All Events by Date


  • Tuesday 3 March 2015
    The Breakfast Series featuring David Green
    Location: Adelaide SA

    Join Colleagues for a breakfast with David Green, Principal, Perkin + Will, from the United kingdom.

    David is a principal at one of the world's largest architectural firms, Perkins + Will where he had designed Hundreds of projects from individual buildings to multi-thousand acre sites. He focuses on urban healthcare and research districts, and addresses the regulatory framework providing innovative strategies for policy implementation. Read more...

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  • Wednesday 4 March 2015
    Plan making – strategic frameworks and codes
    Location: Brisbane

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will cover the drafting of strategic frameworks and codes, perhaps the most difficult components of a planning scheme. The speaker will draw on her own recent experiences in the drafting of these documents and provide the audience with an insight into the issues that can arise and the techniques for addressing these issues. The speaker will draw on actual examples to illustrate the points made.

  • Wednesday 4 March 2015
    Plan making – strategic frameworks and codes (Mackay)
    Location: Mackay

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will cover the drafting of strategic frameworks and codes, perhaps the most difficult components of a planning scheme. The speaker will draw on her own recent experiences in the drafting of these documents and provide the audience with an insight into the issues that can arise and the techniques for addressing these issues. The speaker will draw on actual examples to illustrate the points made.

  • Wednesday 4 March 2015
    Plan making – strategic frameworks and codes (Townsville)
    Location: Townsville

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will cover the drafting of strategic frameworks and codes, perhaps the most difficult components of a planning scheme. The speaker will draw on her own recent experiences in the drafting of these documents and provide the audience with an insight into the issues that can arise and the techniques for addressing these issues. The speaker will draw on actual examples to illustrate the points made.

  • Wednesday 4 March 2015
    Plan making – strategic frameworks and codes (Cairns)
    Location: Cairns

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will cover the drafting of strategic frameworks and codes, perhaps the most difficult components of a planning scheme. The speaker will draw on her own recent experiences in the drafting of these documents and provide the audience with an insight into the issues that can arise and the techniques for addressing these issues. The speaker will draw on actual examples to illustrate the points made.

  • Wednesday 4 March 2015
    Plan making – strategic frameworks and codes (Toowoomba)
    Location: Toowoomba

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will cover the drafting of strategic frameworks and codes, perhaps the most difficult components of a planning scheme. The speaker will draw on her own recent experiences in the drafting of these documents and provide the audience with an insight into the issues that can arise and the techniques for addressing these issues. The speaker will draw on actual examples to illustrate the points made.

  • Wednesday 4 March 2015
    Plan making – strategic frameworks and codes (Gold Coast)
    Location: Gold Coast

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will cover the drafting of strategic frameworks and codes, perhaps the most difficult components of a planning scheme. The speaker will draw on her own recent experiences in the drafting of these documents and provide the audience with an insight into the issues that can arise and the techniques for addressing these issues. The speaker will draw on actual examples to illustrate the points made.

  • Wednesday 4th March 2015
    Emerging Leaders Series Topic 1 - Development Conditions and Planning Policy
    Location: Perth

    The primary focus of this series is to develop the skills of planners with up to 5 years experience. This series will also assist individuals looking to further develop their knowledge of planning and assist non-planning practitioners who collaborate with planning professionals.

    Each session is limited to 20 places to allow a more interactive learning environment.

  • Thursday 5 March 2015
    International Women's Day Breakfast 2015
    Location: Melbourne, VIC

    SOLD OUT

    International Women’s Day celebrates the economic, political, and social achievements of women past, present and future. Through the Women’s Planning Network annual event, we recognise the contribution of women in planning, a profession in which women have a long history of participation and leadership in roles which make a significant contribution to the wellbeing and liveability of the communities we create.

    The Women's Planning Network presents its International Women's Day Breakfast at Victorian Parliament House on Thursday 5 March 2015.

  • Friday 6th March 2015
    Annual PIA & AILA Evening on the Green Lawn Bowls
    Location: West Leederville

    Please join use for an evening of fun and frivolity on the green for annual PIA & AILA lawn bowls night.

  • Tuesday 10 March 2015
    Does Density Matter? with International Speaker Rodney Tolley
    Location: Perth

    The evidence is now overwhelming that the most liveable, healthy, creative and economically successful cities are the ones where active transport is being promoted and old style dominance of the car is being reduced. New policies on walkability, public realm and liveable streets, together with professional networks, strategic partnerships, advocacy movements and supportive national structures have emerged in country after country.

    The cultural shift towards walking and cycling is well and truly under way, but how do we deliver? How do we engage politicians who may have yet to hear the message? How can we move from understanding to action, quickly and with value for money.

  • Thursday 12th March 2015
    Professional Ethics in Planning | Brisbane
    Location: Holding Redlich, Level 1 300 Queen Street Brisbane Qld 4000

    Join Annie Kentwell in a relaxed interactive one day course to discuss a range of contemporary topics regarding ethical issues confronting planners.

