Brisbane 2033: Legacy Project

Business of the Games #3: Placemaking as legacy Members only panel series SOLD OUT

Should placemaking be a regional legacy from the 2032 Games?

In the next iteration of its Business of the Games series, the Committee for Brisbane will explore the concept of placemaking as a legacy.

This Members-only briefing on 11 May will hear from a panel of experts with direct experience of placemaking as part of the delivery and legacy of Olympic and Paralympic Games, or similar, and explore the opportunities for south east Queensland in the run to 2032.

The panel will look beyond business-as-usual planning to consider the profound benefits that could be delivered in community health and wellbeing, open space and blue skies, design and architecture through a bold placemaking agenda.

Meet the Panellists:

  • Peter Edwards, Director, Archipelago
  • Shaun Gallagher, Principal, Populous
  • Penny Hall, Lead – Economics, Planning and Design, ARUP
  • Mark McClelland, Creative Director, Cultural Capital
  • Damian Thompson, Director, Lat27

Join us for a discussion and interactive Q&A session to start exploring the business of the Games. More information here – Business of the Games #3 Flyer_Final

Event Details

Date: Wednesday 11 May 2022

Time: 4pm to 5:30pm

Location: McCullough Robertson Lawyers (Room: Auditorium)

Level 11, 66 Eagle Street, Brisbane QLD 4000

Please RSVP by COB Friday 6 May 2022

Event Partners:

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