Speaker

Lucinda Hartley

CoFounder and CIO, Neighbourlytics

 Lucinda Hartley

Lucinda Hartley is an urban designer and social entrepreneur who has spent the past decade pioneering innovative methods to improve the social sustainability of cities, now being implemented around the world. As a co-founder at Neighbourlytics, she brings her social innovation and entrepreneurship strengths to harness big data, and deliver community insights that inform evidence-based urban development decisions.

Previously, as CoFounder at CoDesign Studio, Lucinda spearheaded new, community-led approaches to neighbourhood building based on human centred design, that are now proven on 50 neighbourhood renewal projects across Australia. CoDesign’s flagship program The Neighbourhood Project, puts this into action at-scale, enabling governments and communities to systemically change the way they create neighbourhoods.

Named as one of Melbourne’s Top 100 most influential people in 2012 by The Age newspaper, Lucinda has gained widespread recognition. Most recently, CoDesign was named as one of Westpac’s inaugural 2017 Businesses of Tomorrow. Lucinda is passionate about cities, travel and social action.

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Thursday 29 August 2019
1.30pm – 3.00pm

Major concurrent session

Planning for our future communities

Following worldwide trends of rapid urbanisation and centralisation of all aspects of life and work, Australians are living in urban areas at higher rates than ever before. What is the impact of population growth on our housing system, services and suburbs? How can we ensure Australia’s swelling major and developing cities remain productive and liveable ... view