⇒ Understand the theory of placemaking and successful place creation
⇒ Understand reasons why urban design and placemaking needs to be on the agenda for any development
⇒ Identify the practical steps for when and how to apply place thinking
⇒ Having insight into the social and economic benefits that can be achieved
⇒ Identifying regional and international best practice examples of creating value through place and urban design
Who Should Attend?
Everyone who seeks to deliver a quality urban outcome through development is encouraged to attend this course. This includes development managers, asset owners, town planners, architects, urban designers, landscape professionals, quantity surveyors, project managers, financiers, marketers and other industry professionals, whether working in the private sector or local government.
Attendees will gain an understanding of the theory of placemaking and successful place creation and 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.
Group Discount – Member Only Offer
Register four or more people to attend the full four-day course and receive a 10% discount. All registrations must be received by UDIA NSW at the same time.
The course is facilitated by Kevin Alker, founder of KAPS Property Consulting. Kevin has more than 30 years experience in the property industry, is a lecturer in masterplanned estates at UNSW and has held a number of senior positions in both the public and private sector. He is proficient in all aspects of property development.
Unique Learning Environment
Through applied knowledge, relevant and timely information the provision of practical examples, attendees are able to immediately apply what they learn in the classroom back in the office. Attendees are also given a unique opportunity to network with fellow attendees and guest presenters through our small group structure and networking group lunch.
If this course is relevant to your immediate or long term training needs you can claim CPD points. Please note that UDIA NSW does not award CPD points. Please contact your relevant association or certifying body to confirm how many CPD points this selected course would be awarded prior to registering.