Register for ‘Sustaining Heritage Through Planning’ Workshops
Learn from our most experienced practitioners at two half day online workshops, hosted by the Planning Institute of Australia.
About the Course
‘Sustaining Heritage Through Planning‘ focuses on the role that planning can play in achieving sustainable heritage outcomes. Find out about current issues and attitudes to heritage, including best practice standards and guidelines.
Participants will learn about how heritage can be successfully factored into urban planning by councils and government as part of sustainable environmental planning. Principles for the appropriate planning, development and management of heritage places will be outlined through interactive cases studies and examples that demonstrate success in the integration of new development, including alterations and additions, adaptive reuse and infill within historic settings.
Planners, Architects and Urban Designers interested in urban planning in NSW, and anyone involved in planning adaptation of heritage places.
- An improved understanding of the role of heritage in the NSW planning systems including the relevant legislation and guiding principles;
- An improved understanding of the identification and assessment of heritage values;
- An understanding of the role of heritage in guiding better design outcomes for the built environment;
- An ability to apply your knowledge of heritage values in strategic planning and urban design; and
- An understanding of how to assess and mitigate potential impacts on significant heritage values in the assessment of development applications.
How to Book
The workshop will take place over two days. Register and learn more here.
When: 9.30am-12.30pm, Wednesday 14 July
When: 9.30am-12.30pm, Thursday 15 July