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Kevin Keith, Manager, ACT
Kevin worked on some of the most challenging urban renewal and community issues in the UK, utilising degrees in both Chartered Surveying and Journalism.

He has been interviewed for television and radio numerous times, and published in national newspapers on urban policy in both Australia and the UK. Kevin is passionate about helping people make places better, driven by progress, innovation, and getting more young voices heard on issues affecting their future. 
Click here to find out more about Kevin.

Aug 17 | ACT | Gary Rake. Interim CEO. City Renewal Authority.

A boardroom lunch with the inerim CEO of the City Renewal Authority, Gary Rake.

 

Consult Australia in the ACT

We are Consult Australia and we help consulting firms  shape a better world.

Every major built environment project in the ACT and the surrounding region will have involved Consult Australia members, who range from some of the world’s largest companies combining local and federal work, to independent sole traders using their skills to make their area a better place.

Through
Executive, FutureNet, Canberra Regional, and Federal committees we represent engineers, architects, economists, planners, management consultants, surveyors and more... but beyond professions, we represent knowledge, ideas, and new ways of working.

Have a look at our news page by clicking here.

What does this mean for the Canberra and the Region?
  • It means we support the development of a 30 year ‘growth plan’, with population, participation and productivity at its core, and a clear strategy as to how growth will be achieved through the delivery of economic infrastructure and connections with regional centres.‚Äč

  • It means that whilst we support large public infrastructure projects, we are keen to talk about the development and subsequent delivery of a 30 year plan for sustainable growth, to which these projects feed into.

  • It means we support asset recycling in the short term to fund infrastructure proven to grow the economy, but are keen to talk about long term infrastructure funding.

  • It means that we support urban renewal as a way of providing opportunity, revitalising urban centres and adapting to population increases, but believe smarter long term planning and a clearer strategy for Canberra’s CBD could minimise the need for future interventions.

  • It means we would like to work alongside Government on excellence, with a shared understanding of the challenges ahead, as opposed to being consulted on solutions found: excellence in procurement; excellence in sustainability; excellence in design.

  • It means we will invest time in the promotion of STEM subjects [Science Technology Engineering Maths] to school children and that leadership and innovation will be core to all our engagement with young professionals in FutureNet including The Future Sessions and the Chief Minister’s Challenge.

  • It means all our activity will be linked to the betterment of place - we are #CBR and we will work with anyone else who is too.

ACT Advocacy

The ACT Committee regularly engages with relevant stakeholders on a range of issues facing the ACT Membership. If you are experiencing any business issues in ACT that you would like the ACT Committee to consider in their lobbying work, please contact kevin@consultaustralia.com.au

 


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