The conference is just one month away. If you haven’t booked already, now is the time to do it. To ensure you will get the benefit of the early bird registration, the deadline has been extended to September 28th! Please note our fax number will be changing on Sept. 18th. Our new fax number is 905-456-5710.
Today’s successful downtown cores are evolving from a relatively simplistic collection of retail shops and restaurants to a collection of niche businesses, services and institutional functions that can weather the challenges presented by the new economy. Learn how the City of Brantford has successfully made this transition after its downtown core suffered a serious decline and the role that Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design played.
DAYS INN BRANTFORD – 460 FAIRVIEW DRIVE BRANTFORD ON N3R 7A9
Phone: (519) 759-2700 Fax: (519) 759-2089 Email: email@example.com
Company: CPTED Group CPTED Deadline to reserve rate: 9/30/2014 Method of Reservation: INDIVIDUAL TO CALL IN Arrival: 10/14/2014 Method of Payment: INDIVIDUAL PAYS OWN Nights: 1-3 CXL Policy: CANCEL 24 HOURS PRIOR 4 Departure: 10/17/2014 GTD Policy: CREDIT CARD REQUIRED
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Andrew McNeill is passionate about building cities and understands what makes them tick. As Vice President of LiveWorkLearnPlay, he is a leader in the firm’s advisory services practice and is currently leading multiple large scale mixed-use projects throughout the province of Ontario. Andrew has a great deal of experience working in downtowns, both in the public and private sector, and was previously the Manager of the Downtown Collaborative for the City of Mississauga where he worked to facilitate collaboration between public and private stakeholders to implement the City’s Downtown21 Master Plan.
Jeremy Freiburger – Chief Connector and Cultural Strategist, CoBALT CONNECTS Jeremy is the founder and Cultural Strategist of Cobalt Connects, an arts service organization based in Hamilton. After studying music and theatre at the American Music and Dramatic Arts Academy in NY, Jeremy returned to Hamilton and has worked in most every artistic discipline as an artist, producer and administrator. Cobalt Connects has played a lead role in developing over 80,000 square feet of studio space, manages numerous public art programs and provides extensive cultural planning services throughout the Province.