Green futures and grey implications of a new park in Brisbane

Green futures and grey implications of a new park in Brisbane: visions for the Victoria Golf Course

The seminar will focus on the analysis conducted by professors Bottero and Santangelo on decision-making processes for supporting urban transformation scenarios and their policy implications. In particular, the seminar will reflect on the recently announced transformation of the Victoria Golf Course into a new park for the city of Brisbane. This transformation represents a great opportunity for the surrounding areas as well as the city as a whole, but concerns may be raised as regards the impact that it will have on uplift of properties value and related effects on parts of the population in neighbouring communities.

Associate Professor Marta Bottero and Associate Professor Marco Santangelo are part of the RAISE: Rapid Analytics Interactive Scenario Explorer Toolkit project in the QUT Design Lab. The seminar will see professors Bottero and Santangelo first present their findings and then taking part in a Q&A session.

Join Marta, Marco and the QUT Design Lab for networking and light refreshments after the event.

Marta Bottero, Ph.D., is Associate Professor in Planning Evaluation and Project Appraisal at Politecnico di Torino since 2010. She holds a degree in Environmental and Land Engineering (2000) and a PhD degree in Geo-Environmental Engineering from Politecnico of Torino (2004). Her scientific activity is related to sustainability assessment of projects and plans, with specific attention to Multiple Criteria Decision Aiding and Cost Benefit Analysis.

Marco Santangelo is a geographer and associate professor at the Interuniversity Department of Regional and Urban Studies and Planning – DIST – of the Polytechnic and University of Torino. His research interests are related to urban studies and in two main research fields in specific: cities transformation in the current phase of economic restructuring, especially as regards strategy-making and regeneration; human-space-technology interactions and the role of digitalization in the changing socio-spatial urban structure.

Details:

Location: Owen J. Wordsworth Room, S Block, Level 12
Link to map: Map
Start Date: 26/08/2019
Start Time: 10:00am
End Date: 26/08/2019
End Time: 12:00pm
RSVP By: Monday 26th of August 2019
Cost: Free
Organiser: QUT Design Lab
Enquiries: designlab@qut.edu.au
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