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NSW Ignite Session: Changing And Adapting Our Places

29 June@12:30 pm - 1:30 pm AEST

$30.00

We invite you to join the EDA NSW State Practitioner Network for an Ignite session.

The session will bring together economic development professionals from across the state to share project learnings, facilitate insightful discussion and expand our practice on the topic of Changing And Adapting Our Places – From Physical Spaces To Resilient Communities

Don’t miss this opportunity to reconnect with your network and enrich your Economic Development practice.

ACEcD Accredited Members can accrue 3 CPD points by attending this event.  Don’t forget to record your CPD points here.

Presenters

Tracey Lamont | Program Coordinator – Place Management Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council

Tracey has been in the position of Program Co-Ordinator Place Management for the past 7 years and a Council employee for 11. The role covers the entire LGA which includes Queanbeyan CBD and the villages of Bungendore & Braidwood.  Tracey’s tenacity in creating great relationships with businesses, landlords and the community  across those 11 years has lead to many successful  project outcomes. Some of those include the Shop Local promotion in Bungendore & Braidwood, street activations & murals in Queanbeyan plus the QBN CBD Place Plan.

 Presentation: Monaro Laneways Revitalisation

The Monaro Lanes Project focuses on the renewal of two key pedestrian connectors on either side of Monaro Street – the city’s high street. Part of the CBD’s Master Plan renewal, the laneways are currently uninviting, lacking basic amenity and promoting anti-social behaviour. Through historical and cultural theming, distinctive lighting and noticeable public art, the laneways will be refurbished to produce activated public assets. They will showcase Queanbeyan’s history and cultural identity whilst improving pedestrian connection, safety and promoting new commercial opportunities.

Suzanne Gearing | Business and Economic Development Specialist, and Project Manager for the Resilience Blueprint Project – Canberra Region Joint Organisation

Suzanne Gearing is the Deputy Chair of Regional Development Australia Southern Inland, and holds dual roles at the Canberra Region Joint Organisation (CRJO) as the Business and Economic Development Specialist, and Project Manager for the Resilience Blueprint Project. She has over 20 years experience working in senior positions across corporate organisations and NFP’s, most recently as the Deputy Director of the RDA ACT Canberra Region Food Collaborative. Winner of the 2020 Transgrid Leadership awards, Suzanne has been an active volunteer for over 30 years supporting people experiencing homelessness, is the founder of fledgling regional mental health charity, Wagging Tails Community, and is a regular project mentor with the University of Southern Sydney Global Scope program. She has also held a number of community positions including as the Chair of the Braidwood Business Chamber for 5 years, where she provided support through the challenges of drought, bushfires and covid.

Presentation : Canberra Region Resilience Blueprint Project

The Resilience Blueprint for South East NSW is a roadmap for being future ready. It will look to build our individual and collective resilience. The Blueprint will develop a resilience strategy, toolkit, and resilience pilot projects informed by learnings from local experiences, risk data and analysis. This significant regional project includes the collaboration of ten LGA’s across SE NSW and the Canberra Region.

Roslyn Holmes | Design Manager City Futures – Shoalhaven City Council

Presentation: Junction Court Revitalisation

Funded under the Your High St program, Junction Court in Nowra has undergone a transformation to allow a better space for ongoing future events and people to gather, along with more space for pedestrians to move through the space. The concept for the upgrade was prepared by landscape consultant Place Score, in consultation with council’s staff and the CBD Revitalisation Committee and input from local business owners.


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Members: Free
Non-Members: $30

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Details

Date:
29 June
Time:
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Cost:
$30.00
States:

Organiser

Economic Development Australia
Phone:
0467217997
Email:
events@edaustralia.com.au
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0467 217 997
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