    Hosted by Holding Redlich, this unit’s aim is to provide participants with a more in depth understanding about ethical behaviour in planning, in both government and private sectors.

  • Thursday 12 March 2015
    NSW Planners Dinner 2015
    Location: Sydney, NSW

    You are invited to join us for the Annual Planners Dinner. This is an opportunity to join colleagues, friends and clients at our premier networking event for the year.

  • Thursday 12 March 2015
    PLANET 2015 - Developing Policy and Controls - March
    Location: Melbourne, VIC

    So the strategic plan is complete. Now find out how to take the Municipal Strategic Statement forward into policy and controls in the Planning Scheme. Learn the significance of the State Planning Policy Framework in decision-making.

    Venue: CAE, 253 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

  • Friday 13 March
    SAYP - Night Owl Bowling Event
    Location: Adelaide




    Want to have a great night out?

    Come along for a evening of fun - join the SAYP Night Owl Bowling evening at the Adelaide Bowling Club. For those that would like to extend their night out - you can join those that are going to the Garden of Unearthly Delights after bowls.

    Payment and registrations to be made through the PIA SA events page.

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  • Monday 16 March
    Riverbank Forum
    Location: Adelaide Rowing Club, Adelaide

    Adelaide’s Riverbank has been long an unpolished jewel in the city’s crown. Moves are now afoot to make the area shine, with significant private and public sector investment expected to flow to the area.

    How will the Riverbank achieve its potential to become a hub for entertainment, tourism, creative enterprise, education and commercialisation? Join PIA as

    Riverbank Authority Board Chairman Andrew McEvoy and former Thinker in Residence Charles Landry discuss the next steps, the aspiration and the possibilities for this transformative precinct.

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  • Thursday 19 March
    Lightsview and Playford Alive - Renewal SA bus tour
    Location: Lightsview, Adelaide

    After the success of the first Renewal SA bus tour, PIA SA with Renewal SA are hosting a second bus tour, this time Lightsview and Playford Alive projects. Meeting and leaving from Lightsview, the tour will cover:

    • Complete project overview
    • Small lot housing
    • Master plan features/new urbanism principles in use


    Please register on line as seats are limited.

    More details will be available soon!

  • Thursday 19th March 2015
    YP Study Tour - Harold Park
    Location: Harold Park, Forest Lodge, Sydney

    Come join the NSW Young Planners as they visit one of Sydney's most exciting urban renewal areas - Free Event!

  • Tuesday 24 March 2015
    Pre-Congress Series II - Great Open Spaces: The MPA Open Space Strategy
    Location: Melbourne CBD

    As part of the lead up to the National Congress in Melbourne on 13-15 May 2015, PIA has organised a series of three think-tank sessions to promote our Great Places. Finger food and drinks provided at all sessions.

    This second session features two speakers from the Metropolitan Planning Authority - Paul Cassidy, Open Space Executive, and Mark Brennan, Project lead Boulevard Strategy. They will be inviting you to be a part of the Open Space Strategy discussion with the MPA.

  • Tuesday 24 March
    Bike SA - Be Safe Be Seen
    Location: Adelaide

    FREE EVENT

    The Planning Institute of Australia is offering to its members the BikeSA ‘Be Safe Be Seen’ Bicycle Education Session. This free session based on new research and offers the facts on the types and locations of our most frequent accidents resulting in cycling casualties, and the most effective strategies for avoiding them.

    Seats are limited so book your place now.

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  • Tuesday 24 March 2015
    CENTRAL QUEENSLAND BRANCH – PLANNING MATTERS SYMPOSIUM
    Location: Mackay

    This full day professional development event is not to be missed. The program is packed with speakers from across the State and region including technical reviews, community research, economic outlook and personal development.

  • Thursday 26th March 2015
    Toolbox Series | Developer Contributions in a Nutshell
    Location: Sydney, NSW

    Join our speaker Greg New to discuss Developer Contributions in a Nutshell. This seminar is focussed on Development Contributions and is aimed at informing and educating the audience by way of an in-depth analysis of practice and procedure in the provision of infrastructure.

    PIA NSW is pleased to be partnering with Bartier Perry to bring together speakers with recognised expertise in various aspects of the NSW Planning system, to deliver a series of evening seminars throughout 2015.

  • Tuesday 31 March 2015
    Planning for green spaces
    Location: Brisbane

    Green spaces – from parks, gardens, and playgrounds to national and State Reserves and Forests - are a critical part of planning a sustainable and liveable Queensland. But getting it right can be a challenge. The community, councils and developers all have different needs and priorities and it is the responsibility of the planner to draw these together so that green space contributes to the social, cultural and economic life of the community.

