How Infrastructure WA supports local economic development.
20 April@12:00 pm - 2:00 pmFree
Hear from Nicole Lockwood, Deputy Chairperson at Infrastructure WA, to discover how infrastructure projects have contributed to the economy at a State and local level both past, present and future.
Nicole will give an overview of some case studies from Infrastructure WA that have demonstrated the importance of developing local infrastructure to support a thriving and diverse economy.
Nicole Lockwood, Deputy Chairperson – Infrastructure WA
Nicole was appointed as Deputy Chairperson of Infrastructure WA in July 2019.
Nicole is passionate about the creation of engaged and thriving cities. With a background in law and regional economic development, she works with Government and the private sector to develop long-term infrastructure plans to secure the future prosperity and liveability of our cities and regions.
Nicole is the Chairperson of the Freight and Logistics Council which is charged with progressing issues of strategic importance to the State’s freight and logistics activities.
She also holds Board roles with the Green Building Council of Australia, the Western Australian Association for Mental Health and also chairs the Sienna Wood Joint Venture.
With thanks to City of Perth: