Future Bayswater
Speaker Series  #6

"Cool, Creative, Connected Bayswater! "

Speaker:-
Peter Newman
- Professor of Sustainability at Curtin University
Q & A follows

29 September  2016

Bayswater Hotel.
78 Railway Pde Bayswater
 7pm start
Seats are limited - Don't miss out!

Future Bayswater Speaker Julian Bolleter

Peter Newman
Creating Town Centres that Attract the Knowledge Economy.

Cities across the world are competing on how well they can create urban spaces that attract knowledge economy jobs as they are the high-paying, creative, innovative jobs that bring young people and all the associated ‘cool’ urban development.

How Important is transport connectivity in this mix?

Peter will provide some global context on why this is happening and how it is being facilitated will be provided as well as how to ensure it is inclusive and equitable as well as being attractive and sustainable.

Seats are limited.
Thursday 29 September, Baysie Hotel, 7pm

Meet The Speaker

Future Bayswater Speaker Julian Bolleter

Peter Newman
Professor of Sustainability at Curtin University


Peter Newman is the Professor of Sustainability at Curtin University in Perth, Australia.

He has written 16 books and over 300 papers on sustainable cities. His books include ‘The End of Automobile Dependence’ (2015), ‘Green Urbanism in Asia’ (2013) and 'Sustainability and Cities: Overcoming Automobile Dependence' which was launched in the White House in 1999.

Peter was a Fulbright Senior Scholar at the University of Virginia Charlottesville and was on the IPCC for their 5th Assessment Report.

In 2014 he was awarded an Order of Australia for his contributions to urban design and sustainable transport.

He is a Fellow of the Academy of Technological and Engineering Sciences Australia.

Peter has worked in local government as an elected councillor, in state government as an advisor to three Premiers and in the Australian Government on the Board of Infrastructure Australia.

The Prime Minister of Australia recently referred to Peter as his ‘tutor’ on cities.

Seats are limited.
Thursday 29th September, Baysie Hotel, 7.00pm

Future Bayswater Speaker Series

Thursday Nights, 6.30 for a 7pm start

Guest Speakers include
Piers Verstegen - Conservation Council WA
Chiara Pacifici - Head of Sustainability at Psaros
Jemma Green - Research Fellow, Curtin Uni, Councillor, City of Perth, Co-Founder and Chair, Power Ledger
Samantha Reece - WA Apartment Advocacy
Phil Griffiths - Phil Griffiths - Heritage Architect and member of The Heritage Council WA
Kylee Schoonens-  Architect Fratelle Group; Guildford Hotel
Professor Peter Newman
- Curtin Uni Sustainable Policy Institute ( CUSP)
James Best - STAR Consulting - Community Visioning & Collective Impact Expert
Malcolm MacKay - Urban Design & Infill Expert
Bill Hames - Planner, Urban Designer, Architect, Developer
Phil Gresley -  Director, Gresley Abas Architects and Urban Designers
Dr Julian Bolleter - Assistant Professor at the Australian Urban Design Research Centre (AUDRC) 
John Del Dosso - Director Valuation and Advisory Services at Colliers International Australia
Stewart Doran - PIA Young Planner, WA, 2015; Co-founder 'Perth Urbanist' website
Keiran Wong - Architect, Co-author of #designperth
Marion Fulker - Adjunct Senior Research Fellow at UWA & CEO Committee for Perth
Trevor Shilton - Director of Cardiovascular Health at the National Heart Foundation (WA) & the Foundation’s national lead for Active LIving.

Save these dates for the next sessions (Thursdays):-
13  October
10 November
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Future Bayswater: Future Vision

What is wanted? A livable, vibrant and connected Town Centre.
Why? To become a "go-to" destination rather than a "go through" in desperation.
How to do this? By supporting a comprehensive Future Vision via an Activity Centre Plan.
Why Bayswater? It's a strategic inner urban hub that hasn't realised its full potential ... yet.