Melbourne's Growth Corridor Plans and Biodiversity Strategies Briefing and Panel Discussion
The recently released Growth Corridor Plans are high level integrated land use and transport plans that provide a strategy for the development of Melbourne's growth corridors over the coming decades. These plans identify areas for housing, jobs, transport, town centres, open space and key infrastructure for Melbourne's newest suburbs. The public and profession have been invited to comment on the draft Growth Corridor Plans.
Each of the members of the panel will speak for approximately 10 – 15 minutes about their topic expertise and then participate in a panel Q/A discussion with the audience.
Light refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the seminar.
Chair: Peter Seamer, CEO, Growth Areas Authority
Bryce Moore, Property Council of Australia - Residential and commercial property supply
Mark Woodland, Director Strategic Planning, Growth Areas Authority – Overview of the Growth Corridor Plans
Murray Cullinan, Executive Director Transport Planning & Program Division, Department of Transport – Integrated transport and land use planning
Dr Kim Lowe, Director Ecosystems Services, Department of Sustainability and Environment – Protecting our flora, fauna and landscapes
Paul Byrne, Director Economic Development – Local employment
Carina Watson, Parks Victoria – Public open space
Greg Aplin, Director, Sustainable Development, City of Wyndham – A growth area council perspective
Accredited with 2.5 Professional Development (PD) Points
DateTuesday, 6 December 2011
Time1:00 - 3:00pm
VenueCarrillo Gantner Theatre
Basement - Sidney Myer Asia Centre
The University of Melbourne