In an interview with SMH, Sarah Hill discusses the Planning Institute of Australia’s outlook of the proposed planning act. In an extract from the article; “The institute (PIA), which represents planners in the public and private sectors, said exposure bills for new planning laws remained “overly complex”” Read the article here.
Sarah Hill, President PIA NSW Division, in her editorial message, talks about the recognition the White Paper gives to the passion for planning because it touches our everyday lives. Find here the full article. The ‘newplanner’ is published by the Planning Institute Australia, NSW Division.
On the 28th November, The NSW PlA Young Planners Committee organised a tour of Sydney’s Central Park led by Michael Goldrick, Development Director at Frasers Property. Located at the southern edge of the Sydney CBD, Central Park transforms the old Kent Brewery in Chippendale into an intelligent interplay of buildings and public spaces, and sets the benchmark for sustainable living on a global scale. Designed by a world-leading team of
In their latest research papers, The Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) reports call for greater emphasis on planning’s economic worth. The Value of Planning – looks at the need to develop a greater understanding of planning’s economic impact; and Fostering Growth: Understanding and Strengthening the Economic Benefits of Planning – looks at how to maximise planning value once the broad view approach suggested in The Value of Planning is implemented
HillPDA Consultants, announces the appointment of Tim Gavan as Principal of Property Economics and Advisory. The appointment of Tim Gavan further strengthens HillPDA’s position as one of Australia’s leading urban economic, planning and valuation consultancies. In announcing the appointment Sarah Hill, Director of HillPDA, said, “we are delighted to have Tim join our executive team. HillPDA’s strength lies in its ability to advise clients on the relationship between economics and