Peter Seamer’s Breaking Point is a timely critique of our nation’s urban development and planning culture.
In it, Seamer (Former CEO of the Victoria Planning Authority for over a decade and Senior Industry Fellow in the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies within the College of Design and Social Context, RMIT) argues that vested interests often distort rational thinking on our cities.
Looking to the future, he sets out cogent new strategies to resolve congestion, transport and expenditure problems, offering a blueprint for multi-centred Australian cities that are more localised, urban and equitable in nature.The book will be in stores in February 2019.
To be launched by the Victorian Minister for Planning, a host of special guests will join Peter to discuss the book’s key ideas and the critical issues facing our city, including:
RSVP: Lecture and refreshments are complimentary but attendance will only be confirmed by strict RSVP by Wednesday 6 February 2019. Confirm your attendance today – email firstname.lastname@example.org
The RMIT Swanston Academic building, Building 80, Level 7, Theatre 1U 445 Swanston Street, Melbourne
12 February 2019