Wednesday

wed 26 MAY 2021

Fairness, Equity and Access – Planning for People

Planners, regardless of their role, work with people to plan communities. Our communities need to be planned for everyone without exclusion.

Throughout this day we will discuss the importance of planning’s role in creating communities that are designed to function, be accessible and welcoming for everyone in the community.

Presenters will discuss real life projects and examples, use of new technologies to better achieve this outcome or ideas, inspiration, and innovation behind how the profession can create better communities for all. 

HEART FOUNDATION WALKSHOP

11:30-12:00 AEST

VISIT THE VIRTUAL EXHIBITION / MEETING HUB

12:00-12:15 AEST

Welcome

Ingrid Cumming, MC

12:15-13:00 AEST

Keynote Address

Eva Kail, City of Vienna, Austria

13:00-13:30 AEST

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14:00-14:15 AEST

VISIT THE VIRTUAL EXHIBITION / MEETING HUB

14:45-15:30 AEST

CONCURRENT SESSION:

Diversity and Citizen Power

CONCURRENT SESSION:

Affordable & Diverse Communities

CONCURRENT SESSION:

Best practice planning methods:  child friendly city design, planning for employment precincts.

14:50-15:10 AEST

15:10-15:30 AEST

Culturally diverse planning for cities

Sarah Reilly MPIA (Fellow), Cred Consulting

Enabling the bees, mice and gazelles: tools to create and preserve affordable workplace in Enterprise Precincts
Katherine Sundermann, MGS Architects & Mark Woodland MPIA, Echelon Planning

15:30-16:00 AEST

VISIT THE VIRTUAL EXHIBITION / MEETING HUB

18:00-19:00 AEST