A place journey through Perth
When was the last time you went West?
Place Leaders Member Workshop in Perth WA — Wednesday 15 – Friday 17 October
On Wednesday 15 – Friday 17 October 2014, the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority and the City of Perth hosted our annual workshop.
Perth is experiencing an exceptional period of growth, with the city’s population expected to reach three million by 2026.
The Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority and the City of Perth are playing a significant role in Perth’s transformation.
A coordinated building program is underway that will fundamentally change the face of Perth by establishing key destinations with great buildings, streets and urban spaces linked by an exceptional transport network.
Delegates had the opportunity to get an inside look at the major CBD projects completed and underway including Elizabeth Quay, the Old Treasury Building precinct and the Perth Cultural Centre. They learnt how these areas are creating a network of destinations that will attract people of all ages, at all times of the year.
Delegates learnt more about these exciting places and new destinations:
Elizabeth Quay a new waterfront precinct that will reconnect the iconic Swan River with the CBD.
The Old Treasury Building redevelopment will be restored into an exciting mix of hotel, hospitality and retail uses.
Perth Cultural Centre is an established premier events destination in the city and a favourite meeting place for workers, students, residents and tourists.
Registration for the workshop included The Lord Mayor’s Reception on Thursday evening and a light lunch on Thursday and Friday.
$500 (+GST) for individual and student members
Premium Public (formerly Gold+) members less 50% ($250 +GST)
Premium Private (formerly Gold) members less 50% ($250 +GST)
Prime Public (formerly Silver +) members less 30% for first 5 registrations ($350+GST) then less 20% ($400 +GST) for 6th and above
Prime Private (formerly Silver) members $500 (+GST)
A limited number of non-member registrations at $800 (+GST) were welcomed.
The workshop was held at the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority.