What: Continuing our series of population growth forums, we look at the opportunities and challenges for Logan, one of two regions proposed to absorb some of the people moving to Queensland’s south east corner
When: Monday, 13 September, 6.30pm – 8pm
Where: Auditorium, Griffith University Logan campus, University Drive, Meadowbrook.  Click here for a map of the campus and location.
Cost: Free event, but registrations essential. To register, click here to complete the form.

Our moderator, The Courier-Mail’s Anna Reynolds, once again hosts an absorbing discussion on the issues, opportunities and challenges of managing Queensland’s population growth. Logan’s Flagstone and Yarrabilba communities – along with Ipswich’s Ripley Valley – have been announced as targets for infrastructure investment to support new cities. Can Logan take the load?

Hear from Logan Mayor Pam Parker, Urban Land Development Authority CEO Paul Eagles, RPS Chairman Jim McKnoulty, local business leader Kerry Armstrong and Griffith University planning professor Brendan Gleeson… and then have your say!