Spotlight On:The Politics of Planning

    • Date

    • Time

      8:00AM - 10:30AM
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      Mon 14 Sep 2015
    • Location

      H Block Auditorium Southbank TAFE Off Ernest Street, South Brisbane
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  • Spotlight On: The Politics of Planning

We’re calling it! UDIA (Qld) is bringing together the development industry, sector specialists and government in a no holds barred debate that tackles everything you wanted to know about the soon-to-be released draft Planning Bills, but were too polite to ask.

Join us as we get down and dirty and ask the unaskable:

  • Is the culture of planning anti-development?
  • Performance-based vs prescriptive planning, who’s right?
  • Costs and Discretion – Should courts be able to award costs against councils and competitors? Are the rights to object too generous? What should be the proper limits around when submitter rights are granted?
  • Are Councils capable of reform?

There’s always two sides to the story. Hear both sides and decide for yourself at the political planning debate of the year, Spotlight On: The Politics of Planning.

*Price includes light networking morning tea, tea & coffee

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Greg Chemello

Deputy Director-General, Planning and Property Group - Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning

Stephen Harrison

Managing Director - Harrison Development Group

Jeff Humphreys

Senior Principal - Cardno HRP

David Nicholls

Partner, Planning and Environment - HopgoodGanim

Todd Rohl

Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Strategy & Sustainability - Logan City Council

Chris Schomburgk

Principal - Schomburgk Planning Pty Ltd

Stewart Pentland

Director, Strategic Planning & Development - Moreton Bay Regional Council

Sarah Macoun

Partner, Planning and Environment - HopgoodGanim

Stuart Macnaughton

Partner, McCullough Robertson Lawyers


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