As Cape Town’s Day Zero looms, where the city has been stricken by a three-year drought and water restrictions are severe, to the possible closure of the UK’s widely successful Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) a hugely successful Parks for People programme that invested millions of people’s lottery money into improving parks and local facilities, are stark reminders of the challenges we all face in a changing world.
This year’s World Urban Park Congress (2018 International Parks & Leisure Congress) “Future of Spaces & Places in Cities” sets a platform for world leaders come together to discuss these challenges and set the Agenda on “Future Parks & Cities”. Parks & Leisure Australia (our Congress partner & host) and World Urban Parks are pleased to announce that apart from the normal early bird registration discount for our members, there will be a significant further discount if you register 5 delegates, you will receive the 6th registration free. A significant benefit to our World Urban Parks Members.
Further details of the Congress and registration will be available from the 16th March.