What is Social Planning? Concepts, Methods, Examples, Q&A

Breakfast Seminar

The seminar provides a brief overview of the theory of social planning to provide the basis for social planning practices. There are three main types of social planning, this seminar focuses on the 'social impact assessment' methods for identifying and mitigating the impacts of development upon rural and remote communities. The first case study illustrates how Sense of Place can be integrated in planning schemes, and the second describes the impact of a resource development upon the community of Chillagoe.

Presenter: Dr Sharon Harwood Lecturer, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, James Cook University CPP MPIA

$15 Members

$20 Non-members

Light Catering with refreshments provided

RSVP by Friday 1st April
Refunds not available after this date


Tuesday 5th April 2011


Registrations 7.45am Seminar Start 8am Seminar Finish 9am

PD Points

1 points


Cairns Regional Council
Civic Reception Rooms
119-145 Spence St

Registrations Close

4th Apr 11

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