AIUS NSW Seminar
Planning for Population
Growing population has been the basis of Australia’s development for more than two centuries, most of all in the main cities. The substantial increase in the number of migrants over the last 20 years has seen considerable pressure on urban residential densities and on all forms of infrastructure. The themes chosen by our three speakers will be explored in discussion and extended as desired. The Planning Department’s William Hughes will join the speakers for this purpose.
Tuesday 20 November 2018
4.30 - 6.30pm followed by refreshments
Rydge’s World Square, 389 Pitt Street, Ballroom 3
Speakers for our upcoming Planning for Population Seminar which is supported by the NSW Department of Planning and Environment are:
Alison Holloway, Chief Executive Officer, Principal and Partner, SGS Economics and Planning
Ivan Motley, Founder, .id
Sue Weatherley, Deputy President, NSW Architects Registration Board
William Hughes, the Planning Department’s Director, Economics and Land Use Forecasting, will join the speakers for discussion following their presentations. William was previously a senior economist in the mining industry and the Department of Mineral Resources.
About AIUS NSW
We are the Australian Institute of Urban Studies NSW (AIUS NSW) which is an independent not-for-profit organisation concerned with all aspects of urban affairs.