Active in Nature

There is nothing more exciting for those of us who facilitate community engagement than seeing feedback influence plans and these plans become reality. URPS has been working with the Department of Environment Water & Natural Resources in recent years to develop investment priorities for metropolitan parks in Adelaide.  This has involved the establishment and facilitation […]

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Deliberative engagement helps create the Community Engagement Charter

We were pleased to be invited by the State Planning Commissioner to participate in the recent deliberative engagement sessions to help develop the Community Engagement Charter for Planning in South Australia. Held over two separate weekends in July with the community participants (the Planning Together Panel), State Planning Commissioners and other key planning professionals, these […]

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Pembroke School – Engage Early and Well

The Kensington Residents Association has applauded Pembroke School and URPS on the proposed new middle school building stating “We appreciate the transparent process and the genuine way in which you have consulted… Your approach is an exemplar to other developers of the approach that should be taken when major developments are proposed.” Pembroke School plans to […]

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Zoe Hambour joins URPS

We are excited to welcome Zoe Hambour to URPS.  With experience in a variety of roles in Local Government, Zoe is one of our team of specialists in community engagement, natural resources management, climate change adaptation and strategic planning projects. Energised by people and their ideas, Zoe thrives on interaction.  She is outgoing and participative without […]

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