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COMPETITIVE CITIES

CONFERENCE 18-19 JUNE 2012 - ADELAIDE CONVENTION CENTRE


In 2012 ADELAIDE PLAYS HOST to

THE WORLD’S GREAT CITIES The inaugural Competitive Cities Conference gathers global and national thinkers on urban development for a compelling exploration of the challenges and opportunities confronting growing cities. The conference will delve into the complexities of financing contemporary mixed-use developments, innovations in urban design, Placemaking and building technology and pre-eminent case studies from international city leaders.

Alliance Partners

Principal Partner

Major Partner


Our Speakers EDWARD GLAESER As the author of the influential ‘The Triumph of the City’ Harvard Professor Edward Glaeser is a leader in the global debate on the importance of cities.

PAUL KURZAWA An Australian in California, Paul Kurzawa is Chief Operating Officer for Californian property colossus Caruso Affiliated.

NEIL MCINROY Chief of the UK’s Centre for Local Economic Strategies, Neil McInroy is renowned for challenging governments to undertake urban renewal projects.

Peter Verwer Peter Verwer is Chief Executive of the Property Council Australia, the nation’s leading advocate for the $670 billion investment property industry.

Jane-Franaces Kelly Jane-Frances has an outstanding reputation as a policy strategist. She led cabinet-level strategy work for the UK, Queensland, Victorian, and Commonwealth governments

Supporting Partners

Networking Partner


Program Day One June 18 8:20

Registration

9:00

Welcome by Nathan Paine, Executive Director, Property Council of Australia

9:10

Official State Welcome The Hon. Jay Weatherill MP, Premier of South Australia (Invited) Australian Cities 2050: OurNation App Peter Verwer, CEO, Property Council of Australia

9:30

10:15 Morning Tea 11:00 The Great Australian Dream: What Australian’s want? Jane-Frances Kelly, Grattan Institute, Australian Cities 2050 12:00 Creating local communities through economic stratergies Neil McInroy, Centre for Local Economic Strategies (UK) 1:00

Lunch

2:00

Breakout session A: Delivering Communities

Beyond the hype, what can governments and the development sector do to create sustainable, resilient and mixed communities?

The Consumer Imperative This session will focus on research about what consumers want out of apartment / density living. What are the design imperatives, what will they pay, what activities they want. This session will provide a how-to guide for delivering new community developments.

3:30

Afternoon Tea

4:00

Breakout session A: Delivering Communities Panel Session

Moderated Panel Neil McIntroy, Centre for Local Economic Strategies Nectar Efkarpidis, Molonglo Group (Invited) + more speakers to be announced

Breakout session 2: Show me the money!

Moderated Panel: More details to be announced soon 4:00

Session Close and networking drinks

Alliance Partners

Principal Partner

Major Partner


Day Two June 19 8:30

Registration

9:00

Welcome

9:10 Minister’s Address The Hon. Patrick Conlon MP, Minister for Transport and Infrastructure, Minister for Housing and Urban Development 9:35 Triumph of the city Edward Glaeser, Professor of Economics, Harvard 10:30 Morning Tea 11:30 Moderated Panel Edward Glaeser Tim Williams, ARUP Tim Horton, Integrated Design Commissioner 12:30 The North American Mixed-Use Community Story Paul Kurzowa, COO of Caruso Affiliated 1:30 Lunch Breakout session A: Case Studies 2:30 Opening the books on successful developments in Australia and overseas. What worked, what didn’t, delivering mixed communities, lessons for next time and traps for beginners and governments. Innovation in the Building. Breakout session B: The Consumer Imperative The intent of this session is to explore the issue of financing new developments, what financiers are looking at and what is coming. Practical ways for developers to put together the right operating model to ensure the money is generated for the deal. The session will run under the Chatham House Rule; 4:00

Afternoon Tea

4:30

Breakout session A: Case Studies

Moderated Panel Paul Kurzowa, Caruso Affiliated (Confirmed) Nonda Katsalidis (Invited) + More speakers to be announced

Breakout session 2: The Consumer Imperative Moderated Panel: Neil McInroy + more speakers to be announced

5:00

Session Close and networking drinks

Supporting Partners

Networking Partner


Earlybird prices apply, and register before 30 March 2012 to go into the draw for a bottle of 2004 Penfolds Grange.

We are looking for a few tweeters to join us on-the-ground at Competitive Cities to share with the world, the big thinking taking place at the conference. Follow @Cities2012 on twitter Tweet to us using the hash tag #citiesftw to let us know you’re in Tweet between now and 29 February 2012 using #citiesftw about the following: Your comments on why it’s important that cities strive to be competitive Ideas on how to improve your city, and cities generally News on innovations in development, city planning or urban design The winner will receive one FREE delegate pass to the full conference. We will announce the winner on 29 February 2012. Terms and Conditions Travel and accommodation are at the expense of the tweeter. Delegate pass is non-transferable. There are no limits to the number of tweets required to enter however all tweets must be relevant, professional and must not be derogatory to the Competitive Cities Conference brand, Competitive Cities Conference keynote speakers, sponsors, and the organisers, Property Council of Australia.


REGISTRATION FORM & TAX INVOICE Competitive Cities Conference 2012 Monday 18th & Tuesday 19th June 2012 Adelaide Convention Centre

COMPETITIVE CITIES

CONFERENCE 18-19 JUNE 2012 - ADELAIDE CONVENTION CENTRE

ABN: 13 008 474 422

Please return registration form with payment to: Property Council of Australia Ph: 08 8236 0900 GPO Box 2190 Fax: 08 8223 6451 Adelaide SA 5001 Email: jalvaro@propertyoz.com.au

Upon payment of fees, this form will become your TAX INVOICE. PLEASE RETAIN FOR YOUR RECORDS

SECTION 1 - REGISTRATION DETAILS All names are to be provided no later than 3 working days prior to the event

Booking Contact:_____________________________Company: __________________________________ Address: ______________________________________________________________________________ Telephone:________________________________Email:________________________________________ Name ___________________________________ Company____________________________________ Name ___________________________________ Company____________________________________ Name ___________________________________ Company____________________________________ Name ___________________________________ Company____________________________________ Name ___________________________________ Company____________________________________ Please note any speacial requirements (health, dietary, access) ___________________________________________

SECTION 2 - CHOOSE YOUR SESSIONS DAY 1

DAY 2

Delivering Communities

Case Studies - Opening the books on successful developments

OR

OR

Show me the money

The Consumer Imperative

SECTION 3 - REGISTRATION RATES Member Prices

Non - Member Prices

$990 (GST Inc) E/Bird ends 30 March 12

$1200 (GST Inc) E/Bird ends 30 March 12

$1350 (GST Inc)

$1500 (GST Inc)

$600 (GST Inc) Day 1 or Day 2 please circle appropriate day

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SECTION 4 - PAYMENT Number of sponsor credits used (if applicable) _____________ EFT PAYMENT TO:

Property Council of Australia Ltd , BSB: 062 000 Account: 0037 6736 Please quote: Ref Event SPD180612 and your company name

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