HillPDA’s Leslie Stein, Senior Advisor – Governance and Policy, is soon to release his book on Comparative Urban Land Use Planning, Best Practice published by Sydney University Press. In his book, Leslie took on the massive task of analysing and comparing the planning systems of 80 countries. “By comparing the advantages and pitfalls of different urban planning approaches, and considering their underlying ideologies and assumptions, he proposes a more thoughtful and evidence-based
The digital retail revolution is here, and Australian retailers who stick to the old ways of doing things will be left behind. ANETA RAMOS, Bachelors of Psyc (Hons) and Commerce (Economics), HPRA, and Consultant in our Retail Economics team provides a taste of what is to come in the June 2017 issue of the API’s Australia and New Zealand Property Journal. Article: The Future of Retail
The UTS Martin Hill Property Development Feasibility Prize is sponsored by HillPDA with the aim of the award to encourage academic excellence in the Master of Property Development with an emphasis on development feasibility analysis. The award is given to the student who obtains a mark that is within the top 5% of all students undertaking the Development, Feasibility and Valuation course and is then judged via an interview with Martin Hill and
When I drove down from Denver to Pueblo, Colorado, I was expecting to see a well-ordered city. The town had a beautifully crafted, evidence based, strategic plan – one of the best I’ve come across. Instead, I confronted a dismal, depressing wasteland, with glaring poverty, homelessness, and gangs on street corners. What went wrong? It was clear to me in the case of Pueblo and numerous cities that empirical, evidence
HillPDA took time out to rally their support behind the Cancer Council’s Biggest Morning Tea. There was a delicious spread of food featuring a beautiful lemon curd pie baked by our very own Accounts Assistant, Catherine Harlett, all set within the blue and yellow Cancer Council theme. Money was raised, delicious food was eaten and time out was enjoyed with colleagues – all for a great cause – get involved!