The Shearer’s Quarters, John Wardle Architects

The Shearer’s Quarters, John Wardle Architects
photo Trevor Mein

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National Architecture Conference: How Soon is Now?
28 - 30 April 2016

 

Policy & Advocacy

We can all benefit from Australian towns and cities that are more productive, sustainable and livable. The Institute promotes policies and reforms that advance our urban environments and enhance our lives.

The Institute undertakes to help improve the quality of our built environment. We play an important role in shaping Australia’s future, working to raise design standards in our cities and towns, to position Australia as an international design leader and to make Australia a better place for all of us.

For more detail on policy and advocacy activity at the state and territory level, please visit the Institute’s individual state and territory Chapter pages.


Institute public policies

The Institute’s policy activity spans a myriad of issues relevant to the profession and the built environment. The policies listed below have been approved by National Council, but are currently under review. Policies relating to awards and prizes can be found on the awards page. 

Institute submissions to federal, state and territory governments

The Institute actively engages with federal, state and territory governments, local government, the opposition and government departments to promote the strategies, policies and processes needed to create a built environment that can sustain us into the future. This includes responding to various government and department consultation papers and parliamentary inquiries. Submissions include:


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