Sustainable Urbanism Roadshow - Sydney

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Parliament of New South Wales

6 Macquarie Street

Sydney, NSW 2000


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Sustainable Urbanism and the Built Environment: Exploring collaboration with government

The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment and the Prince’s Trust Australia invite you to a panel discussion on sustainable urbanism at the Parliament of New South Wales.

You’ll hear from Dominic Richards, Trustee, Prince’s Trust Australia, and Lindsey Noble, Development Director, NSW Land and Housing Corporation, alongside other industry panellists as they discuss sustainable urbanism and the benefits of partnering with government to co-design and create social impact in the built environment.

Dominic Richards, Prince's Trust Australia

Co-Founder and Chief Executive of Our Place, Chairman and Co-Founder, Prosper Education; former Vice Chairman and Director of The Prince’s Foundation for Building Community. Trustee of The Prince’s Trust Australia.

Dominic has been inspired by the sustainability work of H.R.H. The Prince of Wales and has gained a deep understanding of the impact of the built environment on the quality of life of those living and working within it. Dominic was raised in Australia and England and educated at the University of Cambridge and the Prince of Wales’ Institute of Architecture.

Dominic is the co-Founder of Our Place with Sir Michael Hintze. Our Place is a dynamic placemaker specialising in creating places that celebrate local identity, mixed uses, sustainable communities and walkable neighbourhoods. Our Place is currently regenerating urban sites in London and Norwich as well as creating entirely new settlements for 25,000 people in the South of England. Our Place builds vibrant communities through creative and innovative design, community engagement and by investing in long-term placemaking.

Lindsey Noble, Land and Housing Corporation

Lindsey Noble is a Development Director at Land and Housing Corporation (LAHC) and is currently leading the delivery of significant social housing projects for the NSW Government. Lindsey’s current delivery portfolio comprises of over 300 social housing dwellings in other projects across NSW.

Lindsey has extensive experience leading teams on large scale social housing renewal projects, notably the Telopea Urban Renewal Project and LAHC’s pilot mixed tenure build-to-rent project at Redfern. She has a strong planning and commercial background, having worked within the public and private sectors where she has been responsible for managing strategic planning, urban design and property economics projects for private and public sector clients.

Lindsey is passionate about delivering high quality design and place making outcomes for local communities, particularly places that encourage social interaction.

Special Guest: The Hon. Melinda Pavey MP | Minister for Water, Property and Housing

Panel Discussion Members:

  • Dominic Richards, Prince’s Trust Australia

  • Lindsey Noble, NSW Land and Housing Corporation

  • Graeme Dix, Johnson Pilton Walker Architects

  • Jody Broun, CEO Aboriginal Housing Office

Facilitator - Alison McLaren, Executive Director, Office of the Group Deputy Secretary, Housing and Property

Date: Wednesday 20 November 2019

Location: Parliament of New South Wales. 6 Macquarie Street, Sydney


5.15pm – 5.30pm: Registration

5.30pm – 7pm: Key Note address and panel discussion

7.00pm – 7.30pm: Networking drinks


- Public Transport: Located a short walk from Martin Place, which is serviced by trains and buses.

- By Road: Parking is available at 60 Elizabeth Street, a short walk from the Parliament of NSW. Enter from Elizabeth Street. Visitors are advised to check parking rates.

Places are limited. To secure yours please register here through Eventbrite as soon as possible. Registration will close on Monday 18 November 2019 at 5.00pm.

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Parliament of New South Wales

6 Macquarie Street

Sydney, NSW 2000


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