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Mountain View

Urban Transport Politics: Exploring the Role of Urban Publics in Transport Politics

Thursday, 30th March 2017

Dr Crystal Legacy (RMIT) with Wendy Bacon

Image: Protest against Western Sydney Distributor project Source: Crystal Legacy

Mountain View

Global Visitors, Local Homes:

A Roundtable Discussion on Short Term Rental Accomodation, Housing Supply, and Planning

Wednesday, 6 April 2017

Source: Catherine Gilbert

Recent Events
Wednesday, 6 April 2017
5:45pm – 7:45pm
New Law LT 101

Professor Nicole Gurran, Urban Housing Lab, University of Sydney

Tim Sneesby, A/g Senior Strategic Planner, Waverley Council

Michael Mangan, Director Owners Corporation Network of Australia Limited

Trish Burt, Convenor, Neighbours Not Strangers

Brent Thomas, Head of Public Policy, Australia and New Zealand, Airbnb

Professor Peter Phibbs (Convenor and MC)

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Urban Transport Politics
30 March 2017

Dr Crystal Legacy (RMIT) shares her research on the role of urban publics in transport politics. Click here to hear her lecture, followed by a response from Wendy Bacon

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Global Visitors, Local Homes
5 April 2017

Professor Nicole Gurran shares her research on short-term rental accommodation through online platforms such as Airbnb as part of the Global Visitors, Local Homes roundtable

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Upcoming Events
Symposium: Disruptive Urbanism? Implications of the ‘Sharing Economy’ for Cities, Regions, and Urban Policy
Tuesday, 27 June, 2017
Paper Sessions, 9.30am - 5.10 pm, Wilkinson Building rm 541
Public lecture 6.00 – 8.00pm, Wilkinson Building Lecture Theatre 250 (ALT 1)

Planning and Inequality Post Ferguson: How Local Governments Might Navigate Under a Trump Administration
Associate Professor Sarah Coffin
Thursday, 29 June, 2017
Wilkinson Building Lecture Theatre 250 (ALT 1)