The Hon Jackie Trad, [Deputy Premier, Minister for Transport, Minister for Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning and Minister for Trade] will attend for the End of Session Wrap Up.FOR YOUR INFORMATION – You will find background reading here. Further information will be added as we progress towards the forum.

  1. Establish a collaborative community consultation process and workshop to engage a wide cross section of Kurilpa stakeholders and participants
  2. From this community engagement, develop and clarify ideas that respond to the issues, histories and futures of the site and its adjacent areas
  3. Produce creative, professionally presented proposals that will assist local and state governments, communities and developers to achieve the best possible future development of Kurilpa for local and metropolitan life.

17th May, 2015
9.30am – 1.30pm
Souths Leagues Club,
Jane St, West End
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Morning tea provided
Donations Welcome

1.Planning, Housing, Economy & Affordability Phil Heywood Community planning author and academic.
1.Policies and Governance
2.Housing Affordability and Social Mix
3.Planning, Density and Controls
2.Natural Environment and Green Space Hugh Possingham Professor and Australian Laureate Fellow, School of Biological Sciences, University of Queensland (Pre-recorded presentation) 4.Design Aesthetics and Heritage
5.Transport and Mobility
6. Natural Environment and Open Space
7.Culture, Creative Industries and Tourism
3.Design and Image Richard Kirk leading Brisbane and West End architect and President, Queensland Chapter, Australian Institute of Architects 8.Community Involvement and Development
9.Human Services (Education, Health, etc)
10.Economics, Commerce and Offices
4.Transport and Mobility Barry Gytemanager of public and active transport projects (including major international sporting events) with applied skills in planning and engineering to his own transport planning practice for over 15 years. MIXED TOPICS IDEAS and PROPOSALS GROUPS
1. Mixed membership groups will draw members from each of the preceding Focus Groups
5.Culture and Creative Industries John O’TooleArts educator and writer, Hon Professorial Fellow, University of Melbourne, Hon Professor, Griffith University, Resident of Kurilpa for more than 20 years, and Inner Southside for over 30 Years 2. Working with facilitator, scribe and visioner they will produce ideas and proposals for future development.

3. Groups will review and polish proposals for presentation, display and voting by all participants to produce a collaborative forum outcome

12th April, 2015 –

Ideas Forum - final flyer
Come along and have your say at our Kurilpa Ideas Forum on the 17th May at Souths Leagues Club. RSVP to More information here.