Events

On The Radar:Infill

    • Date

    • Time

      8:00AM - 10:00AM
    • RSVP

      Fri 08 Jul 2016
    • Location

      Crowne Plaza (Kauri/Cypress rooms) 2807 Gold Coast Highway, Surfers Paradise
    • Member

      $80.00
    • Non-Member

      $140.00
  • Gold Coast On The Radar: Infill

Our research radar is blinking off the charts and we’ve got the exact coordinates to move your next project into a prime strategic position.

Join the UDIA (Qld) Gold Coast Logan Branch for the launch of our first On the Radar report. Powered by leading consultancy firm Urbis, this new development research will monitor and analyse hot industry topics.

What topic is on the Gold Coast’s radar here and now?

The new draft South East Queensland Regional Plan is expected to increase infill targets in October this year. On The Radar is your first chance to get a snapshot of the Gold Coast’s current infill landscape, how we’re tracking towards current infill targets.

Be ahead of the game with Urbis’ tailored run through of the new report findings, followed by not-to-be missed panel discussions including:

  • How does the region perform against its targets?
  • Realistic capacity of the Gold Coast planning scheme to meet future targets.
  • What policy levers do we need to allow greater infill in each area and/or appropriate targets for the Gold Coast?

Put infill on your radar on 13 July 2016. Register now.

This research is brought to you by the UDIA (Qld)’s Research Foundation, proudly presented by Construction Skills Queensland. Through a more informed development industry, more affordable and appropriate homes will be delivered to Queenslanders. Better communities will result.

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*Price includes networking morning tea, tea & coffee

EventSpeakers

Malcolm Aikman

Director, Economics & Market Research Urbis

Dyan Currie

Planning and Environment Director - City of Gold Coast

Jim Fjeldsoe

General Manager, Growth Regions - Rivergum Homes

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