Dockside, Cockle Bay Wharf,
Wednesday and Thursday
November 28 to 29, 2018
Over the next decade, the metropolis of Sydney will see some of the most profound changes in its 200-year history. The future of the city and its environs will be shaped by momentous planning strategies and decisions that are in train right now, along with significant technological changes.
The Sydney Planning Summit will provide an opportunity for discussion and review of these latest strategies, policies and technology developments, as well as facilitating the exchange of ideas on how to achieve sustainable planning objectives. It will highlight case studies of some of the best examples of innovative and successful planning solutions for a vibrant and liveable urban future.
The two-day event will be held on November 28 and 29 at Dockside, Cockle Bay Wharf, Sydney.
Key issues will include:
● A Metropolis of Three Cities
● The Future Transport Strategy 2056
● State Infrastructure Strategy 2018 – 2038
● Greener Places policy
● Smart Sydney – the impact of technology disruption on Sydney planning and infrastructure development
● Resilient Sydney Strategy
● Sydney’s transport ecosystem and the future of mobility
● Designing the future with augmented and virtual reality
● Financing urban services and infrastructure
● Housing affordability
● Planning for population growth
● Planning for an ageing population
● Urban expansion
● The role of planning in achieving better environmental outcomes and water sensitive urban design.
● Factoring climate change into planning and infrastructure decisions.
The Summit will attract building and planning professionals from all levels of government, business and industry groups from across Australia.
● Federal, State and Local Government representatives, including Department Heads, Mayors, CEOs and Planning and City Growth Managers;
● Government Authorities/Agencies in charge of Land Development/Housing & Planning/Finance & Investments/Infrastructure/Urban Development/Procurement
● Urban Planners & Master Planners
● Real Estate Developers
● Architecture & Design Firms
● Engineering Contractors
● Project Management Firms
● Industry associations
● NGOs and many more.