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As cities around the world adapt to rapid urbanization, attention to the health of urban populations is critical. Conversations on Urban Health with Dr. Yonette Thomas is the only podcast focusing exclusively on the broad factors of urban health. We understand the health challenges and opportunities in urban environments are complex. If you are a researcher, educator, policymaker, practitioner, community leader, or urban health advocate, these conversations will resonate with you. Our guests ...
 
Il ponte urbanistico tra Italia e UK - Pianificazione urbanistica, operazioni e investimenti immobiliari, edilizia e real estate messe a confronto da Lorenzo Pandolfi e Carlo Pagliai. The bridge between Italy and UK town planning, real estate, buildings and real estate compared by Lorenzo Pandolfi and Carlo Pagliai. Follows us: Lorenzo: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/lorenzo.pandolfi.904 Carlo: Blog https://www.studiotecnicopagliai.it/ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/carlopagliai Facebook ...
 
Planning Xchange promotes a better understanding of urban affairs and city design. The website complements a podcast interview series. We aim to be a useful addition to the many wonderful urbanist web resources which assess, appreciate and enhance urban living. Featuring hosts Jess Noonan & Peter Jewell
 
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In PlanningxChange Episode 71, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Tamara Brezzi, the President of VPELA. Tamara is also a Partner at Norton Rose Fulbright. Tamara started professional life as a Council town planner with the former City of Malvern. She then undertook a law degree and transferred to legal practice. Tamara talks of the importance …
 
In PlanningxChange Episode 70, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Nick MacHale, the CEO of BRITE. Nick is an experienced executive having spent time in both commercial and not for profit sectors. His passion lies in bringing together people from all walks of life, to achieve a common purpose. Hailing from Ireland, Nick states he has been lucky …
 
In PlanningxChange Episode 69, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview two local government planners, Meghan Ablett and Emily Cooke. Meg and Em work for the Cardinia Shire Council which is one of the major residential growth areas within the Melbourne metropolitan area. Meg and Em work in 'growth areas' planning that is at the urban edge overseeing …
 
In PlanningxChange Episode 68, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Clark Davies; an urban planner/masterplan cities project manager based in the Middle East. Originally from Melbourne Victoria (a graduate with the Class of 83' at RMIT), Clark worked locally, then moved interstate and eventually overseas. Clark is a senior executive with a breadt…
 
In PlanningxChange Episode 67, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Nick Vlahandreas of Mountain Planning. Nick is based in Bright, a mountain town in North East Victoria. He has 16 years experience combining local government and private practice. Nick talks candidly about mistakes he made when first in local government and the lessons he put int…
 
In PlanningxChange Episode 66, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Paul Shipp one of Australia's rising urban planning economist stars. It's said economics is essentially half psychology and half elementary school arithmetic with a smattering of statistics. Paul in the interview gives a sense of the abilities of urban economics to harness data t…
 
In PlanningxChange Episode 65, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Scott Beyer of the Market Urbanism report. This is the first international interview conducted by PlanningxChange! Scott Beyer is an urban affairs analyst based in New York City. He is founder and owner of Market Urbanism Report, a media organization that promotes free-market urb…
 
In PlanningxChange Episode 64, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Tim Biles from Ratio Consultants. Tim has had a long and distinguished career as a lecturer, consultant, advisor and 'creator' of several planning consultancies. We thought Tim would be an excellent commentator on the impacts of Covid 19 and Government retrictions on city life. S…
 
In PX63, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Ben Rossiter Secretary and Executive Officer of Victoria Walks. The organisation is a walking health promotion charity managed by an independent voluntary board. The organisation's mission is simple: 'More people walking more every day'. Victoria Walks undertakes research, which informs an ongoing cam…
 
In PX62, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Jacob Martin (Yarra CC), Calum Douglas and Nicole Neame both working at Baw Baw Shire. The three planners are relatively new to planning and have worked in local government for approximately two years. Nicole has previously worked in community engagement. We ask them about the transition from universi…
 
In PX61, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Mark Marsden. Mark has had a long and successful career across many sectors of the planning world a particularly unique part is his long association (now publisher)of the Victorian Planning Reports (VPRS). The VPR's and its predecessing versions (AATR's and PABR's) highlighted and summarised decisions…
 
In PX57, the interview subject is Val Gnanakone, a Director at Old Mile Grid traffic engineers. Val talks about the changing role and focus of the traffic engineering profession in city development. Traditionally viewed as car and truck focused, Val talks of the widening scope of activities. These including making better city spaces by improving mo…
 
