Priority Action 1: Future innovation & prosperity

almost 2 years ago
CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

The City of Logan will be an innovation powerhouse, a place of collaboration, opportunity, new jobs, and economic prosperity.

We are committed to:

Innovation & Co-Working Hubs

We will work with community, innovators and industry to develop a network of innovation/ co-working hubs across the City of Logan.

Partnerships for Innovation

We will foster research, innovation and collaborative partnerships to drive economic diversity, growth and resilience

Procurement Reform

We will modernise Council’s procurement processes and methods to drive local innovation, deliver outcomes, and make it easier to do business with Council.

Innovation Skills Development

We will promote programs to build innovation skills and pathways to accelerate innovation activity.

Logan Living Lab

We will establish the City of Logan as an urban innovation living lab – a place to trial, test, experiment, create, learn and to improve.

Smart Working

We will work with employers and the community to encourage modern working options (e.g. co-working, remote work, flexible employment).

Internet of Things, Open Data & Big Data

We will enhance our open data program and leverage the Internet of Things and big data to build a more efficient, innovative and dynamic city.

Innovation Brand

We will promote the innovation credentials of our city as a great place to invest, do business, innovate, collaborate, work and grow.

Unpacking Innovation Program

We will continue the Unpacking Innovation Program to build local excitement, connections, capacity, collaboration and action.

Logan and Redlands Advancing Regional Innovation Program’s (ARIP)

We will work in partnership with QLD State Government, Redlands City Council and Griffith University to coordinate and support the Logan and Redlands Advancing Regional Innovation Program (ARIP).

Consultation has concluded

  • Kat almost 2 years ago
    Could procurement also include innovation to improve environmental outcomes of councils procurement, providing an example of better consumerism to the local community.
  • JenF almost 2 years ago
    Please note it is Redland City Council (not Redlands)