  • Tuesday 31 March 2015
    Planning for green spaces (Toowoomba)
    Location: Toowoomba

    Green spaces – from parks, gardens, and playgrounds to national and State Reserves and Forests - are a critical part of planning a sustainable and liveable Queensland. But getting it right can be a challenge. The community, councils and developers all have different needs and priorities and it is the responsibility of the planner to draw these together so that green space contributes to the social, cultural and economic life of the community.

  • Wednesday 8 April 2015
    Understanding the fundamentals of transport planning – to plan cities, towns and projects
    Location: Brisbane

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will look at transport planning from two perspectives – the issues surrounding transport planning when preparing a planning scheme and the issues surrounding transport planning during development assessment. An insight into both perspectives is fundamental to understanding the planning, funding and provision of transport infrastructure.

  • Wednesday 8 April 2015
    Understanding the fundamentals of transport planning – to plan cities, towns and projects (Mackay)
    Location: Mackay

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will look at transport planning from two perspectives – the issues surrounding transport planning when preparing a planning scheme and the issues surrounding transport planning during development assessment. An insight into both perspectives is fundamental to understanding the planning, funding and provision of transport infrastructure.

  • Wednesday 8 April 2015
    Understanding the fundamentals of transport planning – to plan cities, towns and projects (Townsville)
    Location: Townsville

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will look at transport planning from two perspectives – the issues surrounding transport planning when preparing a planning scheme and the issues surrounding transport planning during development assessment. An insight into both perspectives is fundamental to understanding the planning, funding and provision of transport infrastructure.

  • Wednesday 8 April 2015
    Understanding the fundamentals of transport planning – to plan cities, towns and projects (Cairns)
    Location: Cairns

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will look at transport planning from two perspectives – the issues surrounding transport planning when preparing a planning scheme and the issues surrounding transport planning during development assessment. An insight into both perspectives is fundamental to understanding the planning, funding and provision of transport infrastructure.

  • Wednesday 8 April 2015
    Understanding the fundamentals of transport planning – to plan cities, towns and projects (Toowoomba)
    Location: Toowoomba

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will look at transport planning from two perspectives – the issues surrounding transport planning when preparing a planning scheme and the issues surrounding transport planning during development assessment. An insight into both perspectives is fundamental to understanding the planning, funding and provision of transport infrastructure.

  • Wednesday 8 April 2015
    Understanding the fundamentals of transport planning – to plan cities, towns and projects (Gold Coast)
    Location: Gold Coast

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will look at transport planning from two perspectives – the issues surrounding transport planning when preparing a planning scheme and the issues surrounding transport planning during development assessment. An insight into both perspectives is fundamental to understanding the planning, funding and provision of transport infrastructure.

  • Tuesday 5 May 2015
    Understanding art, architecture and urban design – and how it relates to planning
    Location: Brisbane

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will look at the place of art, architecture and urban design in town planning. The speaker will discuss these topics in the context of plan making and development assessment, drawing on examples from his own experience. The speaker will discuss lessons from the past and emerging trends, from within the local context and from interstate and overseas.

  • Tuesday 5 May 2015
    Understanding art, architecture and urban design – and how it relates to planning (Mackay)
    Location: Mackay

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will look at the place of art, architecture and urban design in town planning. The speaker will discuss these topics in the context of plan making and development assessment, drawing on examples from his own experience. The speaker will discuss lessons from the past and emerging trends, from within the local context and from interstate and overseas.

  • Tuesday 5 May 2015
    Understanding art, architecture and urban design – and how it relates to planning (Townsville)
    Location: Townsville

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will look at the place of art, architecture and urban design in town planning. The speaker will discuss these topics in the context of plan making and development assessment, drawing on examples from his own experience. The speaker will discuss lessons from the past and emerging trends, from within the local context and from interstate and overseas.

  • Tuesday 5 May 2015
    Understanding art, architecture and urban design – and how it relates to planning (Cairns)
    Location: Cairns

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will look at the place of art, architecture and urban design in town planning. The speaker will discuss these topics in the context of plan making and development assessment, drawing on examples from his own experience. The speaker will discuss lessons from the past and emerging trends, from within the local context and from interstate and overseas.

  • Tuesday 5 May 2015
    Understanding art, architecture and urban design – and how it relates to planning (Toowoomba)
    Location: Toowoomba

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will look at the place of art, architecture and urban design in town planning. The speaker will discuss these topics in the context of plan making and development assessment, drawing on examples from his own experience. The speaker will discuss lessons from the past and emerging trends, from within the local context and from interstate and overseas.

  • Tuesday 5 May 2015
    Understanding art, architecture and urban design – and how it relates to planning (Gold Coast)
    Location: Gold Coast

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will look at the place of art, architecture and urban design in town planning. The speaker will discuss these topics in the context of plan making and development assessment, drawing on examples from his own experience. The speaker will discuss lessons from the past and emerging trends, from within the local context and from interstate and overseas.

