URPS is a dynamic
and diverse firm
of urban and
regional planners.


Whether we are facilitating a multi-storey mixed-use building close to the city, investigating policy options for job creation or engaging with people about changes in our climate, our focus remains on shaping great communities.


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Helping you get Code Ready

Being prepared for the significant transformation that the Planning & Design Code will bring is important for anyone who interacts with the South Australian planning system. At URPS, we have been conducting a number of training sessions for clients and others in the industry to help people understand: ePlanning – the online planning portal to [...]
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Join Our Community Engagement Team

You like: Shaping, coordinating and hosting community engagement events.Empowering people with knowledge and opportunity for input.Closing the loop with user-friendly feedback summaries.Building positive relationships with stakeholders and the community.A diverse range of community engagement projects that mean you are never bored.A dynamic workplace with a supportive, team-oriented culture that will help expand your career. We [...]
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Rezoning in South Australia – Now and in the Future

An important component of activating the new Planning and Design Code is the finalisation of a number of Development Plan Amendments (DPAs) currently in the system. Final DPA documentation for Phase 3 Councils (Greater Metropolitan Adelaide) must be submitted to the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure / the Minister for Planning at least three [...]
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Climate Change Resilience Put to the Test

Australia’s resilience is being seriously tested by the unprecedented heatwaves, hailstorms and bushfires across the country this summer. The recent bushfires necessarily focus community attention on disaster risk management such as fuel load management and early warning capabilities, as well as disaster funding, insurance and recovery actions. But there are many other actions that should [...]
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