Peripheral Centralities: Politics, Policy and Practice
Hosted by Professor Nicholas Phelps (University of Melbourne), Dr Paul J. Maginn (University of Western Australia), and Professor Roger Keil (York University), the seminar series on Peripheral Centralities: Lost, Past, Present and Future brings together a multidisciplinary mix of scholars and practitioners including urban historians, sociologists, geographers, planners, architects, urban designers and property developers to consider the meaning, form, dynamics and significance of peripheral centralities within an era of global extended urbanisation.
Seminar 2 – Peripheral Centralities: Politics, Policy and Practice November 16, 2021 (Australia)/November 15 (Canada)
There will be two different sessions. You can attend both or one depending on your interests.
Session 1: Vintage Suburbs – Planning/Regeneration Challenges and Opportunities. 8.00 am – 9.30 am (WA) / 11.00 am – 12.30 pm (AEST)/8pm-9:30pm EST (November 15) Session 2: Best Practice in Suburban Development 11.00 am – 12.30pm (WA) / 2.00 pm -3.30 pm (AEST)/11pm-12:30pm EST (November 15)
The event is presented by The University of Melbourne, The University of Western Australia, and York University, and is supported by the Urban Studies Foundation.