When: Thursday, 04 July, 2019 10am - 3.30pm (registration from 9.30am)
Where: Function Room 1, Wyndham City Council, 45 Princes Hwy, Werribee, Victoria
Price: Members - $77 Non Member - $154 Webinar for interstate Members - $110
Download the Symposium flyer here.
The National Growth Areas Alliance Symposium brings together leading thinking from Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth growth area councils on:
- Building liveable and resilient communities
- Innovative planning, financing and governance
Keynote speaker: Andrew Jackson, Director of the Western Sydney Planning Partnership
The Western Sydney Planning Partnership is a key component of the Western Sydney City Deal.
Interactive sessions, case studies and presentations include:
- Adapting our homes and suburbs to changing climate – Mt Barker Council, Blacktown City Council
- How the built environment and social infrastructure can support good health – Penrith City Council
- New approaches with data analytic tools, spatial analysis and 3D development activity modelling – Penrith City Council, Wyndham City Council
- Planning active playing spaces – Perth growth councils
- Lessons in place-based planning – City of Casey
- Maximising resources with street tree and public open space spatial data capture – City of Kwinana
- A strengths-based approach to creativity and youth services in the outer suburbs – City of Playford
Who should attend:
- Local, State and Federal government specialists in planning, urban design, sustainability and community planning
- Researchers and academics from urban policy, planning and development disciplines
- Professionals in urban and regional planning, land development, urban design, transport planning, economic development, environmental sustainability and social planning.
We are pleased to hold the NGAA Symposium in conjunction with the VLGA Building Communities Symposium also at Wyndham Council, on 5 July 2019. The VLGA Symposium will showcase local government initiatives in integrating community and infrastructure planning. More information on the VLGA Symposium here