Future Bayswater
Speaker Series  #3

Tall Buildings &  A Bright Future!

William Hames - Tall Buildings!
Marion Fulker - A Bright Future or Business As Usual?
Q & A follows

Thursday 18 August 
Bayswater Hotel.

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

Future Bayswater Speaker Julian Bolleter

Bill Hames
Tall Buildings!

“Density is the villain accompanied by his cohort height. Soulless tall towers! Such is the cry from the worried community”

Is this true or a myth?

William Hames provides a review of density, height, plot ratios, occupancy densities all important statistics. But what is the “goldilocks” mixture of statistics that creates the vibrant liveable city.

What are we going to do to accommodate another 1.9 million people in Perth?

What characteristics and form do we want Perth to evolve?

William proposes some suggested characteristics and solutions and supporting evidence and unlike many other esoteric authors, finally declares what sort of city he wants Perth to become.

Future Bayswater Speaker  John Del Dosso

Marion Fulker
A Bright Future or Business as Usual?
A case for Positive Change.

"Business as usual is the worst case scenario for Perth’s future yet we continue to do with what is comfortable and familiar."

What are the options for realising a bright future?

Marion Fulker will share the research that underpins two scenarios for Perth growing to a region of 3.5 million people – Bright Future and Business as Usual.

With a specific focus on housing and transport, she will outline the two contrasting scenarios to build a case for positive change.

Marion will also use a case study to illustrate that the sky doesn’t always fall in when a different approach is taken.

Seats are limited.
Thursday 18th August, Baysie Hotel, 7.30pm

Meet The Speakers

Future Bayswater Speaker Julian Bolleter

Bill Hames
Executive Chairman Hames Sharley
B.Arch (Hons) Adelaide University
M.City Planning and Urban Design Harvard University

William Hames is the Executive Chairman of Hames Sharley, and its founding father. He is a qualified Architect, Urban Designer and Land Economist with high level skills in Building Communities. William Hames has considerable international experience, particularly in SE Asia, where he has been responsible for a number of major retail, resort and residential developments. His forte is placing urban design into a practical, commercial realm as well as the creation of vibrant civic spaces. His expertise in Urban Design and City Planning is recognized in the Design Advisory Committees he served on for the City of Perth and currently for the City of South Perth and the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority (MRA).

He is also an active member of the Committee for Perth and serves as Chairman of the Reshaping Committee and in that capacity has contributed to the transport and transport orientated development (TOD) discussions throughout the Perth Metropolitan area.

His work throughout Australia on TOD developments provides him with many alternative examples of how our Australian Cities are tackling growth and change.

Future Bayswater Speaker  John Del Dosso

Marion Fulker
Chief Executive of the Committee for Perth

Marion is the founding Chief Executive of the Committee for Perth, a think tank focused on Perth’s growth to 3.5 million people. Previously she was the Executive Director of the Urban Development Institute of Australia (WA).

As an Adjunct Senior Research Fellow at the University of Western Australia, Marion is recognised for her on the ground research into cities. She holds an MBA from Curtin Graduate School of Business.

Marion is the Chair of the Conservation & Parks Commission and the immediate past Chair of the Heritage Council of Western Australia.

In 2015, Marion was named as one of Australia’s 100 Women of Influence.

Seats are limited.
Thursday 18th August, Baysie Hotel, 7.00pm start

Future Bayswater Speaker Series

Thursday Nights, 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):-
(Note : Change of dates to fortnightly)
18 August
1 September
15 September

 8 September
29 September
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.