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We Are Moving!
ICOMOS Accolades for Heritage Expert
Taking A 'Talk for A Walk' With the Heritage Minister's Advisors
Marc Beattie joins the Board at Heritage Perth
The first of Heritage Perth's 2017 Spring Seminars
Conversations in Colorado
Speed Networking with our future industry leaders
Development Approval for the Expansion of Luna Cinema in Leederville
Architecture Awards WA Commendation for Guildford Hotel
Meet Rebecca Egan our newest graduate
TPG+Place Match Welcomes Sam Jeleric
Big Ideas in Place
From Train Stations to Destinations
Rottnest Island/Wadjemup's rich cultural landscape
State Heritage Awards Commendation for Regis North Fremantle
Ben Kent joins our People and Place Team
TPG+Place Match welcomes new Associate
Historic Sunset Precinct Opens
Opportunity is Alive for Station Street Cottesloe
Megatrends and Property: Perth's Smart Future
Benchmarking Greater Perth Local Governments
Development Approval for Perth's iconic QV1 Tower
Announcing an exciting merger between TPG+Place Match.
Regis North Fremantle.... continuing to care
Talking with TPG Conversations
Planning approval won for landmark Westend hotel and apartment complex

New Conversations for Bayswater Town Centre
Guildford Hotel - A Phoenix Rising
Edition 26 | May 2016 - A multipliCITY of opportunities
How does multi unit residential development contribute to 'place'?
Acknowledging our legacy: strengthening our future 
Skirting Around Claremont PUBLIC2016
TPG @ PCA Lunch: Retail to the Rescue
TPG Team Snapshot : Leigh Caddy
State Government seeks comment on Perth and Peel Green Growth Plan
TPG's Involvement in Aboriginal Engagement
Development Approval secured for latest M/Group residential project
Jessica Walsh Keynote Presentation - Play by Your Own Rules
The future is in your hand
Edition 25 | January 2016 - New Year, New Direction
Urban Issue 4: New York's Chinatown is becoming less Chinese
Urban Issue 3: Good Governance is the Key to Successful Place Making 
Urban Issue 2:  The Link between Community Gardens and Social Capital
Urban Issue 1: What Perth Can Learn from a New York Perspective on Gentrification?
Direct to you from the Dialogue, Deliberation and Public Engagement Master Class | Day 3
Direct to you from the Dialogue, Deliberation and Public Engagement Master Class | Day 2

Direct to you from the Dialogue, Deliberation and Public Engagement Master Class 3 - 5 December 2015

Update | Future of the Guildford Hotel
Reigniting Life into the Old Bristile Kilns site
Edition 24 November 2015 - At the Heart of it All
UDIA -The Next Small Thing and Where To Put It?
Important step in Sunset site transformation
The Density Challenge | The Property Council Breakfast
TPG Announces New Directors

 

TPG proud to sponsor the IAP2 Conference in Perth this week

Influence Engage Lead #6000 IAP2 Australasia Conference 14 - 16 October 2015 - Perth Convention Centre - Read more

Rottnest Island/Wadjemup Cultural Landscape Management Plan

TPG is proud to be involved with the Rottnest Island/Wadjemup Cultural Landscape Management Plan, which sets out the outstanding heritage values of Rottnest Island/Wadjemup as a cultural landscape... Read more

New Riverside Community for East Perth

TPG is proud to be involved with this exciting riverfront project which will revitalise and connect the eastern end of the CBD with Swan River. Read more

'Instant Start' Construction for Single Houses

The gazettal of the new Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015 will take effect on 19 October 2015, with these regulations instroducting exemptions for R-Code compliant single houses across all Local Governments. Read more

TPG Supports One of Its Own

Lewis Shugar, Town Planner by day and motorsport athlete by weekend, is hoping to secure his 4th state championship win at the 2015 Karting Championship. Read more

Kings Square Apartment Building to Reach New Heights

TPG, together with architects Woods Bagot, and on behalf of Seven Group Holdings (SHG) have recently obtained development approval from the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority for the construction of a 43 and 49 storey, twin residential tower development at Kings Square 6 in the Perth City Link, known as KS6. Read more

Developing New Relationships to Effect Real Change for our Regional Communities

TPG has been at the forefront of town planning and urban design in WA for over two decades.  More recently we have developed a body of experience in delivering strategic planning and development projects in the remote regional areas of Western Australia. Read more

Industrial Repurposing of Historic Sites

Many outlying parts of the Perth Metropolitan area have played an important role in the development and evolution of our State. Read more

