The Planning Boardroom is the key portal for discussions on urban planning, property development and architecture. The website provides the most comprehensive information on the latest issues and policies influencing the built environment.
A boardroom is the essential venue for discussions, sharing information and collaboration. This website has been developed to form a similar environment from the comfort of your computer.
The Planning Boardroom was established in March 2010 because there was a need for more collaboration and knowledge-sharing among the professionals involved in the property industry. Additionally, there was no centralised forum to access planning and development information for the Australian industry.
Articles- Featured articles on on issues ranging from architecture, infrastructure, property development, real estate, technology and urban planning.
Latest News Around Australia- Hand-picked news articles relevant to the industry is updated regularly to the website. Now there’s no need to spend hours browsing news websites for information.
Boardroom Brief- a fortnightly email newsletter dedicated to keeping you informed on the latest articles and news.
Publications- a collection of reports, fact sheets and tips prepared by The Planning Boardroom.
Ask the Experts- exclusive interviews with leading architects and planners.
Videos- a collection of videos on a broad spectrum of issues influencing the built environment.
Meaningful Messages- a collection of inspirational quotes from leaders in the built environment. These appear randomly in the right column of the website.
Affordable Housing Portal- your one stop shop for links to government and professional organisations, and also published reports on this important issue.
About the Director
Eli Gescheit is a qualified Urban Planner based in Sydney, Australia and graduated from the University of New South Wales in 2008. He is married with two children.
Eli has 6 years experience in both private consultancies and local Councils in various urban planning positions in Sydney. He is currently working at Hurstville Council as the Development Enquiry Planner and is also responsible for assessing Development Applications.
For a detailed overview of Eli’s professional experience read his LinkedIn profile here.