The Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN) is a national resource for researchers, policy and decision-makers. AURIN provides a robust, secure and powerful online environment that allows all levels of government, academia and researchers to access quality data.
Researchers across Australia are using AURIN to access research-ready data on issues surrounding health and wellbeing, socio-economic metrics, transportation, and utilising over 100 analytical tools in our AURIN Portal, designed by experts for the spatial research community. These tools cover a range of applications, assisting in a range of possible analysis such as neighbourhood walkability, industry clustering, scenario modelling and statistical analysis.
Campbelltown City, a Strategic Centre of Sydney at the epicentre of one of the most significant growth corridors in NSW, is an emerging Health and Medical University City. The city is a hub of economic, education, health, sport and recreation, advanced manufacturing, retail and commercial services.
Campbelltown’s strategic location is chief among the city’s many advantages. Boasting extensive public transport links and road networks, Campbelltown is ideally located with direct road and rail links to Sydney CBD, Sydney International Airport, the Illawarra region and Canberra.
Campbelltown has the capacity to grow towards a population in excess of 300,000 – under current planning provisions. This growth is transforming the city into a vibrant, self-sustainable urban centre, with strong business and community partnerships.
The city already boasts significant existing infrastructure and services, including a major hospital, a university campus – Western Sydney University, Campbelltown Campus – three south west Sydney Institute of TAFE campuses, the largest shopping centre in south west Sydney – Macarthur Square, professional sporting facilities, regional art and cultural venues, and is well positioned to support the growing south west Sydney region, and attract a further range of industry and development.
Campbelltown City Council is committed to working in partnership with key stakeholders to create a smart city that facilitates job creation, investment, business growth and innovation.
City of Parramatta
City of Parramatta is a thriving cosmopolitan city in the demographic and geographic heart of Sydney with access to important amenities such as a strong public transport network, education facilities, healthcare, jobs, restaurants, cafes, shops, parks and open spaces, and arts and cultural offerings.
Bordered by the boundaries of the M2 motorway in the north and the M4 in the south, the City of Parramatta covers an area of 82sq km and services almost 216,000 residents.
City of Parramatta encompasses the economic hubs of the Westmead Health precinct, the Parramatta CBD, the whole of the Epping Town Centre and Sydney Olympic Park. The ability for people to live, work, learn and relax within and in close proximity to Parramatta is a big drawcard.
Within the next 15-20 years there is predicted to be an additional one million people living in Western Sydney. Parramatta will be the commercial hub for this additional population, which is driving business and infrastructure growth in the region.
Extent Heritage are leaders in heritage and archaeological consulting specializing in Built & Urban Heritage, Indigenous Heritage and Archaeology. We have provided heritage advice to Australia and the Asia Pacific region for over two decades.
We are set apart by our dedication to quality research, investment in our people and close engagement with our clients to understand their needs, manage their risks and provide excellent heritage outcomes. We are passionate about conserving, understanding and interpreting heritage because it tells the stories of people, cultures and communities. With teams based in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth we provide a single point of service for all your heritage assessment and management requirements.
GoGet is Australia’s first and largest professional car sharing service and operates in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Canberra, and Brisbane. Its slogan is Why own a car when you can GoGet!
GoGet’s aim is to provide a reliable, convenient and affordable transport service that:
- allows people to live without car ownership
- removes private cars from local streets
- makes car sharing an integral and fun part of living in urban environments
- means members don’t need to pay for fuel
- decreases car usage
- improves local air quality
GoGet is operated by CarShare Australia, formed to bring car sharing services to Australia. Founded by Directors Nic Lowe and Bruce Jeffreys in 2003 with three vehicles and 12 members, today GoGet has over 2,100 vehicles and more than 90,000 members.
As a national provider of talent solutions in Architecture, Construction and Property, we have 15 dedicated specialist consultants nationally, who work with a range of both public and private sector clients providing depth of expertise and technical understanding; we bring the right person to your job. Our extensive database, local market knowledge and fast and accurate response allows us to deliver a real result. That’s why, for over 39 years, we’ve powered the world of work.
The specialist Planning consultants sit within the wider Architecture, Construction and Property team within the Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane offices. This experienced team consults across multiple sectors, providing innovative recruitment solutions for a variety of Local and State Government departments, specialist consultancies and larger corporate entities.
Our specialist planning consultants, Lisa Jessup (Vic), and Helen Goulding (NSW), have well established industry networks and connections in this sector and are the leading providers of both temporary and permanent recruitment solutions.
NSW Department of Planning and Environment
We exist to make people’s lives better by making NSW a great place to live and work.
We help to provide homes and services, build great communities, create jobs and protect the environment by creating plans for the future of regions and local areas, revitalising urban areas, providing land for new homes, services and open space, assessing important projects to ensure the need for new jobs is balanced with the needs of the community and environment, and developing policies that guide planning activity for government and local government across NSW.
Macroplan are economists. And we are planners. Complex projects require integrated economics and planning solutions, and our strength in both disciplines means we can provide that.
