ULI Melbourne: City Forum with Tony Crabb: The Future of Australian Cities

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August 9, 2017
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Michael Page Recruitment
Level 19, 600 Bourke Street
Melbourne, Australia

Please join ULI and urban planning specialist, Tony Crabb, for an engaging presentation and discussion around how cities have been formed over time and what is important to the future of urban planning in a hyper-technological era. Where will people choose to live? What do cities need to offer to attract talent?
How will digital nomads, freelancers and the structural changes in the workforce impact what we build in the future? Join us for an informative presentation by Tony followed by a moderated panel discussion and networking drinks.

This event is proudly sponsored by Essential Economics and hosted by Michael Page Recruitment.

About the Keynote Speaker

tony-crabbTony Crabb is an Industry Commentator on the Property and Investment markets.

He is an advisor to the Reserve Bank of Australia where he is part of their business liaison unit. Tony is also an advisor to the Federal Department of Treasury.

Tony is Chair of the Advisory Board of the Property and Real Estate Faculty at Deakin University.

Tony worked for Savills as their National Head of Research for over 11 years. Based in the Melbourne office, he worked with a team of 9 researchers and oversaw the production of over 250
reports a year. He worked across the sales, leasing, valuations and management divisions of Savills working closely with the teams and their clients. [Read more]


Susan MacDonald, Head of Retail – Mirvac and Chairman, ULI Australia
Stuart Verrier, Head of Property Development at Melbourne Airport
Tony Crabb, Keynote Speaker and Industry Commentor


Sue Say, Director, Urbis

Event Details

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

6:00pm – 8:00pm (Registration starts at 5:45pm)

Michael Page Recruitment
Level 19, 600 Bourke Street
Melbourne , Australia

ULI Members: AUD10
Non-members: AUD50
(Light refreshments provided)


Space is limited and registrations will be required. Priority will be given to ULI members.

To register, please click here.

Registration deadline: Monday, August 7, 2017

Confirmation for a space at the event will be sent on Tuesday, August 8, 2017.


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