Social planning aims to increase community well-being and quality of life by investigating and responding to the social needs and aspirations of people.

Founded on the principles of social justice (equity, access, participation and rights), it plays a pivotal role in creating liveable communities, vibrant economies, sustainable places, diverse cultural expression and social cohesion.

Our breadth of social planning experience includes active ageing strategies and action plans, social impact assessments, evaluation of urban renewal projects, health promotion and community facilities planning.

We bring a range of techniques to this work, including applied demographic research, skillful and targeted consultation, and careful synthesis of a range of social indicators and trends.