Sydney Cty's Industrial Future

In March 2015 the City of Sydney Council and the Central Sydney Planning Committee (CSPC) adopted new planning controls for industrial land located in the City of Sydney area. Read more

Rejuvenating Our Inner Urban Industrial Areas

From years of experience, we recognise that the shrinking role of traditional manufacturing in the core parts of urban areas and the exodus of many businesses to locations where land is cheaper is a trend witnessed in cities nationwide. Read more

Guildford Hotel Roof Completed

Susannah and Marc from our heritage team were delighted to attend the topping out ceremony for the Guildford Hotel.  Read more

Rapid-Response Planning: Adapting the Vision for Forrestfield North to its new Train Station

When plans firmed up for the passenger train station in Forrestfield North as part of the Airport Link project last year, it was clear that the goal posts had shifted significantly and TPG and the Shire of Kalamunda adapted quickly. Read more

Woodloes Homestead An Exemplar of Community-Managed Heritage

When a community gets on board to manage a heritage asset the results can astound. TPG's Heritage team have recently completed a Conservation Management and Future Site Strategy for Woodloes Homestead in the City of Canning to assist with this noble aim. Read more

Civic Heart South Perth

TPG secures development approval for the iconic Civic Heart development in South Perth. Our Statutory Planning and Heritage teams delivered a successful outcome for what has been labelled as 'the entry point for South Perth'.  Read more

Telethon Kids Institute on the Move

2016 is set to be a significant year for the Telethon Kids Institute as they move to brand new premises within the new state-of-the-art children's hospital building at the QEII Campus.  Read more

SwanCare Bentley Park Master Plan - A new era for retirement villages

TPG is pleased to announce the adoption of the Bentley Park Master Plan by the SwanCare Board.  Read more

Morawa - The Gift

How would you spend five million dollars on a town with only 900 or so residents? A new civic building? More sporting facilities? Infrastructure upgrades? Read more

Perth and Peel Sub-Regional Plans Released

Landmark plans that define the future shape of Perth and Peel for the next 35 years have been released for public comment. The Perth and Peel regions stretch more than 150 kilometres from Two Rocks in the northern suburbs to Bouvard in the south. Read more.

When a 'Grouped Dwelling' is a Multiple Dwelling

A recent decision at the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) has provided greater clarity around the application of the definition of 'Multiple Dwelling' within the Residential Design Codes.  Read more

TPG Celebrates 25 Years

When you've been in business for a quarter of a century there are bound to be a few changes. But I think it's fair to say that the change in WA has been transformational.  Read more

Introducing TPG Conversations

For 25 years people at TPG have been providing you with statutory planning, land development, strategic planning and urban design specialist advice, and more recently we have added heritage planning to our diverse mix of skill sets.  Read more.

A New Era for TPG

In December this year, TPG Town Planning, Urban Design and Heritage celebrates its 25th anniversary. From modest beginnings in 1989 to its current Perth and Sydney offices, David Caddy has lead TPG in steadily growing to the point where the company now employs more than 45 people, and we continue to grow.  
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The Great Debate - "Where's the best to invest?"

TPG were proud to be the leading partner sponsor for the PCA lunch - The Great Debate, 'Where's Best to Invest?' on Friday 15 August.  Read more

Brookfield Place wins PCA Awards for Excellence

TPG are proud to be involved with the PCA Award winning Brookfield Place.  Brookfield won a number of awards including the Innovation & Excellence Award for Australian Development of the Year, International Award for Best Office Development and Award for Best Heritage Development.  Read more

Heritage in Practice Planning Seminars - A successful collaboration with Heritage Perth

TPG in partnership with Heritage Perth hosted a series of 'Heritage in Practice' seminars.  The Autumn Series focussed on conservation skills and techniques and was attended by a wide variety of professionals, trades people, owners and custodians of heritage places here in Perth and from the regions. Read more

TPG Congratulates Psaros Property Group

TPG congratulates Psaros Property Group on their Edge development, Newcastle Street Perth, which recently won an award at the prestigious International Property Awards in the 2014 Asia Pacific regional competition...read more

Discussing Affordable Housing - A must have conversation

On the 1st of May TPG held it's inaugural 'Partners in Practice Series' Seminar in association with SGS Economics & Planning.  This half day seminar was held at our offices to progress discussions on the very topical subject of Affordable Housing. Read more

 

 

We'd like to let you know of an exciting change here at TPG Town Planning, Urban Design and Heritage.

We have joined forces with Western Australia's only specialist place-making consultancy, Place Match, to create an exclusive one-stop shop for place creation services.

Click here for more information.


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