Join the Planning Institute of Australia for their annual Keeble Lecture to hear about resilience, flooding, and climate change from Dr Margaret Cook, author of A River with a City Problem: A History of Brisbane Floods.
PIA’s annual Keeble Lecture is named in honour of Lewis Bingham Keeble, the Foundation Professor of Regional and Town Planning at The University of Queensland, and takes place each World Town Planning Day. It is designed to provide an opportunity for planners and the community to hear perspectives on topical issues within planning, city-making and the built environment.
WHEN: 8 November 2022 at 5:30pm
WHERE: Customs House
PRICE: Free (but Registration required)
INCLUSIONS: Lecture, networking, drinks, and canapés
The University of Queensland is event partner for this public lecture, and all UQ|UP members are encouraged to attend.