State of Commonwealth Cities Symposium

Come and Celebrate the cities of our Commonwealth at this exciting international event. This is a chance for you to share ideas and inspirations for planning and designing resilient cities.

Planners, policy makers, city stakeholders and decision makers from around the world are invited to share ideas and hear from others how cities are being planned and designed for resilience. Hear how challenges like transport and infrastructure, employment and business, and food security are being met in the 21st century.

This opportunity is proudly made possible by the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) and Commonwealth Association of Planners (CAP) with support from the Federal Department of Infrastructure and Transport.

This is an important lead up event to the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting to be held in Perth, where the PIA and CAP delegation intend to further raise the profile of the importance of addressing urban settlement management across the Commonwealth in a way that facilitates resilient communities.

A highlight for this event will be the launch of the State of Australian Cities report by the Federal Minister for Infrastructure and Transport the Hon. Anthony Albanese MP.

Join us 20 -21 October 2011 at State Library of QLD, Brisbane
Program now online

The Commonwealth Association of Planners is a charity registered in Scotland, No: SC034482

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