Tuesday 27 November Planning Breakfast

  • Date:

    27 November 2018

  • Time:

    7:30 am - 9:00 am

  • Location:

    Strangers’ Function Room Parliament House, Macquarie Street, Sydney

LGNSW Planning Breakfast: Where will the children play?


The Hon Anthony Roberts, Minister for Planning 

Fiona Morrison, Open Space and Parklands Commissioner, Department of Planning and Environment  

A/Professor Linda Corkery, Acting Discipline Director, Landscape Architecture, Built Environment, University of NSW 

Join us to swap notes and discuss open space priorities, including and how they relate to NSW councils.

As the NSW Government attempts to meet its target of 61,000 housing completions every year, councils and their communities continue to demand sufficient space to walk, run and play. As densities increase and population growth continues, more open space will be needed, existing open spaces must be protected and governments are under pressure to see that these spaces are used more effectively.

With land costs and space in Sydney at a premium, how do we solve the problem of enough open space for our communities? How can we protect the green space we've got now? How are our open space needs changing, as we see more of families living in apartments?  This event is part of LGNSW’s planning series.


Strangers’ Function Room
Parliament House,
Macquarie Street, Sydney


$99.00 LGNSW members
$132.00 non-members


Tuesday 27 November 2018
7.30am – 9.00am


Karen Rolls, LGNSW
Tel: 9242 4050

Breakfast will be provided.  


RSVP: Tuesday 20 November 2018  

ELITE PLANNING SPONSOR: Places are strictly limited




Attendees will gain accreditation points (CPO) from the Planning Institute of Australia.