The nation's leading discussion about the future of cities. Where people and place meet technology and data, for good.

In person: Brisbane

Online: via Zoom

Wednesday 25 August

8:30am-5:00pm

A day filled with critical discussion, knowledge sharing and networking around the intersection of people, place technology and data.

 

8:30-10:30AM

THE FUTURE OF PLACE: INTER[NATIONAL] PERSPECTIVES

Four interviews from near and afar -  Brisbane | Portland | Sydney | Toronto 

 

10:30-11:00AM - Networking break

11:00AM-12:30PM

THE NEW [SUB]URBANISM

Suburban post-mortems, digitally resilient neighbourhoods and the new planning principles. This panel of five 'big thinkers' will blend current insight with design futures musings.

 

12:30-1:15PM - Lunch

1:15-3:30PM

SMART GROWTH 2.0

  • Theme 1: Designing for digital lifestyles -  A new human-centred planning approach

  • Theme 2: From precinct plans to development reality - The evolving digital and data DNA of urban growth

  • Theme 3: Data-inspired discussions - Tapping into the real voice of the community

  • Theme 4: Streets reimagined - The digital backbone for better experiences

3:30-4:00AM - Networking break

 

4:00-5:00PM

EXPIRED: IS TIME UP ON THE 20MIN CITY DREAM?

Join us for a final rigorous debate on the role of technology and data in helping realise the illusive planning dream of the 20min city.

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Urbanism Next Center Director, Sustainable Cities Institute Co-Director, and Professor University of Oregon

Portland, Oregon | USA

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CoFounder Neighbourlytics, AFR Top 100 Women of Influence, Chair Future of Place Advisory Board

Melbourne | Australia

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Chief Executive Officer

Placemaking NSW,

NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment

Sydney | Australia

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CoFounder at Helpful Places, Data Lead at Mozilla Foundation

Toronto | Canada

 

REGISTRATION FEES: IN-PERSON

Early bird rates (until May 28):

Government > $250

Private sector > $450

 

Full rates (after May 28):

Government > $450

Private sector > $650

Student > $25

*Registration fees are $AUD and exl. 10% GST

**Virtual tickets may not include all sessions available in-person

REGISTRATION FEES - ONLINE

Virtual Ticket > $80