  • Tuesday 2 June 2015
    Engaging the community at the plan making and DA stages
    Location: Brisbane

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with methods for effective community consultation, involvement and participation. Involving the community in the drafting of planning instruments (whether at the State or local government levels) is important in terms of ownership, understanding and acceptance of the resulting documents. The community is also a critical participant in the development assessment process and ensuring that the community is informed and heard is important to the ultimate success of development. The speaker will discuss the positives and negatives of consulting in the DA process, in what situations to consult and at what stage to consult.

  • Tuesday 2 June 2015
    Engaging the community at the plan making and DA stages (Mackay)
    Location: Mackay

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with methods for effective community consultation, involvement and participation. Involving the community in the drafting of planning instruments (whether at the State or local government levels) is important in terms of ownership, understanding and acceptance of the resulting documents. The community is also a critical participant in the development assessment process and ensuring that the community is informed and heard is important to the ultimate success of development. The speaker will discuss the positives and negatives of consulting in the DA process, in what situations to consult and at what stage to consult.

  • Tuesday 2 June 2015
    Engaging the community at the plan making and DA stages (Townsville)
    Location: Townsville

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with methods for effective community consultation, involvement and participation. Involving the community in the drafting of planning instruments (whether at the State or local government levels) is important in terms of ownership, understanding and acceptance of the resulting documents. The community is also a critical participant in the development assessment process and ensuring that the community is informed and heard is important to the ultimate success of development. The speaker will discuss the positives and negatives of consulting in the DA process, in what situations to consult and at what stage to consult.

  • Tuesday 2 June 2015
    Engaging the community at the plan making and DA stages (Cairns)
    Location: Cairns

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with methods for effective community consultation, involvement and participation. Involving the community in the drafting of planning instruments (whether at the State or local government levels) is important in terms of ownership, understanding and acceptance of the resulting documents. The community is also a critical participant in the development assessment process and ensuring that the community is informed and heard is important to the ultimate success of development. The speaker will discuss the positives and negatives of consulting in the DA process, in what situations to consult and at what stage to consult.

  • Tuesday 2 June 2015
    Engaging the community at the plan making and DA stages (Toowoomba)
    Location: Toowoomba

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with methods for effective community consultation, involvement and participation. Involving the community in the drafting of planning instruments (whether at the State or local government levels) is important in terms of ownership, understanding and acceptance of the resulting documents. The community is also a critical participant in the development assessment process and ensuring that the community is informed and heard is important to the ultimate success of development. The speaker will discuss the positives and negatives of consulting in the DA process, in what situations to consult and at what stage to consult.

  • Tuesday 2 June 2015
    Engaging the community at the plan making and DA stages (Gold Coast)
    Location: Gold Coast

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with methods for effective community consultation, involvement and participation. Involving the community in the drafting of planning instruments (whether at the State or local government levels) is important in terms of ownership, understanding and acceptance of the resulting documents. The community is also a critical participant in the development assessment process and ensuring that the community is informed and heard is important to the ultimate success of development. The speaker will discuss the positives and negatives of consulting in the DA process, in what situations to consult and at what stage to consult.

  • Wednesday 3 June 2015
    Emerging Leaders Series Topic 2 - Feeling Conflicted?
    Location: Perth

    The primary focus of this series is to develop the skills of planners with up to 5 years experience. This series will also assist individuals looking to further develop their knowledge of planning and assist non-planning practitioners who collaborate with planning professionals.

    Each session is limited to 20 places to allow a more interactive learning environment.

  • Thursday 4 June 2015
    PLANET 2015 - Effective Strategic Planning - June
    Location: Melbourne, VIC

    This course provides a straightforward outline of the steps and skills needed for strategic planning, the keys to success and the common failings of strategic plans, and builds on participants' skills and knowledge.

    Venue: CAE, Flinders Lane, Melbourne

  • Thursday 11 June 2015
    PLANET 2015 - Essential Economics in Urban Planning
    Location: Melbourne, VIC

    Introduces participants to economic fundamentals that influence urban and regional development and examines the components of market assessments and net community benefit. Real-life examples are analysed and workshopped.

    Venue: CAE, Flinders Lane, Melbourne

  • Wednesday 17 June 2015
    PLANET 2015 - Delivering Urban Transformation: strengthening the city heart
    Location: Level 3, 550 Bourke St, Melbourne, VIC

    This course examines established and emerging methods including ‘place management’, proactive brokering, integrated governance and coordination structures, along with cross-sectoral and trans-disciplinary approaches. It identifies factors influencing private investment decisions and the purposes of public policy guidance, with recognition of their mutual inter-dependency.

    Venue: Deakin University, Bourke St, Melbourne

  • Thursday 18 June 2015
    PLANET 2015 - Assessing neighbourhood character - June
    Location: Melbourne, VIC

    Clarifies the concept of neighbourhood character and provides a simple framework by which planners can understand the basic neighbourhood character typologies. Essential for application assessments.

