Driving Urban Renewal and Revenue Generation through the Activation of Multi-Purpose, Flexible & Tech Enabled Entertainment Precinct

With over $500 million committed to precinct activation projects in Victoria, and another $3.6 billion invested in Queen’s Wharf Brisbane, government bodies, developers and architects are seeing significant opportunities to redevelop Australia’s Entertainment Precincts.

Rising trends in precinct investment means that architects, property developers, operators and the relevant government departments will need to work together to ensure these precincts are sustainable and flexible enough for future generations.

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Key Case Studies of 2019

  • Building Dubai’s first indoor entertainment arena that will house a 17,000 capacity arena that will host major live music concerts, sporting, entertainment and corporate events
  • Understanding Allianz Stadium’s $730 million redevelopment, working closely with government departments to improve precinct delivery
  • Determining the key relationships between transport lines, precincts and master planning in the $3.6 billion design construct of Queen’s Wharf, Brisbane’s largest precinct
  • Redeveloping Docklands into a universal entertainment precinct to encourage future growth


Learn Innovative Solutions On

How to create a flexible and operable precinct to encourage future economic growth

How to utilise your data to ensure activation projects are sustainable long term

Methods to improve engagement with stakeholders for project completion

How to future proof precincts through the use of new and innovative technologies

Who Will You Meet?

Heads, Directors and General Managers of:

  • Precincts and Infrastructure
  • Urban Development
  • Major Projects
  • Project Management
  • Architects
  • Strategic Planning
  • Sustainable Design
  • Sport and Recreation

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