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.


Latest News

Capitalising on Domestic Travel

Australians took more than 6 million leisure trips overseas last year.  Covid-19 has confined us to domestic travel for the foreseeable future.  And half of all Australians want to travel domestically when restrictions lift with coastal areas being particularly popular.  This turns attention to our own tourism hot-spots. Glenelg is one of South Australia’s tourism [...]
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Multi-Million Dollar Boost for Murray Bridge

Thomas Foods International’s commitment to the Murray Bridge region and South Australia has been boosted by the recent planning approval of its new meat processing facility.  The Council Assessment Panel (CAP) was impressed with the best practice, modern processing facility proposal, declaring it to be an exceptional development on a very well chosen site.  The [...]
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Tourism Co-investment Fund Goes Live

With SA’s borders set to reopen on 20 July and overseas travel off the list for the foreseeable future, regional tourism is set to capture a major slice of the $65 billion up for grabs that Australians would normally spend on overseas travel. The Nature-based Tourism Co-investment Fund is a grant program designed to assist [...]
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Infill Development A Focus At URPS

Our work facilitating and assessing infill development can be contentious at times.  Neighbours are often worried about the impact of such development on their amenity, whether it be changing character, loss of sunlight, or more traffic and less parking availability.  We acknowledge these apprehensions and work hard to ensure that impacts are mitigated in all [...]
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