Brisbane 2033: Legacy Project Voice to Parliament Resources

2020 Inner City Vitality Report Event

Now in its third year, this much anticipated Report and event looks at Brisbane’s Inner-City Vitality – across five key indicators. This Report is unique in its coverage of the sectors that drive the future of inner Brisbane’s economic engine room. The panellists, experts in their area of economic contribution, will discuss the 2020 Report results and debate the future trend for Brisbane’s recovery and period of massive change in a post-COVID19 city.

The five key indicators:
– Commercial & residential real estate health
– Hotel stays/tourism health
– Retail health
– Education health
– Transit/Mobility health

It will be a stimulating and provocative panel discussion.

Meet the Speakers:
Geoff Hogg, Chief Casino Officer (Queensland) The Star Entertainment Group – Hotel stays/tourism sector

Professor Robina Xavier, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Education), QUT – Education health

Lindsay Carroll, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, National Retail Association – Retail health

Matt Beasley, Office Development Qld – Commercial and residential occupancy health

Dr Matthew Burke, Transport Academic Partnership (TAP) Chair at Griffith University’s Cities Research Institute – Transit/Mobility health

Moderator: Ross Elliott, Queensland General Manager, APP

MC: Barton Green, Chief Executive Officer, Committee for Brisbane

The Report:
The Report looks at the central business district and in 2019 we expanded the view into Fortitude Valley and Southbank. For the 2020 Report all inner ring suburbs will be included so a CBD and inner-city view can be analysed.

The Report is produced and presented by Urban Economics, Spring Hill.


Event Partners:

Report Sponsor
The Committee For Brisbane acknowledges the First Nations People of the region and their continuing connection to and care of the land, waters and community of that region.
We also pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

Photos by Tony Elsom