You are invited to the
Future Bayswater Speaker Series
to hear from expert guest speakers on a range of topics including
(but not limited to!)
urban design, planning, transport, sustainability, community engagement & market research
relevant to the Bayswater town centre revitalisation.

Presentations will be held
at the Bayswater Hotel.
Heritage Room
78 Railway Pde Bayswater
Thursday Nights, 7pm start

Please note September dates have changed. 
Due to popular demand, the Speaker Series will be presented fortnightly

Launch 22 July
 4 August

18 August
1 September
 8 September
15 September
29 September
13 October
10 November

Seats will be limited.
Free event. Registration required. Registration link on each event page.

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Get early bird notice of 2017 Speaker Series Dates.

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.

Take the opportunity, as a Bayswater resident, to engage in the discussion about international best practice in creating a liveable, vibrant and connected town centre

Invite your friends, family, team mates, neighbours, your community and anyone interested in the future of Bayswater.

Follow the discussion of Future Bayswater on Facebook.

Future Bayswater: Future Vision

What is wanted? A livable, vibrant and connected Town Centre.
Why? To become a "go-to" destination rather than a town to "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.