Building. Timothy is also actively engaged in consultancy work across demand modelling, market sizing, benchmarking and policy analysis.

Maree Kilroy
Maree Kilroy

Senior Economist

Maree Kilroy

Maree Kilroy

Senior Economist

Maree is a senior economist in the building forecasting team at BIS Oxford Economics, analysing demographic trends, housing markets and policy shifts. Having worked in industry economics for seven years, Maree’s primary responsibility is residential and renovation construction forecasts.

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