Join us in Melbourne in June.
“This is a fantastic opportunity for professionals in the public and private sector to examine the challenges and solutions needed to develop the Liveable Cities of tomorrow. The Conference will also examine public policy and social/community outcomes and consider what actions we can take to positively influence the ongoing debate.
Many aspects of urban design and new approaches to city form are based on the concept of liveability. These approaches recognise that design and structure can be very influential in the life of a town or city and indeed to the building of community in and of itself. They also create novel contexts for a community to develop in a more sustainable way.
“Last year, Melbourne vaulted Vancouver to become the best city in the world to live, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Survey. What better City to host our conference.
We will be joined by the Sustainabilty in Business Association’s – Sustainable Transition Conference, offering delegates an extensive range of topics with 100 presentations over three days including Keynotes, Concurrent Sessions, Case Studies and Posters. ” Paula said.
I look forward to welcoming you to Melbourne.”
Paula Drayton – Conference Chair
6th Making Cities Liveable Conference will be held in conjunction with the Sustainability Conference “SustainableTransformation” bringing a new era of collaboration, information sharing and professional networking.
The conference is being held from the 17th – 19th June 2013 at Novotel Melbourne St Kilda.
Two Conferences! Three Days! One Location!
- 6th Making Cities Liveable Conference and Sustainable Transformation Conference 2013 (eco-business.com)
- Water sensitive design: integrating water with urban planning (guardian.co.uk)
- Placemaking, liveable cities and bikes (bicyclesinnewcastle.com)
- Walk it out: urban design plays key role in creating healthy cities (healthycities.wordpress.com)