    Venue: The Metropole Hotel and Conference Centre, Fitzroy

  • 22 June 2015
    Effective Communication, Mediation & Negotiation |Melbourne
    Location: Level 11/452 Flinders Street, Melbourne

    What planners do most is talk and interact; it is through communicative practice that they influence action. Communicative planning requires a new concept of information and how it influences action - namely, a concept of communicative rationality, supplementing instrumental rationality.

  • Tuesday 23 June 2015
    PLANET 2015 - GIS Level 1 - Basic GIS mapping - June
    Location: Melbourne, VIC

    Geographic Information Systems:

    The GIS courses are practical computer-based courses for planners designed to make mapping easy by using free software and data. Whilst the courses are practical and use free software and data, they have been designed so that learnings can be applied to any mapping software. Demonstrations during the courses are conducted with ESRI arcGIS, Google Maps and an open source software called MapWindow. Summary "cheat sheets" for this software and for MapInfo are provided.

    Venue: University of Melbourne

  • Wednesday 24 June 2015
    PLANET 2015 - GIS Level 2 - Data analysis & cartography - June
    Location: Melbourne, VIC

    This hands-on course advances participants GIS knowledge of practical applications including 'sheds analysis', 'visualisation', cartography and statistical analysis. This course teaches how to develop professional maps and graphical representations of complex concepts that are accessible to stakeholders.

    Notes:
    The pre-requisite for this course is completion of the Level 1 - Basic GIS mapping course or having knowledge in mapping areas including data formats, mapping software and coordinate system. Other related GIS course: Census for Beginners: from getting the data to using it in planning.

    Venue: University of Melbourne

  • Thursday 25 June 2015
    PLANET 2015 - GIS - Census for beginners: from getting the data to using it in planning - June
    Location: Melbourne, VIC

    This course introduces participants to data from the latest Census 2011 and covers what is the census data, where can it be found, and how the data can be used with computer tools such as Excel.

    Venue: University of Melbourne

  • Friday 26 June 2015
    PLANET 2015 - Plan reading skills
    Location: Melbourne, VIC

    Covers the fundamentals required to read and understand architectural plans and drawings. It will assist officers in comprehending the terminology and details of drawing and includes practical workshops.

    Venue: CAE, Flinders Lane, Melbourne

  • Tuesday 7 July 2015
    Understanding demographics – the building blocks for planning and development
    Location: Brisbane

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with a basic, yet important, component of all plan making and development assessment – understanding the market, who comprises the market, their gender, their age, their ethnicity, their employment status, their home ownership status and their mobility. This seminar is about finding this information, updating this information, using this information, understanding this information and analysing this information in the context of planning and development.

  • Tuesday 7 July 2015
    Understanding demographics – the building blocks for planning and development (Mackay)
    Location: Mackay

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with a basic, yet important, component of all plan making and development assessment – understanding the market, who comprises the market, their gender, their age, their ethnicity, their employment status, their home ownership status and their mobility. This seminar is about finding this information, updating this information, using this information, understanding this information and analysing this information in the context of planning and development.

  • Tuesday 7 July 2015
    Understanding demographics – the building blocks for planning and development (Townsville)
    Location: Townsville

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with a basic, yet important, component of all plan making and development assessment – understanding the market, who comprises the market, their gender, their age, their ethnicity, their employment status, their home ownership status and their mobility. This seminar is about finding this information, updating this information, using this information, understanding this information and analysing this information in the context of planning and development.

  • Tuesday 7 July 2015
    Understanding demographics – the building blocks for planning and development (Cairns)
    Location: Cairns

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with a basic, yet important, component of all plan making and development assessment – understanding the market, who comprises the market, their gender, their age, their ethnicity, their employment status, their home ownership status and their mobility. This seminar is about finding this information, updating this information, using this information, understanding this information and analysing this information in the context of planning and development.

  • Tuesday 7 July 2015
    Understanding demographics – the building blocks for planning and development (Toowoomba)
    Location: Toowoomba

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with a basic, yet important, component of all plan making and development assessment – understanding the market, who comprises the market, their gender, their age, their ethnicity, their employment status, their home ownership status and their mobility. This seminar is about finding this information, updating this information, using this information, understanding this information and analysing this information in the context of planning and development.

  • Tuesday 7 July 2015
    Understanding demographics – the building blocks for planning and development (Gold Coast)
    Location: Gold Coast

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with a basic, yet important, component of all plan making and development assessment – understanding the market, who comprises the market, their gender, their age, their ethnicity, their employment status, their home ownership status and their mobility. This seminar is about finding this information, updating this information, using this information, understanding this information and analysing this information in the context of planning and development.

  • Wednesday 29 July 2015
    PLANET 2015 - Landscape design and assessment
    Location: Melbourne, VIC

    Provision of effective landscaping is a major consideration in urban development. Planners will gain an understanding of the role of landscape architecture in design, and the aesthetic and ESD benefits of effective design and plant selection.

