Cities and towns should be designed to suit the needs of our communities. This includes getting the right mix of transport in the right locations to create places we can all enjoy. The NSW Movement and Place Framework is a whole-of-government approach to integrating land use and transport planning. The framework recognises that streets are not just about moving people and goods – they are also places for people to live, work and spend time.
If you design, deliver, and manage our network of public spaces formed by roads and streets and the spaces they adjoin and impact, the NSW Movement and Place Framework course delivered by UTS will teach you how to apply the principles of Movement and Place to your work, improving social, environmental and economic outcomes for communities in NSW.
The training is available for all practitioners across State government, councils and industry involved in transport planning, land use planning, urban design, architecture and development. This training will be a great opportunity to upgrade your knowledge and skills and learn more about this place-based planning approach.
The course will be delivered in a workshop format in various locations across NSW. You will be encouraged to collaborate with other participants and apply Movement and Place principles to a local road or street to foster diverse perspectives and ignite creative responses through design and critical discussion.
It is recommended that you complete the eLearning modules before attending the course workshop to ensure you get the most out of your learning experience.
Register now for the course, limited space is available.
To learn more about Movement and Place, please visit movementandplace.nsw.gov.au