Thursday

thurs 27 may 2021

Vision and Solutions, it’s what we do.

Global megatrends are predicted to have relevance for decades to come, fundamentally shaping the role of government, policy-formulation, decision-making, and spatial outcomes.

We will have to rethink the way we consider and design our towns and cities and manage our natural environments.

Planners have the capacity to work at all the necessary scales, with the required long-term vision, and they can add an expert voice to what will be key discussions.

During the Festival presentation will consider how the planning profession leads change as the form and function of communities is challenged and changed by rapid urbanisation, climate change, technological advances whilst always keeping a focus on community and people.

MORNING EVENT

ONLINE

10:00-11:00 AEST

Academic Roundtable – invite only

11:30-12:00 AEST

VISIT THE VIRTUAL EXHIBITION / MEETING HUB

12:00-12:15 AEST

Welcome

Ingrid Cumming, MC

13:00-13:30 AEST

VISIT THE VIRTUAL EXHIBITION / MEETING HUB

13:30-14:15 AEST

Plantech: Digital Dimensions Of Planning PlanTech

Sean Audain, Wellington City Council NZ
& Claire Daniel MPIA, UNSW

Expert Panel: What is a climate conscious planning system?
Facilitated by Audrey Marsh MPIA, PIA

Jaime Hogan MPIA, Waverley Council
Jason Byrne MPIA, UTAS

Ross Underwood MPIA, Planning Solutions

14:15-14:45 AEST

VISIT THE VIRTUAL EXHIBITION / MEETING HUB

14:45-15:30 AEST

CONCURRENT SESSION:

The Future of Data & Retail

CONCURRENT SESSION:

Pressures on Natural Hazard Planning and Creativity in Communities.

SPONSORED THOUGHT LEADERSHIP SESSION

PLANNING RESEARCH SHOWCASE
(7 MIN)

14:50-15:10 AEST

Campbelltown City Centre Master Plan – Planning With the Lights On

Princess Ventura, 
Madonna Locke  &
Richard Barry MPIA, Urbis

Planning for the future of metropolitan governance in Australia: opportunities and challenges for local government coordination.
Andrew Butt MPIA, RMIT University &
Stefanie Duhr, University of South Australia

 

Planning for heat mitigation and UV protection: translating the ‘what do we want’ into the ‘how do we get it’?

Elizabeth King, Cancer Council NSW & Jan Fallding RPIA (Fellow), Strategic & Social Impact Planner

 

Planning a Creative Profession

Darren Starr RPIA (Fellow), Leading Edge Town Planners/University of South Australia

15:30-16:00 AEST

VISIT THE VIRTUAL EXHIBITION / MEETING HUB

EVENING EVENT

17:00-18:30 AEST

YOUNG PLANNERS – AROUND THE WORLD TRIVIA