AIUS NSW Virtual Seminar
Building more homes where people want to live and where infrastructure costs less - Why is this an issue?
Wednesday 27 September 2023
Keaton Jenner, Principal Economist at NSW Treasury, will take us through the research that underpins the Productivity Commissioner’s reports and consider where we go from here.
Join us in person on Tuesday 24 October 2023 for a conversation with Minister for Planning and Public Spaces, Paul Scully. The Minister has taken office amidst a crisis of housing supply and on-going criticism of the slow pace of approvals by State and local government.
The Minister’s talk will be followed by the AIUS AGM.
David Harding, Executive Director, Policy and Advocacy, Business NSW will consider the future of the CBD in an era of hybrid work and office space surplus on Tuesday 14 November 2023. David also has credentials in Nuclear Naval Engineering and has indicated he is happy to discuss the impacts of AUKUS on Australian business. This will be an in person event.
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.