The Future of Suburbia V: The NEXT Australian City

July 16, 2024 @  
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Australia’s Premier Suburbs Conference is in its fifth year, The Future of Suburbia V: The NEXT Australian City.

Central business districts might regularly command the interest of politicians and media, however it’s the suburbs which are unquestionably the heartland of Australian society.

The majority of Australians live, work and play in the suburbs but what do the suburbs of the future look like?

How will our future suburbs be designed or ‘retrofitted’ in readiness for new generations with new priorities? How will we anticipate and plan for future technologies and changing work patterns and lifestyles.

These topics and more will be explored as part of this year’s premier suburbs event – The Future of Suburbia V by Suburban Futures.

2 x CONFIRMED INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

  • An autonomous, electric future: Mobility and sustainability models for a future Suburbanism
  • Experience Improvement Districts (XID)

 

SESSIONS & PANELS

  • The NEXT suburban work/live campus
  • Leveraging forgotten open space assets for better community and commercial outcomes: The NEXT phase of open space
  • The NEXT dimension: Aerial connectivity
  • The NEXT generational masterplanned community: How we got here, where it is headed?
  • Are we there yet? Removing barriers for the NEXT Australian city

 

SPEAKERS

Event Details

Date:
July 16, 2024
Cost:
$395 + GST includes full day conference, lunch and closing networking drinks (early bird tickets for the first 100 tickets)

Event Category:
Conference

Venue:
The Grove, Level 32, 480 Queen Street Brisbane

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