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  • On-Demand | Place Creation Webinar

    On-Demand | Place Creation Webinar

    Professional Development

    Register now to watch this on-demand Place Creation webinar, our first Virtual Professional Development Webinar focusing on the essentials of Place Creation. Attendees will hear from industry speakers who will share their knowledge and experience. Attendees will gain an understanding of the theory of placemaking and successful place creation, as well as reasons why placemaking needs to be on the agenda for any development. Attendees will also gain insight into the social and economic benefits that can be achieved.

  • The Future of Property Webinar

    The Future of Property Webinar

    | 9:30 am - 11:30 am Professional Development

    Join us for our next Virtual Professional Development Webinar as we discuss the Future of Property Development. Attendees will gain an insight into how the property development industry may evolve given the technological and social changes which are occurring. Commercial, retail and industrial will be considered, as well as how we are transforming the way we live by rightsizing instead of downsizing in residential developments. Speakers will also discuss the challenges ahead and the impact COVID-19 has had on residential buyers’ attitudes and the change in land use, as well as the need for more flexibility in planning provisions.

    Find Out more RSVP 28 August
  • Planning, Productivity & The PDU | UDIA TV: Signature Series with Kiersten Fishburn & Brett Newman

    Planning, Productivity & The PDU | UDIA TV: Signature Series with Kiersten Fishburn & Brett Newman

    | 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm UDIA TV: The Signature Series

    Following the Planning Minister’s announcement of the Planning Delivery Unit (PDU) as a new one-stop-shop to unclog the planning system, join us to hear from Kiersten Fishburn, the new Coordinator General PDU, and Brett Newman, CEO of City of Parramatta Council. Kiersten will first provide a briefing on her role to increase productivity and reduce approval times by streamlining concurrence and referrals. Brett will then share his perspectives, as the CEO of the Council at the heart of the Central City, on how collaboration is accelerating the pipeline of projects needed to create Liveable, Affordable & Connected Cities.

    Find Out more RSVP 2 September
  • Delivering the Western Parkland City | UDIA TV: Signature Series with Andrew Jackson and Tim Poole

    Delivering the Western Parkland City | UDIA TV: Signature Series with Andrew Jackson and Tim Poole

    | 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm UDIA TV: The Signature Series

    With the finalisation of the Aerotropolis SEPP imminent as part of the Planning System Acceleration Program, and the Western Parkland City Authority (WPCA) announced as the lead agency tasked with delivering the Western Parkland City, join us to hear from Andrew Jackson, Director of the Western Sydney Planning Partnership (WSPP) and Tim Poole, Chief Operating Officer of the Western Parkland City Authority (formerly WCAA). Andrew and Tim will give a briefing on their roles to deliver the Western Parkland City, as a critical key for the continuing success of Sydney as a globally competitive city. Each speaker will outline the current areas of focus for their organisation and how industry can work effectively and collaboratively with both agencies to develop a world class Western Parkland City.

    Find Out more RSVP 16 September
  • Redefining School Infrastructure | UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

    Redefining School Infrastructure | UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

    | 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm UDIA TV: The Developers Voice

    With the current scale of school building across NSW at unprecedented levels, join us to hear from Kathy Jones and Stuart Suthern-Brunt of School Infrastructure NSW. Kathy and Stuart will outline School Infrastructure NSW’s Delivery Strategy and Developer Led Proposals to include school infrastructure provisions within developer generated rezonings, to ensure land is earmarked for school infrastructure in the same way corridor protection is undertaken for utilities and transport infrastructure. Kathy and Stuart will share their insights on the new approach by School Infrastructure NSW to collaborate with the private sector to release capital in different ways for the benefit of the NSW education system, as well as international learnings from the UK, to create value for the community.

    Find Out more RSVP 23 September