Gold Coast Mayoral Debate

The 2020 local government elections are almost here.

The Gold Coast Logan Branch is delivering a debate that will sharpen your knowledge on each candidate’s position.

At the event, Gold Coast Mayoral Debate, Paul Burton will dig deep into topics such as affordable housing, future development opportunities, stimulating economic growth, and local challenges for the industry.

Get front and centre to ask your burning question and to learn the priorities affecting an industry that is a significant contributor to the local economy.

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Event Summary

Date

Tuesday, February 4

Time

12pm – 2:30pm

Location

Hilton Surfers Paradise

Price

Member: $130
Non-Member: $230

Speakers

Cr. Tom Tate Mayor of City of Gold Coast
Professor Paul Burton Director, Cities Research Institute at Griffith University
Mona Hecke Independent Mayoral Candidate

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