The 10th Making Cities Liveable Conference will be held at Hotel Grand Chancellor in Brisbane on Monday 10th – Tuesday 11th July 2017.

The conference is a platform for government, academic and industry professionals to discuss public health, sustainability, natural resource management, transport, climate change, urban design, biosecurity and more.

The conference will be followed by the Safe Cities Conference on Wednesday 12th July 2017 in acknowledgement of the release of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals “make cities inclusive, safe and resilient”. The Making Cities Liveable Conference is a pivotal platform for discussion topics including the New Urban Agenda, Community Participation and Social Development, The Liveable Neighbourhood, Responsible Resource Management and more insightful concurrent speakers.

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Early Bird Registration Closes 29 May – Register Now!

 

The 2017 Safe Cities Conference is being held at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Brisbane on Wednesday 12 July.

Focusing on community and public safety, the conference, now in its 3rd year, provides knowledge that will assist delegates to improve community safety and resilience through urban design, crime prevention measures, social investment and digital intelligence. Safe Cities encompasses security, safety and quality of life for those who live, work, visit, study or play in any physical environment within our urban communities.

DOWNLOAD THE PROGRAM HERE

Early Bird Registration Closes 29 May – Register Now!

Discounts are available for those attending both the 2017 Making Cities Liveable Conference and Safe Cities Conference.

If you would like to connect with our delegates, database and social media followers, limited partnership, sponsorship, exhibition and advertising opportunities are available. If you would like to source the prospectus, please email Bec Byrnes, Business Partnerships Manager or phone 07 5502 2068.

 

 

 

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