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NATIONAL Capital Authority CEO Malcolm Snow is moving to head the new ACT City Renewal Authority. He starts in his new position on Monday, August 28.“Mr Snow is recognised as one of Australia’s leading place makers. With a career spanning four decades, he is well equipped to deliver a vibrant city centre in Canberra,” says CRA board chair Dr Michael Easson.
“He joins the City Renewal Authority following a diverse career leading major city revitalisation programs throughout Australia, Asia and the United Kingdom.
“Mr Snow will lead the organisation as it commences work on improving the liveability and vitality of the city centre through the planning and delivery of a diverse range of events, capital works upgrades, public realm and amenity improvements and stakeholder partnerships.
“Mr Snow is currently the Chief Executive of the National Capital Authority. Previously he was Head of Design with the City of Melbourne, Director of international consulting firm Urbis and, CEO of South Bank Corporation in Brisbane.
“A constructive innovator, Mr Snow was instrumental in enhancing Brisbane’s South Bank, which is now recognised as one of Australia’s most successful leisure, commercial and inner-city precincts.
“Mr Snow has been the recipient of 36 international, national and state awards for urban planning, design, development and business management excellence including The Australia Award for Urban Design on four occasions (1996, 2011, 2012 and 2015).”
His appointment follows an extensive nation-wide search and interviews and unanimous endorsement by the CRA Board.