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STUDY TOURS – IN-PERSON

ACT

HALF DAY

Walking tour of the university campus Master Plan

NSW

09:00-15:00 AEST

Full day study tour with the Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council

QLD

16:00-18:30 AEST

Brisbane CBD Heritage Walk (including networking Drinks and nibbles) [SOLD OUT]

SA

09:30-13:00 ACST

Lot Fourteen walking tour

VIC

08:30-17:00 AEST

Exploring Ballarat (Bus Tour) [SOLD OUT]

THINK TANK – VIRTUAL

ONLINE

11:00-15:15 AEST

Hazard Hack 2021

Laura Gannon MPIA, Meridian Urban, Joel Taggart RPIA, SA Fire Services & Brett Laughlin, CFS

WORKSHOP – VIRTUAL

ONLINE

11:00-12:30 AEST

Plantech Workshop

Richard Barry MPIA, Urbis &  Claire Daniel MPIA, UNSW

ONLINE

13:00-14:30 AEST

[SOLD OUT] Measuring net community benefit in planning: an economist’s perspective

Andrew Spencer PIA (Assoc.) & James Atkinson PIA (Assoc.), SGS Economics and Planning

ONLINE

14:00-15:30 AEST

[SOLD OUT] De-coding the designers rhetoric

Amanda Roberts, LatStudios

ONLINE

11:30-13:00 AEST

Heart Foundation workshop: Planning for an Active Future – Healthy Active Ageing

Robina Crook MPIA, Hassell & Jo Appleby, National Heart Foundation

LAUNCH PARTY – IN-PERSON

LAUNCH OF THE PLANNING FESTIVAL 2021

The Influence of Design, Development and Preservation

High quality urban design delivers on multiple levels.

It makes our towns and cities more desirable places in which to live by ensuring they have good public transport facilities, adequate supplies of affordable housing, and equitable access to job opportunities, social services, and community facilities.

As well as positively influencing socio-economic disposition, good urban design determines the health, social and cultural characteristics of a locality: how people interact with each other, how they move around, and how they use a place.

It ensures environmental outcomes are accorded the same status as social, cultural, and economic outcomes.

PIA stands firm in the belief that quality of design matters – and that this can be facilitated and encouraged by example and by balancing private, government and community interests.

Join us for this day as we discuss, debate, and look over examples that highlight the importance of high-quality design.

11:00-11:30 AEST

YOUNG PLANNERS COFFEE CATCH UP

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 session: Liveable Cities for the 21st Century

Jan Gehl PIA (Hon Fellow), Gehl Institute, Denmark

13:00-13:30 AEST

VISIT THE VIRTUAL EXHIBITION / MEETING HUB

13:30-14:15 AEST

Panellists:

Robyn Pollock

Thanh Ho, University of Melbourne

What is a ‘positive’ planning system?

Insights for the future of Planning Systems around Australia

Facilitated by John Brockhoff RPIA (Fellow), Planning Institute of Australia

Panellists:

Helen Dyer RPIA (Fellow), SA

Jennifer Roughan MPIA (Life Fellow), QLD

Paul McFarland RPIA (Fellow), NSW

Chris de Silva MPIA, VIC

14:15-14:45 AEST

VISIT THE VIRTUAL EXHIBITION / MEETING HUB

14:45-15:30 AEST

CONCURRENT SESSION : Quality & Outcomes of Design

CONCURRENT SESSION:

Case studies of design & preservation in our cities

AWARD NOMINATION SHOWCASE
DESIGN AND PLACE TOOLS

SPONSORED THOUGHT LEADERSHIP SESSION

14:50-15:10 AEST

Creating a loveable city through taking a placemaking approach

Michala Lander MPIA,
Marli Roberts & Jahni Glasby, GHD

Inhabit Place Tool
Obelia Tait MPIA &
Aliza Levy PIA (Assoc.),
Inhabit Place

Putting place and design at the forefront of development: the Design and Place SEPP

Felicity Greenway & Abbie Galvin, Department of Planning, Industry and Environment 

15:30-16:00 AEST

VISIT THE VIRTUAL EXHIBITION / MEETING HUB

AFTERNOON EVENT

SA

16:00-17:30 ACST

NSW

16:00-17:00 AEST

NSW Young Planners Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability Tour

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

VISIT THE VIRTUAL EXHIBITION / MEETING HUB

14:15-14:45 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

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

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EVENING EVENT

17:00-18:30 AEST

YOUNG PLANNERS – AROUND THE WORLD TRIVIA

Why did I became a Planner?

This day of the festival is dedicated to you. A chance to think about the profession that you belong to, and how much you contribute to society through your role.

The day will have a focus on your well-being (because being a planner is not easy), some top tips for those skills we rely on to get through each day as a planner but aren’t always taught, and some time to focus on your career.

There will be connection with your peers, and presentations from outside the profession that recognise what you do.

Join us on Friday to re-energise, remember why we all belong to this profession, and celebrate all that you achieve. The right way to end any festival.

11:00-11:30 AEST

YOUNG PLANNERS COFFEE CATCH UP

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

13:00-13:30 AEST

VISIT THE VIRTUAL EXHIBITION / MEETING HUB

13:30-14:15 AEST

WELLBEING SESSIONS:

Emotional Fitness

WELLBEING SESSIONS:

A Matter of Trust

WELLBEING SESSIONS:

Career Coaching session

13:35-13:55 AEST

Emotional Fitness
Joe Pane, Creator of The Emotional Fitness Formula

A Matter of Trust

Joel Levin, IAP2

Career Coaching session
– Working in the public sector

Tom Dumper, Public Sector People
Wallantina Simmons, Public Sector People

13:55-14:15 AEST

Emotional Fitness (continued) 
Joe Pane, Creator of The Emotional Fitness Formula

14:15-14:45 AEST

YOGA & MEDITATION

14:45-15:15 AEST

VISIT THE VIRTUAL EXHIBITION / MEETING HUB

15:15-15:45 AEST

Keynote session- Be the change

Natalie Rayment RPIA (Fellow), Wolter Consulting Group

15:45-16:15 AEST

Closing Address

The Hon. Robert Stokes MP, PIA (Hon Fellow), NSW Minister for Planning and Public Spaces

16:15-16:30 AEST

CEO Wrap Up / Announcement of PIACongress22

David Williams, CEO Planning Institute of Australia

POST-FESTIVAL PARTY

NSW

15:00-18:30 AEST

Planning Festival Wrap-up

NT

17:30-20:00 ACST

Planners in the Pub

QLD

17:30-20:00 AEST

Planners in the Pub

SA

17:00-19:00 ACST

Closing drinks

TAS

17:30-19:30 AEST

Hobart Closing Party

VIC

17:30-19:30 AEST

Closing Party

WA

15:30-19:30 AWST

WA Museum Boola Bardip: Study Tour [SOLD OUT] and PIA Planning Festival Closing Function