Program – Friday

FRIDAY 11 MAY
0830 – 1030 Opening Plenary Day 2
0830 – 0845 Master of Ceremonies – Welcome Day 2 – Karen Tighe
0845 – 0855 Phoebe Harrison MPIA – National Young Planner Director
0855 – 0900 Anthony Albanese MP – Shadow Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development (video presentation)
0900 – 0920 Hon Peter Tinley AM MLA – WA Minister for Housing; Veterans Issues
0920 – 1030
Keynote Speaker – Leyla Acaroglu – Design disruptor, creative boundary pusher, and cultural provocateur

Designing the Future Now
How do the things we create in turn create us? What type of systems-wide interventions can we design to dramatically improve the liveability and sustainability of our cities and social communities?
In this activating talk, Dr. Leyla Acaroglu will share how to positively disrupt the status quo by design and introduce a systems level perspective to achieve creative change.

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1030 – 1100 MORNING TEA
1100 – 1230 Concurrent One Concurrent Two Concurrent Three Concurrent Four Concurrent Five RAC Intellibus
Room Plenary (Riverside Theatre) River View Room 5 Meeting Room 6 Meeting Room 7 Meeting Room 8 1100-1200
1300-1400
1400-1500

* Please be at departure area near reception 15 minutes prior to departure.
** Intellibus waiver MUST be completed prior to tour.
*** See staff at registration desk to register
18 Minute Sessions
Gen – F(uture)
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SHoTS – 45 mins

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90 Minute Interactive

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18 Minute Sessions
Regions on the Frontier

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90 Minute Interactive

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1100 – 1118 What does ‘Drone Disruption’ mean for planning?

Kathryn Doyle PIA (Assoc.), Qualifications in Architecture and Urban and Regional Planning Curtin University
YP Connect Speaker
1100 – 1145
Making plans that work – Practicing the forgotten arts of planning

Mike Fisher MPIA, Urbantacticians
Main Street Motivator – planning tips and design tools to make lively, interesting and successful main streets and town centres

Open Space Planning in a Regional Context: 8000 square kilometres, 400 Reserves, 220 kilometres of Riverfront, 68 toilet blocks and 2 Development Assessment planners!
Joel Taggart MPIA, Mid Murray Council, SA
Tips and practical tools for undertaking effective community engagement on a shoestring budget
Jo Cannington PIA (Assoc.), Social Fabric Planning
1118 – 1136
Keeping Austin Weird: The crossroad between existing culture and a growing city
Chris O’Connor MPIA, UrbanPulse, Texas USA

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Fire on the Front Range: A comparative study of fire exposed communities in Colorado and Queensland

Laura Gannon MPIA , Meridan Urban
1136 – 1154
The @insta_city
Tiffany Lacey, San Francisco Shipyard
1145 – 1230
Application of a Health Impact Planning Support System to assist in the design, planning and creation of healthy liveable communities

Paula Hooper, University of Western Australia
Claire Boulange, RMIT University
Live Work Latrobe

1154 – 1212 How can urban design create a viable and liveable off-world city? A city on Mars

YP Connect Speaker
Planning Australia’s most liveable regional city
Ryan Hall MPIA, City of Karratha
1212 – 1230
Families and apartments – ingredients for success
Amanda Shipton MPIA, Department of Communities
Planning in Paradise: Planning Issues and Reform in Mauritius

Belinda Moharich MPIA, Moharich & More
1230 – 1330 LUNCH
1330 – 1500 Concurrent One Concurrent Two Concurrent Three Concurrent Four Concurrent Five
Room Plenary (Riverside Theatre) River View Room 5 Meeting Room 6 Meeting Room 7 Meeting Room 8
18 Minute Sessions
New Frontiers for Fairness

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SHoTS – 45 mins

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90 Minute Interactive

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18 Minute Sessions
Great Places – Pushing Frontiers

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SHoTS – 45 mins

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1330 – 1348 Small is the New Big. Challenging existing paradigms on the provision of Affordable Housing and giving people a fresh context for their ability to simultaneously help themselves and others

Ian Ugarte, Small Is The New Big

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1330 – 1415

Complete Streets: Beyond the Plan

Sam George MPIA, Sama Design
Transparent Planning Workshop: An Approach to Delivering Real Community Outcomes

Lee Einsweiler, Code Studio (Texas USA)

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David Cooke MPIA, City Collective
Planning First: Land Use is Shaping Adelaide’s Future Light Rail Network
Brad McCormack MPIA, Infraplan SA
YP Connect Speaker
1330 – 1415
Ever wanted to know more about PIA’s National Policy and Advocacy activities but couldn’t figure where to begin?

Rolf Ferner RPIA (Fellow), Planning Institute Australia
John Brockhoff MPIA, Planning Institute Australia
1348 – 1406 Planning and Islam: When two ‘ideologies’ collide

Colleen Peterson MPIA, Ratio Consultants
Applying Design-led Planning to Cultural Precinct Development

Geoff Warn, Office of the Government Architect WA
1406 – 1424
Gender and the City: Places for Everyone
Rebecca Egan PIA (Assoc.), Curtin University
YP Connect Speaker
1415 – 1500

How can we work today with residents in creating community consensus for change tomorrow… what is the sustainable NIMBY vaccine ?

James Best, FuturePlexus
Integrating Intelligent Communities and Smart City approaches to building a strong community

Cate Hart MPIA (Fellow), City of Prospect
1424 – 1442 Delivering housing diversity through local government housing strategies

Michelle Mackenzie, Shelter WA
The West Melbourne Structure Plan – towards a design led approach

Adam Mills, City of Melbourne
Adelise Pearson, City of Melbourne
1442 – 1500 A Fair City for All

Greg Vann LFPIA CPP, Ethos Urban

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A Little Place, For A Little While: A New Model For Early Delivery Of Community Infrastructure In Greenfields

Bridie Ritchie, Sprout Ventures
1500 – 1530 AFTERNOON TEA
1530 – 1645 Keynote Session
1530 – 1630 Back to the Future – Towards Smarter Cities, Industries & Precincts 

Julian Coyne, Chair WA Council, Australian Information Industry Association and Managing Director Unified
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1630 – 1645 Announcement 2019 Congress #PIACongress19
David Williams, PIA CEO
1645 – 1715 Congress Close – Master of Ceremonies – Karen Tighe
1845 – 0000 Congress Gala Dinner – Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre – Bellevue Ballroom

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0000 – 0200 Late Night Drinks