In PX56, the interview subject is Tim Eaton, Executive Director of Regulatory Standards, Assessments & Permissioning at the EPA, the State of Victoria's environmental protection authority. In recent times, environmental problems have been constantly in the headlines, with a recycling crisis, chemical warehouse fires and general concern about the im…
 
Sophie Jordan has been practicing as a qualified urban planner for 20 years, working in both the local government sector and private practice before establishing Sophie Jordan Consulting Pty Ltd in 2012. This breath of experience has allowed her to develop a range of skills including development facilitation, project management, community consultat…
 
Orlando Harrison is a well experienced (but youthful) urban designer practising in a very contested space. Urban design is the half brother of both architecture and town planning. It straddles both fields but at times lacks certainty as to its legitmacy; neither fish nor fowl. Orlando takes an optimistic approach to the uplift that urban design can…
 
McIntyre was founded in 2016 by husband and wife team Ned Scholfield & Raquel Boedo. The pair first started to think about creating their own label after spending a year working together on Ned's family sheep farm 'Glenoe' in Western Victoria. The design philosophy behind the label is to create timeless, sustainable, & quality Merino goods. Based i…
 
In PX52, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview founding partner, Koos de Keijzer of DKO Architecture. The firm has projects throughout Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia. He is a respected architect and urban designer, with a particular strategic understanding of residential design in all its forms. He is driven by a passion to explore new…
 
In PX51, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview John Henshall a Melbourne based economist who has recently authored 'Downtown Revitalisation and Delta Blues in Clarksdale Mississippi - Lessons for Small Cities and Towns'. John has previously appeared in PX21 which was released in October 2016. His book is about Clarksdale, a small town in Mississip…
 
In PX50, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview the dynamic Olivia Christie about her role as a project manager on various large scale commercial projects and specialist developments within the hospitality sector. Olivia talks of the importance of team spirit, co-operative engagement with regulators and the benefits of flexibility. She also talks a…
 
In PX49, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Kate Roffey who has extensive experience as a CEO and Senior Executive within the commercial, government and not-for-profit sectors. In her current role as Director Deals, Investment & Major Projects at Wyndham City, Kate is focused on the growth of key international and national industry sectors and …
 
In PX48, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Cazz Redding, Director of Red Ink Planning. Cazz is based in Bright, North East Victoria. She discusses her career progression, starting a business and working 'in the bush'. Podcast released 23 March 2019. Technical production by Zak Willsallen of Complete Podcast Services. For more information visit…
 
In PX47, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Aaron Organ, Director and Principal Ecologist at Ecology and Heritage Partners. Aaron outlines current ecological issues, technological advancements and how we are better understanding the world around us. He talks to the link between town planning regulations and better ecological outcomes. In the po…
 
In PX46, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Doctor Elizabeth Taylor (Liz) about her book, 'Dry Zones: Planning and the Hangovers of Liquor Licensing History' published by Palgrave MacMillan. Liz has used analytical research methods to chart the rise of 'local control' over alcohol outlets and how this in turn led to early forms of what we now k…
 
In PX45, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview author David Sornig about his new book 'Blue Lake'. David has researched the history and stories of the former 'Blue Lake', so named for its beauty by early colonists, through the area's spoilation and re-use. Known as 'Dudley Flats' the area adjacent the Melbourne CBD was for many years an 'outside' …
 
In PX44 Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview long term journalist and author Peter Mares on his new book 'No Place Like Home: Repairing Australia's Housing Crisis'. Peter discusses many aspects of housing and points to historical expectations and the new reality. The discussion identifies those disadvantaged by the new housing paradigm and offers…
 
In PX43, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Damian IIes. Damian is a Director at Hansen Partnership, a Melbourne based multidisciplinary urban consulting firm. Damian is in the middle of his career having worked for over 18 years in government and the private sector. Damian was recently involved in the 'Launch' social housing project that utili…
 
In PX42, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Pru Goward. Pru is the New South Wales Minister for Family and Community Services, Minister for Social Housing and Minister for the Prevention of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. An earlier portfolio including Minister for Planning. Prior to entering Parliament Pru served as Australia's Sex Discr…
 
In PX41, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview David Bissell about his recently published book Transit Life - How Commuting is Transforming Our Cities (MIT Press). David is Associate Professor and Australian Research Council Future Fellow at the School of Geography, Melbourne University. In prepartion for the book, David undertook extensive field …
 
