Growing your Business: The Key to Successful Planning Approvals

1.5 hour masterclass | Urban Planning Stream

Are you thinking of expanding or changing your existing business? Will these changes require planning and building approval? Will you need to comply with other regulations such as environmental protection, native vegetation clearance or water licensing? Do you find this process overwhelming or confusing?
If so, this masterclass is for you. Experienced tourism development planners, Matt King and Angela Hazebroek from URPS, will take you through the planning process from aspiration to approval. Using a case study approach, Matt and Angela will provide a template that you can adapt to help you realise your development dreams.
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Angela Hazebroek | Matthew King

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Angela Hazebroek | Matthew King

Angela Hazebroek | Director | URPS

Angela Hazebroek is a strategic planner with more than 15 years’ experience in tourism planning and development. She worked with the South Australian Tourism Commission, regional tourism associations, tourism businesses and local Councils to develop integrated regional strategies for sustainable tourism development for Kangaroo Island, Fleurieu Peninsula, Flinders Ranges and Outback SA, Eyre Peninsula, Clare Valley and The Barossa. Angela has worked closely with National Parks to increase the range and quality of visitor experiences and encourage people of all ages to be active in nature. Angela has also worked in the areas of Aboriginal Tourism, Food and Wine and Visitor Information Centres.

Matthew King | Director | URPS

Matthew King is an experienced development planner who has achieved development approvals for a range of tourism facilities including cellar doors, restaurants and accommodation from eco- tents to 5 star resorts. Matthew has experience in planning policy having prepared DPAs for both metropolitan and regional Councils in South Australia. He has successfully led several large project teams through difficult pathways on challenging development sites. His ability to balance stakeholder motivations and the opportunities that present at each site has led to a loyal client base and strong relations with Councils and State Government.

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