Conversation 26, Place-Based Regional Economic Development - The Latest Thinking
SEGRA has set up a series of webinars called “A Conversation for Regional Australia about COVID-19” as a forum for those who live, work and invest in regional, rural and remote Australia. The goal of the webinars is to enable regions to get a greater understanding of the issues and pool their ideas and initiatives to ride out the storm. Impacts will be felt across health, the broader economy, education, business, lifestyle and our social fabric.
In this webinar we were joined by Prof John Tomaney, Professor of Urban and Regional Planning in the Bartlett School of Planning, University College London. In this discussion Prof John Tomaney reflected on European debates, emerging policy debates and consider their relevance for regional Australia, drawing on the recent work of the UK2070 Commission, chaired by Lord Kerslake.
Webinar 26 speakers:
- Kate Charters, Chair, SEGRA
- Robert Prestipino, Principal, Vital Places
- Prof John Tomaney, Professor of Urban and Regional Planning in the Bartlett School of Planning, University College London
To watch the webinar, please click here.