Urban infrastructure plays a key functional and social role in communities, and the development of green and sustainable cities will ensure the economic, social and environmental wellbeing of citizens and their spaces.
Facilitating collaboration between agencies is key when creating a more compact, precinct and transit oriented urban form for the future. Citizens need spaces that are agile enough to accommodate demographic change, and this can only be achieved with sufficient ‘buy in’ from all parties.
Join us at the Public Sector Network’s complimentary ‘Building Green and Sustainable Cities’ – a virtual event that will promote an integrated, inter-governmental approach to urban development planning by facilitating knowledge sharing and collaboration between agencies.
Inspire smart and sustainable projects that contribute to the
long-term livability and social, emotional and environmental wellbeing of citizens
Leverage innovative ‘green’ technologies that decrease pollution, encourage social cohesion and work to achieve wider citizen outcomes
Employ a holistic approach to urban development planning by facilitating inter-governmental, cross-sector collaboration through knowledge sharing
Plan for unpredictable futures by creating agile urban infrastructure that can accommodate demographic change and fluctuations in consumer demands
Your Expert Speakers:
Rebecca Vassarotti MLA
Legislative Assembly for the ACT
Hon Lily D'Ambrosio
Victoria State Government
City West Water
City of Hobart
Greater Sydney Commission
City of Melbourne