City Planning for the Long Term - COAG Cities Review

City Planning for the Long Term - COAG Cities Review

NSW
Apr 27

Online registration is now closed. For enquiries please contact Sharon Braun on 03 9652 8409.

The COAG Reform Council and CEDA is jointly hosting a series of discussion forums across three cities to provide stakeholders the opportunity to discuss the recommendations.

 

Speakers

Keynote address by Paul McClintock AO, Chairman, COAG Reform Council
 

 Public event
 27/04/2012
 Shangri-La Hotel, 176 Cumberland Street, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW

 Transport/Urban planning
 Lunch (11.30am to 2.00pm)

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OVERVIEW

Australia's capital cities account for over 80% of the nation's economic activity and are where the bulk of our population reside.

But how are our capital cities placed to meet future challenges and growth?

  • Are functions of transport, economic development and land use really integrated in ways that are complementary and consistent?
  • Are investment frameworks taking full account of land economics and the private sector?
  • What can we do to get better at implementing long term plans, and achieving results in our cities?

Given their importance, COAG agreed to an objective for reform of capital city strategic planning to create productive, sustainable and liveable capital cities of the future.

The COAG Reform Council was asked to review the whole strategic planning system of each Australian capital city against criteria agreed by COAG.

The review was publicly released on 2 April 2012. (Click here to read the report.) CEDA and the COAG Reform Council invites your participation at a series of forums to discuss the recommendations with members of the council, the review's expert advisory panel and important stakeholders.

MEET THE SPEAKERS

Keynote address
Paul McClintock AO, Chairman, COAG Reform Council

Commentators
The Hon Nick Greiner AC, Chair, Infrastructure NSW
Paul Low, Director Government Advisory Services, KPMG
Dr Tim Williams, Special Advisor, Committee for Sydney

 

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Registration fees (incl GST)

CEDA members and guests

$160 per person
$1216 table of 8
$1518 table of 10

Non members

$270 per person

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