Logan Village Forum
Logan City Council endorsed the Logan Village Local Plan on 30 March 2010, guiding development for the area over the next 20 years and allowing Logan Village to cater for the needs of its existing and future residents. The plan was incorporated into the Logan Village Local Plan as part of the Logan Planning Scheme 2015 which commenced on 18 May 2015.
Building on the planning that has been done to date Council is now transitioning from the 'visioning' to 'doing' and will now focus on how government, industry, business, land owners and the community can build a vibrant and thriving river destination that is shaped by its heritage, to serve business and the surrounding community.
Community, key government, industry, business owners and landowners are invited to the Logan Village Forum to collaborate on how to unlock the economic and place making potential for Logan Village and to provide input for key priority projects that should be implemented over the short, medium and long term to realise the vision of creating a vibrant river destination, shaped by its heritage.
- Date: Wednesday, 7 March 2018
- Time: 11.00 am- 4.30pm and 5.30pm - 8.00pm
- Venue: Logan Village Lions Community Hall, 21-23 Wharf St, Logan Village
- Amanda Newbery, Director and Founder of Articulous Communications is an award-winning communications and engagement professional and is facilitator for the Logan Village Forum.
- Dean Patterson, State Community Partnership Manager, Lendlease Communities has held leadership roles in sustainability and sports and recreation.
- Krista Hauritz, Founder, Krista Hauritz Tourism + Marketing + Events is a multi-tourism award recipient and has lived, worked and breathed regional tourism and events for over 25 years.
- Lucinda Hartley, Co-Founder of CoDesign Studio and Neighbourlytics is a leading urban designer and entrepreneur who has pioneered disruptive approaches to revitalising cities and towns.
- Steven Burgess, Engineer and Urban Strategist, MRCagney, has extensive experience on movement and transport, place and parking and its influence on town and city prosperity.
- William (Bill) Grant, Director, New Hope Corporation is a destination specialist, with significant experience in property development, venue management, and project management. He is the former Chair of Brisbane Airport Corporation and CEO of South Bank Corporation.
Have your say
You can share your ideas how community, land owners, business, industry and government can unlock the potential of Logan Village online.