Dr. David Vlahov, the founding President of ISUH, provides a history of the ISUH and gives context for its future directions. From its inception in 2002 and its first conference in Toronto, ISUH is intended to create a dialogue to define urban health. Over time the annual conferences provide an opportunity for members to connect. The first conferen…
 
Dr. Tsouros is a leading international expert with 30 years of experience in the fields of health policy, urban health and healthy cities, inter-sectoral governance and health in all policies, social determinants of health and equity and health promotion. His Global Healthy Cities initiative is focused on providing leadership and engagement for mun…
 
Professor Nguendo-Yongsi is the President-Elect of ISUH. Professor Nguendo-Yongsi is an Urban Health Influencer. He has been involved in the ISUH for several years and will be working with us to lead the organization into a sustainable future. He is a strong advocate for engaging African scholars in the ISUH global network of urban health thinkers …
 
Dr. Blessing MBeru is an ISUH Board member and a lead for the Africa Workgroup. In this podcast, Dr. MBeru believes that his role on the board is to help deepen ISUH’s role and work in Africa where urbanization is a major demographic event that creates many challenging issues related to health. The growth of urban informal settlements has created a…
 
Dr. Olga Lucia Sarmiento Dueñas is a member of the ISUH Board. She is a member of the Latin American Urban Health Network and is a member of the executive committee in that network. The LAC Network consists of people and researchers who live in Latin America as well as researchers in the U.S. who work on Latin American issues. She is a physician ep…
 
Professor Giles-Corti is a public health academic and has been working in the built environment and health space for two decades. Most of her research is with sectors outside of health – urban planners, landscape architects, etc. She is really pleased to see that the health sector is getting into the built environment and health area. Her work has …
 
Professor Birch is trained as a city planner focused on building cities of lasting value. She points out that health is a very important aspect of that value. A community of lasting value is a community in which its inhabitants lead healthy productive lives. Mental health and physical health are equally important for lasting healthy cities. The fie…
 
Dr. Jason Corburn is a member of the ISUH Board. He is committed to engaged scholarship, by which he means using research and academic resources to promote change, particularly social justice. He sees ISUH as a critical organization because it brings together people from around the world doing specific activities related to urban health. His joinin…
 
Dana’s and Jose’s collaboration will be presented at the ICUH in Kampala, Uganda in November 2018. Their goal is to influence urban health dialogue between health decision makers and urban health scientists by creating datasets to map areas in slum boundaries where infrastructure is insecure, and health is tenable. They will help to provide estimat…
 
Dr. Sainath Banerjee has been an ISUH Board member over the past year. Being a board member is quite exciting for him because of the scope and nature of the task. He sees his participation in ISUH enabling him to have global impact. He is currently co-leading the community solutions workgroup. This workgroup proposes to share local community soluti…
 
In this first episode, Dr. Thomas talks about the purpose of these Conversations on Urban Health and how they are intended to serve as a stimulus for engaging members, highlighting the work of “Urban Health Influencers,” and generating new ideas for future activities. Yonette is a founding board member of the ISUH (International Society for Urban H…
 
In this closing episode, Dr. Yonette Thomas and Host Mark Sylvester talk about the 11 amazing conversations for Season 1. It is a sampling of what it is to come. Season 1 began with a historical overview of the organization and the progressed into what the ISUH can do and will do going forward. Dr. David Vlahov, the founding president gave this his…
 
In PX40, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Ged Hart the founder of TOM (Total Outdoor Media). Ged talks about the role of outdoor advertising within urban and regional areas. He talks of the broader role played by the medium not often appreciated, that is of a public messaging outlet for public wellbeing campaigns. Ged a long standing veteran …
 
In PX39 Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview landscape architect Tim Vernon of the CDA Design Group. Tim talks about the changes since he started work in the 1980's, the influence of travel, sources of inspiration and the contemporary challenges (and joys) of landscape architecture. Podcast released 6 July 2018. Technical production by Zak Willsa…
 
In PX38, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Dr Elizabeth Taylor (RMIT) and David Nichols (Melb. Uni). Elizabeth and David produce 'This Must be the Place', an urban planning/history podcast also produced in Melbourne. In this 'cross interview' with our podcasting 'cousins' we talk about the divide between the academic world of planning and the …
 
IN PX37, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Brett Davis - Executive Director Regional Victoria of the Victorian Planning Authority. Brett discusses the particular issues and merits of regional planning. He also discusses his experiences as a Panel Member sitting in judgement of planning proposals at Planning Panels Victoria. Brett has worked at…
 
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