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UQ Placemaking Summit: Future Suburbs for a New World City

By 2038, the population of South East Queensland is expected to grow to over 5.0 million people. How will this impact on how we move, live and work in the middle and outer suburbs? How will urban planners, designers and city managers respond?

A leading event in the planning industry, the #UQ Placemaking Summit offers you a unique opportunity to engage with leading policy-makers, industry leaders, entrepreneurs and designers, build your personal and professional network, gain actionable insights on what it takes to deliver great places in the suburbs, and learn why this is critical for Brisbane and South East Queensland’s future.

This day-long event is a must for those looking for new knowledge on the suburbs and kicks-off a series of events and engagement opportunities being completed by The University of Queensland as part of the Placemaking Sandbox Project, funded by The Myer Foundation.

20 free tickets are available for students!

  • Where: Brisbane CBD
  • When: 27 November 2018
  • More detailsclick here
  • Registrationsclick here
  • Contact: science.events@uq.edu.au

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