Back to back free Fremantle forums on our City’s future
March 25, 2012 Leave a comment
It is going to be a busy week for those interested in the future of Freo…
Thursday 29th March 7.30pm to 9.00pm
Better Fremantle Forum
Put together by the Fremantle Greens this aims to be a conversation on how to make Fremantle a more vibrant and sustainable city.
Venue: Fremantle Town Hall
- Brad Pettitt, Mayor of Fremantle
- Annie Matan, Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute (CUSP)
- Roel Loopers, President of The Fremantle Society
- Scott Ludlam, Greens Senator
- Emma Powell, The Fremantle Inner City Residents Association
- Cole Hendrigan, The Fremantle Network.
Facilitator: Martin Drum from Notre Dame University
Format: Each panel member to speak for 2-3 minutes presenting their most important one or two ideas for a better Fremantle. Then we will have 60 minutes of audience questions and comments.
Each panellist wil reflect on the planning principles of Jan Gehl as presented in his book Cities for People (this is well worth a read)
Free entry. No RSVP required
For further information and to pre-select questions or suggestions please contact Rob Delves at firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 30th March 5.30pm – 7pm
The Fremantle Network is back with a discussion about plans for the redevelopment of Kings Square.
Venue - Rosie O’Grady’s – in the Claddagh Room
Meet Matthew McNeilly, Managing Director of Sirona Capital – the company that owns the Myer building – and hear about their vision for the Fremantle’s city centre and Sirona’s potential role in its revitalization.
Plus hear from David Shetliffe, who has been working with the City of Fremantle to stimulate economic development and investment with a particular focus on redevelopment of King’s Square.
RSVP to email@example.com
PS this is a couple of photos from CODA’s deign studio. It was very impressive what the teams came up with: