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Urban Melbourne and Elenberg Fraser present: A conversation on PANS-OPS

Who better than the firm responsible for the majority of Melbourne's current crop of tall towers to host an evening of discussion on and surrounding the matter. To mark Elenberg Fraser's move to their new CBD offices, the avant-garde architecture firm will host an event next Wednesday evening, in conjunction with Urban Melbourne.

The central discussion topic will be the PANS-OPS height ceiling and its implications for Melbourne. Also subject to discussion are the various projects Elenberg Fraser have on their books and how PANS-OPS is applied to each.

Lending his expertise on the evening will be guest speaker Ian Thompson of air traffic management solutions firm Thompson GCS Pty Ltd. Unfortunately fellow guest speaker Adrian Salmon from DTPLI has had to withdraw from the event.

Event details

Join us for a fireside chat in the new offices of Elenberg Fraser with special guest star:

Ian Thompson
Thompson GCS Pty Ltd
What is PANS-OPS and how does it work?
Date: Wednesday 22 October, 6:00 - 8:00pm
Location: Elenberg Fraser – Level 1/160 Queen Street, Melbourne.

The event is open to all individuals and Urban Melbourne have a healthy number of seats available for the event on a first come, first served basis.

Registrations closed

Thank you to all those who have registered, our allotment of seats have been taken up quicker than anticipated. Registrations for Wednesday evening have closed and those who have secured tickets will be notified.

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