    Venue: CAE, Flinders Lane, Melbourne

  • Tuesday 4 August 2015
    Resolving conflict, without going to court
    Location: Brisbane

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the various mechanisms for conflict resolution, without resorting to the court process. The seminar will look at alternatives such as mediation, negotiation, arbitration and expert determination. The potential for conflict is present in all aspects of planning, from consultation about planning instruments to consultation about development applications. The ability to resolve or reduce conflict is a necessary skill.

  • Tuesday 4 August 2015
    Resolving conflict, without going to court (Mackay)
    Location: Mackay

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the various mechanisms for conflict resolution, without resorting to the court process. The seminar will look at alternatives such as mediation, negotiation, arbitration and expert determination. The potential for conflict is present in all aspects of planning, from consultation about planning instruments to consultation about development applications. The ability to resolve or reduce conflict is a necessary skill.

  • Tuesday 4 August 2015
    Resolving conflict, without going to court (Townsville)
    Location: Townsville

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the various mechanisms for conflict resolution, without resorting to the court process. The seminar will look at alternatives such as mediation, negotiation, arbitration and expert determination. The potential for conflict is present in all aspects of planning, from consultation about planning instruments to consultation about development applications. The ability to resolve or reduce conflict is a necessary skill.

  • Tuesday 4 August 2015
    Resolving conflict, without going to court (Cairns)
    Location: Cairns

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the various mechanisms for conflict resolution, without resorting to the court process. The seminar will look at alternatives such as mediation, negotiation, arbitration and expert determination. The potential for conflict is present in all aspects of planning, from consultation about planning instruments to consultation about development applications. The ability to resolve or reduce conflict is a necessary skill.

  • Tuesday 4 August 2015
    Resolving conflict, without going to court (Toowoomba)
    Location: Toowoomba

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the various mechanisms for conflict resolution, without resorting to the court process. The seminar will look at alternatives such as mediation, negotiation, arbitration and expert determination. The potential for conflict is present in all aspects of planning, from consultation about planning instruments to consultation about development applications. The ability to resolve or reduce conflict is a necessary skill.

  • Tuesday 4 August 2015
    Resolving conflict, without going to court (Gold Coast)
    Location: Gold Coast

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the various mechanisms for conflict resolution, without resorting to the court process. The seminar will look at alternatives such as mediation, negotiation, arbitration and expert determination. The potential for conflict is present in all aspects of planning, from consultation about planning instruments to consultation about development applications. The ability to resolve or reduce conflict is a necessary skill.

  • Tuesday 11 August 2015
    PLANET 2015 - Planning law essentials - August
    Location: Melbourne, VIC

    Provides a broad overview of the essentials of planning law under the Planning and Environment Act 1987 - how to interpret a planning scheme, the difference between use and development, existing use rights and amending a planning scheme.

    Venue: Maddocks Lawyers, William St, Melbourne

  • Tuesday 1 September 2015
    Drafting approvals and conditions that will stand the test of time, lawyers and other tribulations
    Location: Brisbane

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the legal and practical rules about drafting approvals and conditions that are lawful, final, certain and able to be implemented. The consequences of poorly drafted approvals and conditions are many – including delays to development, the cost of making permissible changes, and the inability to enforce compliance with development approvals.

  • Tuesday 1 September 2015
    Drafting approvals and conditions that will stand the test of time, lawyers and other tribulations (Mackay)
    Location: Mackay

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the legal and practical rules about drafting approvals and conditions that are lawful, final, certain and able to be implemented. The consequences of poorly drafted approvals and conditions are many – including delays to development, the cost of making permissible changes, and the inability to enforce compliance with development approvals.

  • Tuesday 1 September 2015
    Drafting approvals and conditions that will stand the test of time, lawyers and other tribulations (Townsville)
    Location: Townsville

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the legal and practical rules about drafting approvals and conditions that are lawful, final, certain and able to be implemented. The consequences of poorly drafted approvals and conditions are many – including delays to development, the cost of making permissible changes, and the inability to enforce compliance with development approvals.

  • Tuesday 1 September 2015
    Drafting approvals and conditions that will stand the test of time, lawyers and other tribulations (Cairns)
    Location: Cairns

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the legal and practical rules about drafting approvals and conditions that are lawful, final, certain and able to be implemented. The consequences of poorly drafted approvals and conditions are many – including delays to development, the cost of making permissible changes, and the inability to enforce compliance with development approvals.

  • Tuesday 1 September 2015
    Drafting approvals and conditions that will stand the test of time, lawyers and other tribulations (Toowoomba)
    Location: Toowoomba

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the legal and practical rules about drafting approvals and conditions that are lawful, final, certain and able to be implemented. The consequences of poorly drafted approvals and conditions are many – including delays to development, the cost of making permissible changes, and the inability to enforce compliance with development approvals.

