The South East Queensland City Deal is a partnership between three levels of government with the aim of supporting jobs, improving connectivity and preserving and enhancing the South East Queensland region's liveability.
The processes established through the signing and implementation of the deal will improve capacity for collaboration between three levels of government on solving problems and grasping opportunities for future years as the 29 deal commitments commence and are completed.
For the first time since the recent release of the City Deal Implementation Plan, the three levels of government will appear together to discuss the plan, its aims and objectives, the delivery timeframe and opportunities for private sector participation.
Managing Partner at DunneMedforth
First Assistant Secretary, at Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts
CEO of Council of Mayors (SEQ)
Deputy Director General, Strategy Insights and Advisory of DSDILGP