Founded by Dr. Benjamin Coorey, the Archistar Property Platform helps property professionals complete time-consuming property research, feasibility assessment and building design work within minutes using groundbreaking Artificial Intelligence.

The Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience (AIDR) develops, maintains and shares knowledge and learning to support a disaster resilient Australia.

The Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN) is a collaborative network of leading researchers and data providers across the academic, government, and commercial sectors.

Brisbane City Council

‘Dedicated to a better Brisbane’ is more than just a line in Council’s logo. It is our commitment to the people of Brisbane to ensure our city will always be a great place to live, work, visit and relax.


From the very beginning, Adelaide has been a city designed for the wellbeing of its people front of mind. Reflecting Colonel William Light’s genius of place and plan, the city has a distinct grid like pattern of wide streets and terraces and is hugged by 760 hectares of Park Lands. A ‘city in a park,’ enabling people to live well and in balance with nature and the built form.


The purpose of the Department for Environment and Water is to help South Australians conserve, sustain and prosper delivering a thriving state built on sound stewardship of our environment and water.

We conserve by managing our national parks, botanic gardens and heritage places for their intrinsic value and for people’s benefit and enjoyment now and into the future.

We are responsible for the design and implementation of the Australian Government’s infrastructure, transport and regional development policies and programs. This work includes supporting economic growth through improved transport infrastructure, making travel safer and more accessible, and keeping transport secure. We also support regional development and local communities, as well as provide good governance in the territories.


The Department of Planning, Industry, and Environment (DPIE) serves the people of New South Wales by developing well-connected communities, preserving our environment, supporting our industries, and contributing to a strong economy. We focus on some of the biggest issues facing our state. We deliver sustainable water resource and environment management, secure our energy supply, oversee our planning system, maximise community benefit from government land and property, and create the conditions for a prosperous state. We strive to be a high-performing, world-class public service organisation that celebrates and reflects the full diversity of the community we serve and seeks to embed Aboriginal cultural awareness and knowledge throughout the department.

Harvest Digital Planning is an award-winning civic technology company that helps government connect with citizens and involve them in actively shaping their cities and communities.

The Heart Foundation promotes and supports the creation of healthier built and natural environments. For decades we have supported planners, developers, local governments and communities working towards creating streets, towns and cities that allow, support and encourage physical activity. We know that one of the keyways of improving heart health is to increase physical activity levels, and evidence has shown that improving the design and planning of built and natural environments makes it easier for everyone to be more active and lead heart-healthy lives.  

As an international leader in public participation, IAP2 has developed tools that are widely used and acknowledged.  These are the IAP2 Core Values for Public Participation for use in the development and implementation of public participation processes; and the IAP2 Spectrum which assists with the selection of the level of participation that defines the public’s role in any community engagement program.  The Spectrum is widely used and is quoted in most community engagement manuals.   

Isovist is a combined Software and Planning company, bringing experience and expertise in both fields together to provide simple and effective web based e-planning tools that lead the field.

Mackay Regional Council

Our location, climate and natural beauty offer incredible opportunities for investment, growth and lifestyle benefits.

We are the primary service hub to the world’s largest coal deposits in the Bowen and Galilee basins.

We also boast one of the most recognised and innovative sugarcane growing and milling areas in Australia.

We have one of the most innovative and leading mining and agriculture service sectors in the world.  We export our knowledge and expertise for these sectors all around the world.

We have major tourism and lifestyle attractions such as the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, Eungella National Park, Finch Hatton Gorge and sandy beaches.

We have a pro-business and pro-investment attitude and are working with business, industry and government alike to ensure our doors are open for investment. We are here to help.

Planned Resources are a boutique recruitment agency, with a focus on providing a high-quality service to the town planning and urban design professions.



The Attorney General’s Department – together with the State Planning Commission – has recently completed the biggest modernisation of South Australia’s planning system in more than 25 years.

The implementation of the Planning and Design on 19 March 2021 across the entire state was a major milestone for planning and development in South Australia bringing info effect a single source of state-wide planning rules for simpler, clearer and more consistent zoning policy via a modern and sophisticated ePlanning platform.

PointData is an Australian predictive analytics company that provides property and planning data and services. Our state-of-the-art algorithms are driven by artificial intelligence which deliver a better way of interpreting complex patterns at both a city-wide and detailed property level.


Creating a better place for all South Australians

On behalf of the Government of South Australia, Renewal SA is creating a better place for all South Australians by developing accessible, connected and vibrant places where people want to live, work and invest.

To achieve this, we partner and engage with community, industry and organisations to unlock the potential of existing urban areas.


As a planning and communications consultancy we understand the importance of communicating the locational context of a site when talking about new development projects.  SiteView provides rarely seen drone footage of a site in ready to use digital format.


We have one simple goal – to shape the cities and communities of Australia for a better future.

We collaborate – across our many service areas including planning, design, heritage, policy, valuations, transactions, economics and research, and most importantly with our clients.

Think of Urbis as a creative community of practise experts, working collaboratively to deliver fresh thinking and independent advice and guidance – all backed up by real, evidence-based solutions.

We are passionate about adopting a holistic perspective to unlock development potential, achieve sustainable outcomes and places or policies that work, making our cities and communities better. 


PIA has active, established or budding Women in Planning Networks (WiPN) in ACT, New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia. These groups provide networking, mentoring, advocacy and recognition for female-identifying planners and for anyone, regardless of gender, with an interest in gender equity.