  • Tuesday 1 September 2015
    Drafting approvals and conditions that will stand the test of time, lawyers and other tribulations (Gold Coast)
    Location: Gold Coast

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the legal and practical rules about drafting approvals and conditions that are lawful, final, certain and able to be implemented. The consequences of poorly drafted approvals and conditions are many – including delays to development, the cost of making permissible changes, and the inability to enforce compliance with development approvals.

  • Tuesday 15 September 2015
    PLANET 2015 - Achieving Green Heritage
    Location: Melbourne, VIC

    Investigates current directions in planning and building codes to improve energy efficiency for heritage places, and covers issues of heritage significance and sustainability.

    Venue: CAE, Flinders Lane, Melbourne

  • Thursday 17 September 2015
    PLANET 2015 - Existing use rights
    Location: Melbourne, VIC

    Existing use rights are an integral component of planning law. This course examines the nature of these rights, and how they are established, protected, regulated or lost.

    Venue: Maddocks Lawyers, William St, Melbourne

  • Wednesday 23 September 2015
    Emerging Leaders Series Topic 3 - Case Study Analysis
    Location: Perth

    The primary focus of this series is to develop the skills of planners with up to 5 years experience. This series will also assist individuals looking to further develop their knowledge of planning and assist non-planning practitioners who collaborate with planning professionals.

    Each session is limited to 20 places to allow a more interactive learning environment.

  • 6 - 8 November 2013
  • 24 - 26 September 2014
  • Tuesday 6 October 2015
    PLANET 2015 - Developing Policy and Controls - October
    Location: Melbourne, VIC

    So the strategic plan is complete. Now find out how to take the Municipal Strategic Statement forward into policy and controls in the Planning Scheme. Learn the significance of the State Planning Policy Framework in decision-making.

    Venue: CAE, 253 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

  • Wednesday 7 October 2015
    Writing reports – with clarity, comprehension and brevity
    Location: Brisbane

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the techniques for producing a well written, persuasive report. The speaker will cover general skills of report writing, and also those skills that are unique to writing both development application reports, and reports for Council. The writer will provide examples of good and poor report writing and provide the audience with a checklist of the "dos" and "don'ts" of report writing.

  • Wednesday 7 October 2015
    Writing reports – with clarity, comprehension and brevity (Mackay)
    Location: Mackay

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the techniques for producing a well written, persuasive report. The speaker will cover general skills of report writing, and also those skills that are unique to writing both development application reports, and reports for Council. The writer will provide examples of good and poor report writing and provide the audience with a checklist of the "dos" and "don'ts" of report writing.

  • Wednesday 7 October 2015
    Writing reports – with clarity, comprehension and brevity (Townsville)
    Location: Townsville

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the techniques for producing a well written, persuasive report. The speaker will cover general skills of report writing, and also those skills that are unique to writing both development application reports, and reports for Council. The writer will provide examples of good and poor report writing and provide the audience with a checklist of the "dos" and "don'ts" of report writing.

  • Wednesday 7 October 2015
    Writing reports – with clarity, comprehension and brevity (Cairns)
    Location: Cairns

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the techniques for producing a well written, persuasive report. The speaker will cover general skills of report writing, and also those skills that are unique to writing both development application reports, and reports for Council. The writer will provide examples of good and poor report writing and provide the audience with a checklist of the "dos" and "don'ts" of report writing.

  • Wednesday 7 October 2015
    Writing reports – with clarity, comprehension and brevity (Toowoomba)
    Location: Toowoomba

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the techniques for producing a well written, persuasive report. The speaker will cover general skills of report writing, and also those skills that are unique to writing both development application reports, and reports for Council. The writer will provide examples of good and poor report writing and provide the audience with a checklist of the "dos" and "don'ts" of report writing.

  • Wednesday 7 October 2015
    Writing reports – with clarity, comprehension and brevity (Gold Coast)
    Location: Gold Coast

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the techniques for producing a well written, persuasive report. The speaker will cover general skills of report writing, and also those skills that are unique to writing both development application reports, and reports for Council. The writer will provide examples of good and poor report writing and provide the audience with a checklist of the "dos" and "don'ts" of report writing.

  • Thursday 22 October 2015
    PLANET 2015 - Assessing neighbourhood character - October
    Location: Melbourne, VIC

    Clarifies the concept of neighbourhood character and provides a simple framework by which planners can understand the basic neighbourhood character typologies. Essential for application assessments.

    Venue: The Metropole Hotel and Conference Centre, Fitzroy

  • Wednesday 4 November 2015
    Understanding the fundamentals of property development – to better plan development
    Location: Brisbane

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the fundamentals of development and in so doing will provide insight into matters relevant when drafting planning instruments and advising about the development application process. The speaker will discuss issues around site selection, matters relevant to site analysis, determining the financial feasibility of a project ("does it stack up") and the other multitude of matters that see a project either succeed or fail.

