On November 28 and 29, more than 200 state and local government leaders, civic planners, community development strategists and commercial developers will gather in Sydney for the Sydney Planning Summit.
This critically important event will highlight the key directions for greater Sydney's growth over the two decades, and explore the emerging influences that will impact on Sydney as a successful global city.
Amongst the outstanding list of experts and high-level office bearers speaking at the conference are:
Lucy Hughes Turnbull, Chief Commissioner, Greater Sydney Commission
Carolyn McNally, Secretary, Department of Planning and Environment
Jim Betts, CEO, Infrastructure NSW
Claire Gardiner-Barnes, Deputy Secretary, Freight Strategy and Planning, Transport for NSW
Fiona Morrison, Director, Open Spaces and Parkland, Department of Planning and Environment
Peter Poulet, Central District Commissioner, Greater Sydney Commission
Steve Driscoll, Head of Projects, UrbanGrowth NSW Development Corporation
Evan Walker, Executive Director, Smart Innovation Centre, Transport for NSW
Chris Johnson, CEO, Urban Taskforce Australia
Eamon Waterford, Acting CEO, Committee for Sydney
Hon Clover Moore, Lord Mayor, City of Sydney
Hon Wendy Waller, Mayor, Liverpool City Council
Jomon Varghese, CEO, Aerotropolis Group
Colin Dominish, Regional Market Development Leader, GHD
Representatives of more than 40 councils will be attending, as well as members of key state and Federal government departments, development and investment companies, utilities, and research organisations.
The Sydney Planning Summit will be a unique opportunity to provide input to and feedback on the wide range of new strategies and projects that are currently being planned and implemented.