Joins us to hear Minister Jaensch set out how the Tasmanian Government is preparing for future population in growth across Tasmania by investing in transport infrastructure that will enhance connectivity and safety for people and freight across the state. The Minister will share an overview of some of the major projects currently being delivered, including the New Bridgewater Bridge, ongoing capacity and safety upgrades on the Bass and Midland Highways and the Southern Outlet and how the Hobart City Deal will help develop the city’s transport network in a sustainable way that supports the community. You don’t want to miss out on our biggest networking lunch in Hobart this year! Act now to secure your corporate tables or seats for what promises to be a fantastic 'end-of-season' event.
Naturally this lunch will be held consistent with current COVID 19 state guidelines and requirements.
Date: Tuesday 14 December
Time: 12 noon pre-lunch drinks for a 12.30pm prompt sit down; 2.30pm close
Where: The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania, Marieville Esplanade, Sandy Bay
Diet: Please inform us if you have special dietary requirements
Members Seat - $143 (inc GST)
Non Members Seat - $185.90 (inc GST)
Member Corporate Tables (8 Seats) - $1,144 (inc GST)
Non Member Corporate Tables (8 Seats) - $1,487.20 (inc GST)
Roads Australia offers 5 free seats to members on maternity/paternity leave for every Industry Lunch or Forum on a first-in, best dressed basis. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org directly to secure one of these complimentary seats.
Roger Jaensch, Minister for State Growth, Environment, Local Government and Planning, Aboriginal Affairs and Heritage
Roger grew up in Victoria, studied Geography at Monash University and worked in regional development and land use planning in Western Australia before moving to NW Tasmania in 2000. He was the inaugural Executive Chairman of the Cradle Coast Authority and served on the Board of the Tourism Industry Council of Tasmania and the University of Tasmania’s North West Advisory Board for several years.
Roger was first elected as Member for Braddon in 2014 and served as Government Whip and Parliamentary Secretary for Small Business, Trade and Red Tape Reduction in the first Hodgman Government. He was appointed Minister for Housing, Minister for Planning and Minister for Human Services after the 2018 State election. In 2019, he was appointed Minister for Disability Services and Community Development and, in 2020, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Minister for Environment and Parks. In May 2021, Roger was appointed as Minister for State Growth, Minister for Environment, Minister for Local Government and Planning, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Minister for Heritage.
Roger, his wife Stephanie and their three Tasmanian-born children live in Wynyard on the beautiful North West Coast.