We are able to bring a different perspective to development projects and create more innovative responses. Often, we solve problems before they’ve been identified by the developer. Always, we improve project outcomes because our integrated approach means we see things in new ways.
Founded in 2014, Orange Sky provides free mobile laundry and shower services via custom built vehicles to those in need, whilst creating an inclusive environment through positive and genuine conversation.
Initially a crazy idea by best mates Lucas Patchett and Nicholas Marchesi, in a mission to improve hygiene standards, Orange Sky has stumbled across something much bigger and more significant – the power of conversation and connection.
Now expanding to almost every capital city across Australia, Orange Sky has over 700 volunteers, 14 laundry and shower vehicles and fosters more than 1300 hours of genuine conversation and connection every week.
PIA hopes to raise $25,000 for Orange Sky this year, an ambitious target but one that would go one that would go a long way to providing free showers, laundry services and above all, genuine conversation for people living roughall around Australia.
It cost’s $6 to wash and dry someone’s clothes, so reaching our target of $25,000 would mean providing over 4000 washes across Australia to those doing it tough!
You can help PIA reach our target by purchasing one or more Orange Sky t-shirts for $25 each. They’re 100% cotton and printed by Orange Sky’s ‘friends on the street’, so they’ll make you feel great inside and out! We’ve kicked off the fundraising with 20 T-shirt purchases, and you’ll see our staff members wearing them throughout Congress.
There are two ways you can purchase your own Orange Sky T-shirt:
- Pre-order your shirt online and pick it up at the OrangeSky/MacroPlan exhibition booth at Congress Thursday 4th and Friday 5th May, or have it sent to you direct (additional postage charge)
- Buy one at the booth on the spot!
Note: While there’ll be a range of stock available at the event, we recommend pre-ordering if you want a particular size or colour as we can’t guarantee your preference won’t run out.
We will also be holding a raffle at the MacroPlan Gala Dinner – stay tuned for more information regarding this.
Find out more at www.orangeskylaundry.com.au
PIE Solutions are infrastructure planning and charging experts based in Brisbane, Queensland. We believe that the planning of infrastructure is essential to the liveability of cities and regions. Accordingly, our company was formed with a very simple vision – to make the infrastructure planning system work.
To achieve this vision, PIE Solutions assembled a diverse team of highly experienced practitioners with qualifications in the fields of town planning, law, engineering, environmental planning and economics. Our comprehensive knowledge, combined with our deep understanding of the infrastructure planning and funding challenges faced by our clients, is unrivalled in our industry.
The result is a range of consulting services and software solutions which make the infrastructure planning and charging system work for our clients.
Find out more at www.piesolutions.com.au
REMPLAN is a pioneer in the field of regional economic analysis and is the developer of REMPLAN Economy, a cloud based economic modelling and analysis system that makes the complex simple.
The REMPLAN economic system is used by State / Territory and Federal Government agencies, economic development boards, local governments, universities and consultants across Australia. In addition to REMPLAN Economy software, REMPLAN now deliver:
- REMPLAN Community software & online community, economy and investment profiles;
- Cost Benefit Analysis and Drive time modelling
- Population & employment forecasting
Spun-off from La Trobe University in 2006, REMPLAN continues to undertake research in regional economics and planning by providing area-specific data, impact modelling of economic and demographic data via online resources and consulting services. See us at our exhibition stand or contact the team on; 1300 737 443 or email@example.com
TRACT is a national design practice specializing in landscape architecture, urban design, town planning & associated digital media.
Between our six offices we have over 150 people. Tract is owned and operated by our senior practitioners.
We have grown to our present level of prominence through a commitment to design and technical excellence, together with an understanding and experience of the construction and development processes.
Our comprehensive planning & design services, and the scale & pedigree of our practice provide the capacity to address projects of all scales and complexities. We work throughout Australia and internationally.
Find out more at www.tract.com.au
UrbanGrowth NSW is the New South Wales Government’s urban transformation agency. We are a State Owned Corporation (SOC) that was established in 2013 and our mandate is to focus on large-scale urban transformation projects. As the master developer of these complex programs, we leverage government land and transport infrastructure to support economic growth. We’re transforming government land into vibrant, connected and resilient urban places to meet the needs of our growing population. Our programs will reshape Sydney and enable people to live closer to where they work and make travel easier, so our communities can enjoy a better quality of life.
Find out more at www.urbangrowth.nsw.gov.au
Urbis is a market-leading firm with the goal of shaping the cities and communities of Australia for a better future. Drawing together a network of the brightest minds, Urbis consists of practice experts, working collaboratively to deliver fresh thinking and independent advice and guidance – all backed up by real, evidence-based solutions.
Working across the areas of planning, design, policy, heritage, valuations, transactions, economics and research, the expert team at Urbis connect their clients in the public and private sectors to a better outcome, every time.
Find out more at www.urbis.com.au
WoodSolutions is an industry initiative designed to provide independent, non-proprietary information, resources and training about timber and wood products to professionals and companies involved in building design and construction.
Visit woodsolutions.com.au for a comprehensive collection of technical design guides, information and case studies on timber, wood products and building materials for architects, building professionals, designers, developers and engineers.