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Planner (alpine, town, transport, coastal, statutory, heritage)

Role and key duties

Planning is a broadly based discipline and it is possible to specialise in a wide range of fields, including alpine, town, transport, coastal, statutory and heritage planning. Urban, city or town planning is the discipline of land use planning. Transport planning is involved with the siting of transportation facilities. Coastal management concerns reducing coastal erosion and flooding. Statutory planning manages developments to ensure they benefit the general public. Heritage planners advise residents and property owners who are proposing to alter, extend or demolish heritage places.

Minimum qualification required

Completion of a Degree in Urban, Rural and Environmental Planning, Regional and Urban Planning, or Applied Science with a major in Planning or Urban Planning and Development.

Recommended qualification

Degree in Urban, Rural and Environmental Planning, Regional and Urban Planning, or Applied Science with a major in Planning or Urban Planning and Development.


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Property and land management
This area involves planning and managing the development and use of land in both urban and suburban settings. The Victorian Government works in partnership with farmers, land care groups, industry, catchment bodies and others to conserve our vital land and water resources and ensure they are used in ways that optimise the prosperity of communities around the state.


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