Five + Thirty One City Deals

Five + Thirty One City Deals

On 12th October representatives from all levels of government, the not-for-profit sector and leading experts came together to explore how the Government’s City Deals can help our Great Small Cities to prosper. The event was an opportunity for regional city leaders to come together with other key players, to identify and discuss issues regarding the new City Deals policy and build momentum for positive development across Australia.

To help you get your own region ready for City Deals, we have compiled the presentations from the event.

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PROGRAM AND HANDOUT
Event program and speaker profiles
Regional Connections: Skills, people and places handout

BREAKFAST
The Hon Angus Taylor, Assistant Minister for Cities and Digital Transformation – Australian Government’s Cities Agenda
Olivier Legrand, Asia Pacific Managing Director, LinkedIn – The Power of Connections

FORUM
Craig Wilson, Senior Executive Director, North Qld, Policy Division, Queensland Department of the Premier and Cabinet – City Deal Creation in Australia: Early Reflections
Graeme Bolton, Director, Planning and Development, Townsville City Council – Delivering Townsville’s Vision and Early Impressions of City Deals
Dr Peter O’Brien, Research Associate, Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies, Newcastle University, United Kingdom – ‘City Deals’ Deal Making and UK Local and Regional Development Policy
Dr Kim Houghton, General Manager, Policy and Research, Regional Australia Institute – Regional Cities and City Deals
Nick O’Donnell, Asia Pacific Director of Public Policy and Government Affairs, LinkedIn – The State of Skills
Karina Keisler, Executive General Manager Corporate Affairs, nbn – nbn and Regional Australia

If you have any follow up questions or would like to find out more about any of the topics covered in the forum, please contact our General Manager – Policy and Research Kim Houghton at [email protected] or call (02) 6260 3733.

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