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Urban and Regional Planning - URPS

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SATIC has a partnership with Urban, Regional & Planning Solutions (URPS) to provide planning solutions to our members. 

URPS are South Australia's most respected and diverse firm of urban and regional planners

URPS are renowned for:

  • Facilitating good planning outcomes for tourism developments that provide memorable experiences.
  • Understanding tourism markets and products to facilitate successful business development.
  • Providing support that helps you navigate the often complex planning system.

URPS have experience with:

  • Wedding venue, winery and cellar door approvals.
  • Eco-tourism accommodation.
  • Facilities planning with the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (DEWNR).
  • Funding applications for Parachilna Town Square.
  • Regional tourism strategies including market sector analysis for SATIC and regional tourism organisations.

Why invest in planning and research?

  • Early advice shapes realistic expectations and avoids possible pitfalls.
  • Clarity and certainty reduces risk.
  • Give your project the best chance of success with independent advice.
  • Well-developed plans foster investor and financial confidence.

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Exclusive offer for SATIC Members

Development Feasibility Report including:

  • Site inspection and meeting with proponent.
  • Comprehensive report based on relevant Council planning guidelines.
  • Recommendations on how to approach a development application.

SATIC members receive 20% discount.

Market Analysis Report including:

  • Environmental scan and GIS Map of competitors.
  • Product/market match.
  • Alignment with South Australian tourism priorities and regional demand.
  • Identification of potential funding sources.

SATIC members receive 20% discount.


For more information, contact or Phone: (08) 8333 7999. Visit website > 

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