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Join us for the CEO Building & Construction Luncheon as industry leaders discuss:- The Future of Greater Western Sydney - The Sydney Metro Norwest has arrived and Aerotropolis is on its way so what’s next:-
What is to be developed and constructed in and around these major infrastructure projects;
What are the predicted effects of the economic climate for the Building & Construction industry;
What are the major building and development opportunities in the Greater Western Sydney region; and
What will the Greater Western Sydney region look like in the next 5 -10 years.
About our Speakers: Elizabeth Dibbs (District Commissioner - Western City) GREATER SYDNEY COMMISSION
The vision for Greater Sydney as a metropolis of three cities – the Western Parkland City, the Central River City and the Eastern Harbour City and a 30-minute city – means residents in the Western City District will have quicker and easier access to a wider range of jobs, housing types and activities. This vision will improve the District’s lifestyle and environmental assets
Scott Gregg (Executive General Manager) LANDCOM
Scott Gregg joined Landcom in 2015 to lead the Sydney Metro Northwest Places Program. A key focus of this role included the negotiation and establishment of Lancom’s role as master developer of the government lands adjoining 8 new station precincts as part of the Sydney Metro Northwest Places
Dr Michelle Byrnes (MAYOR) Hills Shire Council
Dr Michelle Byrne is the first-ever popularly elected Mayor of The Hills Shire Council and will remain in Office until the September election in 2020. Michelle holds a PhD in medical research but gave it away to pursue her love for Local Government in 2012. She is also a lawyer and has also worked in the areas of family and commercial law. Michelle enjoys connecting with the community and aims to improve the quality-of-life for all residents living in the Hills Shire.
Kieran Davies (Chief Economist, NSW Markets) NAB
Kieran Davies works in market economics at National Australia Bank covering the Australian economy. He was previously a principal adviser on macroeconomics and budget policy in the Commonwealth Treasury and chief economist at Barclays and ABN Amro Banks in Sydney. He has a Master of Economics degree from ANU.