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Friday, 22 November 2013

PATREC Seminar 11th December: Spatial Development Planning in Post-1994 South Africa

PATREC invites you to attend a Planning and Transport Research Centre and UWA School of Earth and Environment seminar entitled:

Spatial Development Planning in Post-1994 South Africa:
Influences, Approaches and Outcomes
Date: Wednesday 11 December 2013, 3.30-5.00pm
Continuing Professional Development points: 1

The seminar will be presented by Professor Mark Oranje
Prof Oranje will present a seminar on the South African post-apartheid Spatial Development Planning experience, focussing on how the EU approach has been interpreted and applied in the South African context. Concluding with the lessons learnt on a more general level about spatial development planning as a state activity to formulate a set of questions for consideration in theAustralian, and in particular, the Western Australian context.

The presentation will be followed by a question period. For more details please see the abstract of the talk and UWA campus map below.
Please distribute this invitation to anyone who may be interested

Short Bio of Prof Mark Oranje
Mark Oranje is Professor and Head of the Department of Town and Regional Planning at the University of Pretoria. His key areas of interest are planning policy, long-term planning and planning history. He has authored and co-authored numerous academic papers, articles, chapters in books and technical reports. Over the last nineteen years Mark has acted as a consultant to a number of national and provincial government departments, national and provincial planning commissions, and science councils on issues relating to municipal integrated development plans; local and regional economic development; municipal, provincial, national and supra-national planning; land use management; intergovernmental relations; and the integration of land use and transport planning.
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