WHO WROTE THE URBAN DESIGN PROTOCOL?
Creating Places for People is a collaborative commitment to best practice urban design in Australia. The protocol is the result of two years of collaboration between peak community and industry organisations, States, Territories, Local Governments, and the Australian Government.
A wide range of organisations have contributed to the development of the Protocol over the course of two years, and have strongly affirmed their support for this document as an initiative facilitated by the Commonwealth Government:
- The Planning Officials Group initiated the idea five years ago and, in 2009, the Major Cities Unit along with the Planning Institute of Australia and City of Melbourne took up the challenge
- An Editorial Board of around fifty people was established, which includes State Government Architects, representatives of State planning departments, representatives from the Australian Local Government Association and each of the capital cities, the Heart Foundation, Preventative Health Taskforce, peak industry and professional bodies, and academics
- More than 500 people contributed to the document, including through a public consultation process and workshops around the country.
CHAMPIONS OF THE URBAN DESIGN PROTOCOL
Already nearly 50 Australian organisations have pledged to be champions of the urban design protocol. The actions that we all take will, together, make a significant difference to the quality of our towns and cities. We encourage others to become champions as well.
SUBMISSIONS TO DRAFT FRAMEWORK
A draft framework document was released for public comment in mid-2011. The following submissions were received:
- Australian Green Infrastructure Council [ PDF: 662 KB] 
- Australian Institute of Architects [PDF: 2313 KB] 
- Australian Institute of Landscape Architects [PDF: 15 KB] 
- City of Sydney [PDF: 100 KB] 
- Darwin City Council [PDF: 582 KB] 
- DUFFIELD, Bruce [PDF: 67 KB] 
- FEENEY, Andrew [RTF: 41 KB]
- GHD [RTF: 34 KB]
- Green Building Council of Australia [PDF: 279 KB] 
- HAYMAN-DANKER, Mervyn [PDF: 42 KB] 
- Health Reform Transitional Organisation Western, NSW Health[PDF: 151 KB] 
- Land Corp, Western Australia [RTF: 45 KB]
- MGS Architects [PDF: 98 KB] 
- National Heart Foundation [PDF: 94 KB] 
- New South Wales Government, Department of Planning and Infrastructure[PDF: 472 KB] 
- NIEBERLER-WALKER, Katharina [PDF: 219 KB] 
- NSW Health [PDF: 186 KB] 
- PARSONS, Jamie [PDF: 34 KB] 
- Planning Institute of Australia [PDF: 647 KB] 
- Population Health – Northern Sydney & Central Coast, NSW Health[RTF: 3975 KB]
- Queanbeyan City Council [PDF: 32 KB] 
- Queensland Government, Department of Local Government and Planning[RTF: 98 KB]
- RAMSAY, Juliet [RTF: 55 KB]
- ROMERO, Vivian [PDF: 67 KB] 
- UNTARU, Stevan [PDF: 118 KB] 
- Victorian Government, Department of Planning and Community Development[RTF: 58 KB]
- Western Australia Government, Department of Planning [PDF: 690 KB] 
- Western Australia Government, Office of the Government Architect[RTF: 1615 KB]
- Worley Parsons [PDF: 54 KB] 
Please note that the ASBEC is subject to the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (the Act) and, as such, submissions may be accessed and published under the Act. If you believe that access to the information or documents would be an unreasonable disclosure of your or others’ personal information, adversely affect your or others’ business affairs, or would breach confidentiality, then you should contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Last modified: September 23, 2015