The Town and Country Planning Association

Established in Victoria in 1914, the Town and Country Planning Association is a politically independent not-for-profit association incorporated in Victoria. TCPA advocates integrated planning of land use and transport for ecological sustainability and a healthy living environment.

 Our activities include:

  • writing submissions to government on urban planning matters
  • alerting members to events such as public forums and lectures related to urban planning
  • alerting members to news items related to urban planning
  • writing commentary and opinion articles
  • writing policies such as the Charter for Planning

 

Latest News

Level Crossing Removal Authority – call for Community Input

The Level Crossing Removal Authority (LXRA) is planning for the removal of level crossings between Caulfield and Dandenong. The Caulfield to Dandenong Project includes three sections of elevated rail. The project will be creating a 17 kilometre shared path for cyclists and pedestrians. The Authority has launched a survey on the linear park the project will create, as they are keen to hear your thoughts on the 17 km continuous bicycle and pedestrian path, signage and lighting.

Professor Michael Buxton Receives TCPA Award

Professor Michael Buxton was awarded the Sir James Barrett Award for Notable Contribution to Planning at the TCPA Annual General Meeting, 27th October 2016. Michael Buxton is a professor of Environment and Planning at the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies,...

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  • Develop ideas for sustainable cities
  • Participate in public discourse about urban planning
  • Help define the public interest in urban planning

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    July 5 @ 3:20 pm - 5:00 pm

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