Sponsors

We are so proud to be sponsored by some wonderful organisations and companies, who have made Planning Xchange possible and who have enabled us to upgrade our equipment along the way. 

The Victorian Planning and Environmental Law Association (VPELA) is a non political multi-disciplinary professional association, concerned with the planning, legal and environment fields. The Association draws its membership from professions involved in the planning and environment fields.

The primary purposes of VPELA are to facilitate professional development, promote knowledge and provide networking opportunities for our membership across industry disciplines and with senior practitioners. Our events include topical seminars and an annual conference covering a range of planning and environmental issues. We also stage a number of popular and well attended social events throughout the year. Members receive a substantial discount on registration.

SongBowden Planning Pty Ltd provides town planning services throughout Victoria. They are recognised within the industry for providing planning advocacy and expert evidence in VCAT hearings. The firm services a diverse
range of clients including corporate, government agencies and other commercial clients. At SongBowden clients are treated with care and have direct access to the two Directors, David Song and Daniel Bowden.

And to our Wonderful Supporting sponsors...

Victorian Planning Reports (VPR) - The Essential Guide to Victorian Civil Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) decisions & Planning Panel Reports. For details about how to subscribe, visit their website by clicking here.

And the following organisations...

The Urban Broadcast Collective (UBC) is a curated network of podcast and radio shows on everything urban. The UBC goal is simple – to bring together all the amazing urban focused podcasts on one site. There are fascinating discussions about cities and urbanism from a diverse range of sources. Planningxchange is honoured to be part of what is a fantastic addition to the ‘planning commons’. Simply click on the UBC to access the podcasts.

And to the wonderful Tom Jewell for technical support, Zak Willsallen our audio engineer who fixes many blemishes, our wonderful Podcast speakers, for their time and involvement and our listeners/subscribers for all their comments and suggestions.