Victorial Park Town Centre Place Making Plan

TPG prepared a place plan for CIT’s Murdoch campus. Achieving the right balance between self-containment (i.e. servicing the campus’s internal needs) and an outward focus is one of the keys to place making for campus environments.

Providing the level of amenity expected by staff and students, maintaining and enhancing desired training and education standards and establishing a campus that is enjoyable and attractive to existing and prospective students are all important elements of CIT’s core business of education and training.

Raising the profile of CIT and ‘reaching out’ beyond the campus has the potential to provide essential services within the broader community that can be of use to the surrounding activities, workforce and student population. This will assist in cementing CIT’s role as an important and valuable contributor to the Murdoch Strategic Activity Centre.

A key focus of the project was to develop built form recommendations to guide detailed architectural design phases of campus expansion.

For more information on this project, contact Sonny Embleton.

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TPG has worked closely with Plus Fitness in putting together a comprehensive SEE which and they continue to improve and assist our franchisees in obtaining what can sometimes be challenging approvals from Councils.

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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