EVENT FULL - PRC Sunset Seminar with NSW Planning Minister Tony Kelly
3 May 2010
About the seminar
Since the time of Paul Landa, the Planning Research Centre has hosted a major presentation by each new Minister of Planning. Following on in this proud tradition, on Monday, 3rd of May, the PRC will host the New South Wales Minister for Planning (and Minister for Infrastructure and Lands), the Hon. Tony Kelly.
In this critical time for planning and for infrastructure in New South Wales Minister Kelly has already had an important impact on planning and this is a rare opportunity to hear his views of the future, making it a "must attend" event for planners and land professionals in New South Wales.
The Planning Research Centre's Sunset Seminars offer a platform for informed dialogue between politicians and planners, developers, urban designers and other related professionals on the key issues facing urban and regional planning in New South Wales and beyond.
Please join us in the historic and picturesque Holme Building within The University of Sydney for the seminar and for the opportunity to mix informally (over refreshments) with other professionals in your field.
This event is proudly sponsored by Landcom
About the speaker
Tony Kelly is the NSW Minister for Planning as well as Minister for Infrastructure, Minister for Lands, Deputy Leader of the Government in the Legislative Council, and Leader of the House in the Legislative Council.
Tony has been a member of the NSW Legislative Council since 1997 and has held ministerial portfolios since 2003. Prior to this he has a long history of service with Wellington Council, where he held numerous roles since 1967, including paymaster, accountant, deputy shire clerk, followed by a long period as general manager.
Time: 6.00 to 7.30pm - doors open 5.45pm
Cost: This is a free event
Contact: Please RSVP to Sue Lalor as numbers are limited
Phone: 9114 0941