  • Wednesday 4 November 2015
    Understanding the fundamentals of property development – to better plan development (Mackay)
    Location: Mackay

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the fundamentals of development and in so doing will provide insight into matters relevant when drafting planning instruments and advising about the development application process. The speaker will discuss issues around site selection, matters relevant to site analysis, determining the financial feasibility of a project ("does it stack up") and the other multitude of matters that see a project either succeed or fail.

  • Wednesday 4 November 2015
    Understanding the fundamentals of property development – to better plan development (Townsville)
    Location: Townsville

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the fundamentals of development and in so doing will provide insight into matters relevant when drafting planning instruments and advising about the development application process. The speaker will discuss issues around site selection, matters relevant to site analysis, determining the financial feasibility of a project ("does it stack up") and the other multitude of matters that see a project either succeed or fail.

  • Wednesday 4 November 2015
    Understanding the fundamentals of property development – to better plan development (Cairns)
    Location: Cairns

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the fundamentals of development and in so doing will provide insight into matters relevant when drafting planning instruments and advising about the development application process. The speaker will discuss issues around site selection, matters relevant to site analysis, determining the financial feasibility of a project ("does it stack up") and the other multitude of matters that see a project either succeed or fail.

  • Wednesday 4 November 2015
    Understanding the fundamentals of property development – to better plan development (Toowoomba)
    Location: Toowoomba

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the fundamentals of development and in so doing will provide insight into matters relevant when drafting planning instruments and advising about the development application process. The speaker will discuss issues around site selection, matters relevant to site analysis, determining the financial feasibility of a project ("does it stack up") and the other multitude of matters that see a project either succeed or fail.

  • Wednesday 4 November 2015
    Understanding the fundamentals of property development – to better plan development (Gold Coast)
    Location: Gold Coast

    CORE SKILLS IN PLANNING SEMINAR SERIES 2015

    The seminar will deal with the fundamentals of development and in so doing will provide insight into matters relevant when drafting planning instruments and advising about the development application process. The speaker will discuss issues around site selection, matters relevant to site analysis, determining the financial feasibility of a project ("does it stack up") and the other multitude of matters that see a project either succeed or fail.

  • Thursday 19 November 2015
    PLANET 2015 - Planning law essentials - November
    Location: Melbourne, VIC

    Provides a broad overview of the essentials of planning law under the Planning and Environment Act 1987 - how to interpret a planning scheme, the difference between use and development, existing use rights and amending a planning scheme.

    Venue: Maddocks Lawyers, William St, Melbourne

  • Wednesday 25 November 2015
    Emerging Leaders Series Topic 4 - Community Consultation and Engagement - Third Party Rights
    Location: Perth

    The primary focus of this series is to develop the skills of planners with up to 5 years experience. This series will also assist individuals looking to further develop their knowledge of planning and assist non-planning practitioners who collaborate with planning professionals.

    Each session is limited to 20 places to allow a more interactive learning environment.

  • 2015
    Tasmanian Planner Non Member Subscription
    Location: Statewide

    Subscribe to Tasmanian Planner, the only printed publication in Tasmania aimed specifically at planners. This publication features articles and the latest news on planning issues and events and includes a regular column from the Minister for Planning. Tasmanian Planner is a forum for planners and others related to the profession to express their views, share ideas with others and to keep up to date on a variety of topics.

  • Any Date
    Urban Design Fora Summaries 2012-14: then, now, next
    Location: Perth

    A short book of snapshots on topical planning and design issues from the Urban Design Chapter’s Forums 2012-2014. The book touches on the history of design in WA, the rise of Liveable Neighbourhoods, the emergence of placemaking as a design endeavour, and speculations of future directions.

  • March 2014
    2014 Planning Congress Papers
    Location: Sydney

    Congress 2014 was an exciting and innovative experience where planners, decision makers and urban stakeholders connect with each other to explore new ideas, tools, techniques and technologies that have the capability to improve how we plan and deliver the planning outcomes we are seeking to achieve.

  • 2001-2013
    Planning Congress Presentations
    Location: Australia wide

    PIA Planning Congress is held annual through out Australia

    View the presentations from 2011 to 2013.

  • Online
    Planning a clean energy future
    Location: Australia wide

    The Planning a clean energy future website, has been developed by PIA as part of a federally funded Clean Energy Future Advocacy through Planners project.

    www.planningacleanenergyfuture.org.au

  • Online
    Planning Matters online video presentation
    Location: Australia wide

    On 25th March the video was presented. Planning Matters - 2013 PIA National Congress - Canberra.

    Watch the video on YouTube.

  • Online
    Post Disaster Planning in Flood Affected Communities
    Location: Australia wide

    The Post Disaster Planning Program is about better preparing remote area planners for natural disaster events. The initiative aims to create a system that gives planners in the regions better access to valuable knowledge for disaster mitigation, preparedness and response.

    Visit AEMI today