Sarah Hill has been appointed to the NSW Planning & Infrastructure Minister’s Building Professionals Board. The Board was established to improve the quality of building construction and subdivision in NSW by regulating and educating building and subdivision certifiers. The new Board will advise on the implementation of the reforms to the NSW planning system and ensure continuing high standards of competence by building certifiers.
The Melbourne office has relocated from its premises at 365 Little Collins Street to Level 1, 838 Collins Street, Docklands. The relocation is the result of strong growth experienced in the Melbourne office since its opening in January 2011. Feel free to drop by the new office, we welcome the opportunity for a catch-up and coffee.
Congratulations to the NSW Department of Planning and Infrastructure on receiving the 2013 NSW Award for Planning Excellence: Best Planning Ideas – Large Project for “Revitalising Newcastle”! This is a fantastic project, one that HillPDA has been very proud to have been a part of, and it was a great win for a very committed and well deserving Department team. After hosting the evening, Sarah Hill was personally thanked by
Sarah Hill was a panellist on Monday night’s official opening of UNSW Built Environment LuminoCity 2013. The panel discussion was chaired by Director of AGSU, Professor Alan Peters with the topic for discussion ‘How does Sydney simultaneously grow and preserve its status as one of the most liveable cities in the world? Other panelists include: National President of the Australian Institute of Architects, Mr Paul Berkemeier and State President of
Christina Livers, Consultant at HillPDA was recently selected as a panelist at the Parramatta Young Leaders Forum. Other panellists included; Lord Mayor of Parramatta City Council, Cr John Chedid, Honorary Professor of Urban Policy at the US Studies Centre, Professor Edward; Member for Lindsay, Fiona Scott MP and MatthewsFolbigg Lawyer, Clare Kerley. The event brought together over 100 young leaders and professionals to present their ideas on how to help