Logan City Council is committed to develop a progressive and vibrant commercial, business and entertainment centre as a future CBD for the City of Logan.
The Beenleigh Summit was a free, informative and collaborative summit with national and international perspectives on how to unlock the economic potential of Beenleigh and the City of Logan.
The Summit was held on 25 October 2017 and featured experts in place making and design, infrastructure policy, urban innovation and development to share national and international perspectives on making the future Beenleigh an interesting and exciting place to visit, work, live, play and do business in.
Speakers for the Summit
- Amanda Newbery, Director and Founder of Articulous Communication. (Event Facilitator)
- Kylie Legge, CEO and founder of PlaceScore is a leading voice in the placemaking profession.
- Stephen Yarwood, is an award-winning contemporary urban futurist who has achieved rapid transformation for Adelaide as the youngest Lord Mayor of Adelaide.
- Jock Fairweather, Director of Little Tokyo Two is the 2016-2017 Small Business Person of the Year building innovative businesses within a collaborative ecosystem.
For more information view the Beenleigh Summit program (PDF 325 KB)
If you were unable to attend the Beenleigh Summit or want to refer to any of the speaker sessions, you can view them below.
Collaboration and Creativity
The 3D video of Beenleigh depicts the policies and strategies for the urban footprint, jobs and population growth, the key activity centres, residential and industrial zoning and major open spaces.
Context and Custodianship
This 3D video of Beenleigh depicts our social and green infrastructure including regional landscapes, local landscape corridors and key landscapes.
This 3D aerial video of Beenleigh depicts the connections of the road network in Beenleigh, utilities and other critical infrastructure such as service vehicles, private motor vehicles, public transport, cycle and pedestrian networks.
Choice and Character
This 3D video of Beenleigh depicts our precincts and buildings, specifically the land use, maximum building heights and upper level built forms.