Designing our Future: Economic, environmental & social opportunities for south east QueenslandDownload
2023 Inner City Vitality Report DashboardDownload
2023 Inner City Vitality ReportDownload
Committee for Brisbane Submission to ShapingSEQ 2023 Update
On 6 September 2023, a select group of experts from the Committee’s membership gathered for a three hour, facilitated Workshop to provide feedback on the draft ShapingSEQ 2023 Update to inform the Committee’s submission.
The draft ShapingSEQ 2023 Update is the Queensland Government’s plan to shape the future growth of SEQ. This Update to the 2017 SEQ Regional Plan, sets the framework for how the Government can respond to our growing and changing region.
The Committee for Brisbane's Submission responds to the areas of advocacy the Committee pursues across our four strategic “liveability” pillars and acknowledges that the challenges ahead are the shared responsibility of Government, business and community, as are the actions and solutions that are required to drive us forward.
2022 Inner City Vitality Report Dashboard
The annual “health check” on Brisbane’s inner city, with a complete timeseries from 2020 to 2022 for all five suburbs (Brisbane CBD, Fortitude Valley, South Brisbane, Spring Hill and Woolloongabba).
The Report looks beyond standard property indicators and measures across five key indicators:
• The Retail Market
• Office Market
• Residential market
• Tourism Industry and
• Education Industry
2022 Inner City Vitality ReportDownload
SEQ 2050: A Vision for Transport and Mobility
South east Queensland faces an expected population of 5.9 million by 2050. It is essential to plan for and deliver a safe and efficient transport network for residents, visitors and industry.
With the unprecedented interest in, and opportunities for, infrastructure investment in the region, now is the time to accelerate planning and delivery on transport and mobility networks to meet the needs of the community to 2050 and beyond.
Towards 2032: Economic, environmental & social opportunities for south east Queensland
The Committee for Brisbane is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that, for the past 60+ years, has been an influential, apolitical organisation that has provided strong advocacy for the city and region.Download
From Good to Great: Economic Environmental and Social Opportunities for South East Queensland 2021
As part of our role to promote conversations about how to continue to grow a great city and region, Members of our Management Committee, Advisory Council and some of our Corporate Leaders have shared their thoughts and suggestions in a paper.Download
Liveability Issues and Opportunities Paper 01-2021: Brisbane 2033: Our Olympics and Paralympics Legacies
The Committee’s Brisbane 2033 Legacy Project taskforce’s first policy paper was released on 19 March 2021.Download
Liveability Issues and Opportunities Paper 02-2021: South East Queensland: Australia’s First Data Community
The Committee's Smart Region taskforce's first policy paper - SEQ: Australia's first Data Community was released on 16 June 2021.Download
Committee's Smart Region Paper
Corporate Leader member ARUP complied International exemplars of the five projects/ideas presented in the Committee's Smart Region Paper above.Download
The Committee for Brisbane Statement on Climate ChangeDownload
Brisbane City Council Land Strategy Review
The Committee set up a member sub-committee to review the Industrial Strategy and the Submission made to Council can be viewed here.