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Karen Lock
Sponsor Relationship Manager
Karen.lock@planning.org.au
02 6262 5933

 

Platinum Sponsors



Gold Sponsors

LandCorp is realising the potential of land for all Western Australians.Our role is unique. We operate Statewide to create large and small developments to meet current and future needs. We adopt an integrated approach and act commercially, providing a return to government for reinvestment.

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A key focus is growing WA in a planned and sustainable way, an approach which is embedded in regional town and city development, urban city revitalisation and strategic infrastructure development.

Social and environmental benefits are achieved by reducing reliance on cars, increasing social interaction at the local level and enhancing economic benefit such as increased local employment. Triple bottom line outcomes are crucial when planning and delivering all developments with an ultimate aim to support economic and employment growth and deliver tangible community benefit.

We encourage innovation in the property sector through our many innovative demonstration projects.

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The City of Perth is revitalising urban spaces into thriving new centres, with parks, public places and facilities that celebrate the city’s natural and built form. An unprecedented rate of change and expansion has transformed our riverside City and reinforces Perth’s position as a contemporary, cosmopolitan capital.

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Billions of dollars have been invested in major projects, from attractive world-class sporting and entertainment venues to a new museum. Perth is Western Australia’s Capital City, with its idyllic climate, enviable lifestyle, natural landscapes and multicultural heritage, Perth is an attractive place for people to work, live, visit and invest. There has never been a better time to experience the city of Perth.

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Silver Sponsors

The Western Australian Planning Commission takes a lead role in shaping the future of Western Australia in a sustainable manner through a whole-of-government approach integrated strategic and statutory land use planning, land development and infrastructure coordination. The Commission has statewide responsibility for urban, rural and regional land use planning and land development.

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The Commission’s role is prescribed in the Planning and Development Act 2005 and includes:

  • providing advice to the Minister for Planning , local government and others on land use planning, land development and infrastructure coordination;
  • preparing and keeping under review land use planning polices, schemes, strategies and plans;
  • planning for the coordinated provision of infrastructure;
  • acquiring, developing, maintaining and managing land assets reserved by the Commission under a region planning scheme or improvement scheme; and
  • regulating integrated land-use planning through land use and statutory planning controls and approvals.
  • Undertake research and develop planning methods and models related to land use planning and development.

There are 15 Commission Board members under the leadership of Chairman Eric Lumsden PSM.

www.dplh.wa.gov.au

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Barista Sponsor


Workshop and Session Sponsor

Healthy Active by Design – designing an active, healthier Australia Research shows that the way we design and build our communities can impact our health and wellbeing. Healthy living and physical activity can be supported through the design of our streets, parks and recreational facilities, as well as where we locate our homes and services such as schools, public transport and retail.

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The award winning Healthy Active by Design (HAbD) resource is the first online tool enabling planners, developers, urban designers, sport, recreation and health professionals to work together in designing locally inspired healthy, active communities.

The tool covers eight key design features and includes:

  • Case studies and examples to illustrate and inform planning decisions, the design of new developments, retrofitting (‘urban infill’) communities and infrastructure planning.
  • The latest academic evidence and practical advice on how to implement each design feature.
  • Quick links to relevant policies.
  • User friendly checklists, providing a list of strategies and ideas that urban planners, developers and designers can use when creating, preparing and assessing new or existing developments.

For more information and access to free tools and resources, visit the Healthy Active by Design website.

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YPConnect – The Place Making Challenge sponsor

LandCorp is realising the potential of land for all Western Australians.Our role is unique. We operate Statewide to create large and small developments to meet current and future needs. We adopt an integrated approach and act commercially, providing a return to government for reinvestment.

Read more

A key focus is growing WA in a planned and sustainable way, an approach which is embedded in regional town and city development, urban city revitalisation and strategic infrastructure development.

Social and environmental benefits are achieved by reducing reliance on cars, increasing social interaction at the local level and enhancing economic benefit such as increased local employment. Triple bottom line outcomes are crucial when planning and delivering all developments with an ultimate aim to support economic and employment growth and deliver tangible community benefit.

We encourage innovation in the property sector through our many innovative demonstration projects.

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National Awards for Planning Excellence

Category Sponsor

Lavan is an independent Western Australian law firm. We bring to our clients a specialised local knowledge, local networks and a first hand understanding of the Western Australian business community.As a full service law firm, Lavan can provide assistance for your projects from commencement to completion, addressing issues from property and planning to banking and finance, construction and contracts or litigation.

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Of specific interest to PIA’s members is Lavan’s Planning, Environment and Land Compensation team. The team has acted on numerous landmark projects, large scale developments and high profile litigation matters over the past 10 years and is one of the largest and most experienced private sector planning law teams in Western Australia. This means that Lavan’s team has the expertise, industry knowledge and contacts to advocate your interests, expedite the approval process and provide practical and commercial solutions to ensure your objectives and competitive deadlines are met.

www.lavan.com.au

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