Curtin University Place Activation Plan

In recent years, Curtin has sought to establish an international reputation for academic excellence.

TPG was the lead consultant in preparing the Curtin University Place Activation Plan, which considered that a fun and vibrant campus is a significant aspect of student satisfaction and a hook to attracting students. International benchmarks suggest a move towards ‘university towns’ where campuses provide more of the day-to-day services, accommodation and entertainment on campus rather than on the periphery.

The plan focused on establishing a variety of attractive destinations and precincts on campus to attract students to stay on campus for longer and seek activities that complement the core educational function.

This project was peer reviewed by internationally renowned Fred Kent of Project for Public Spaces (PPS).

In many ways, campus planning is like a microcosm of a larger city context and the principles we applied to this project are adaptable to a variety of contexts.

For more information on the Curtin Activation Plan, please contact Sonny Embleton.

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TPG has always been understanding of our requirements as a fast growing company and has always been willing to assist us in any way they can to better understand and develop our processes across a variety of challenging situations and circumstances. This helps us achieve favourable results and a positive experience for our Franchisees. TPG’s professional approach, product knowledge and willingness to understand our industry makes them a pleasure to deal with and they are an integral part of our business. We would have no hesitation in recommending their services to anyone considering engaging the services of a Town Planner.

John Fuller
Founding CEO
Plus Fitness

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