What kind of places do we want? What do these places need to support quality public life?

Summit: syd22

Length: 18:23

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This talk is presented by

Dr Caroline Butler‐Bowdon - Executive Director, Public Spaces, NSW Department of Planning & Environment

Dr Caroline Butler‐Bowdon is the Executive Director, Public Spaces in at the NSW Department of Planning & Environment where she leads a team of strategists, policy-makers, place-managers, landscape architects, project managers, planners and storytellers to improve and shine a spotlight on public space in NSW.

In this role she leads the Premier’s Priority, Greener Public Spaces focused on quality and walkability to great public spaces.

She was before this, the Director, Strategy & Engagement at Sydney Living Museums. Spanning 20 years, her career has been dedicated to leadership that connects citizens and tourists to special places, the arts and heritage through a broad range of citywide public engagement programs, including festivals, exhibitions and books.

She is a 2017 Churchill Fellow with her fellowship focused on heritage precincts and tourism. She completed her PhD on the history of apartment living in Sydney in 2009.