The Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre invites you to the book launch of Perth’s Infill Housing Future: Delivering Innovative Sustainable Housing, with special guest speaker, The Hon. Peter Tinley AM, MLA, Minister for Housing; Veterans Issues and Youth.
Join our esteemed panellists: Gail McGowan, Director General of the Department of Planning; Gavin Hegney, Company Director, Gavin Hegney Property and Marion Faulkner, Chief Executive Officer, Committee for Perth Ltd in a panel discussion.
- Friday 20 October
- 7.15am - 9.00am
- Hyatt Regency Perth, Grand Ballroom, 99 Adelaide Terrace, Perth 6000
- $59 per person or $29 for University students, Curtin/Bankwest Staff, Senior Citizens (65+), Charities and associations.
Ticket proceeds will go towards a new BCEC student scholarship.
For group bookings of more than 8 people, please contact email@example.com
The book is an edited collection of chapters commissioned by the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre (BCEC) to explore contemporary issues relating to Perth’s infill housing sector. The book’s editors are Professor Rachel Ong ViforJ, Deputy Director at BCEC, Associate Professor Steven Rowley and Dr Amity James, both from Curtin University.
The book will shed light on key topics of relevance to infill development within the WA policy context. These include the roles of planning systems, infrastructure investments, community engagement and design-led innovations in promoting infill development, as well as the opportunities that infill housing presents for enhancing city sustainability.
Tickets $59 per person, concessions apply. All guests will receive a copy of the book at the launch.
Please join us for breakfast with prominent government, industry and community leaders.
About the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre
The Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre (BCEC) is an independent economic and social research organisation located within the Curtin Business School at Curtin University. The Centre was established in 2012 through the generous support from Bankwest (a division of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia), with a core mission to examine the key economic and social policy issues that contribute to the sustainability of Western Australia and the wellbeing of WA households.
For more information, visit the BCEC website