Trí Spatial Planning is a purpose driven consultancy that applies the 3 pillars of sustainable development to our balanced decision making – Environmental | Social | Economic.
Spatial planning builds on traditional town planning principles and is the established common approach to planning practice across Europe. Compared with other regulatory land-use planning approaches, it is distinctive for: encouraging long-term strategic visions; improved integration across sectoral plans and activity; greater integration of technical & scientific information; balancing environmental, social and economic factors in achieving sustainable development; and advancing engagement with the public and stakeholders.
We bridge the gap between science and policy, integrate research into practice and apply a holistic approach to planning.
Trí Spatial Planning recognise and pay our deepest respect to the Woiwurrung (Wurundjeri), Boonerwrung, Wathaurung, and Dja Dja Wrung peoples of the Kulin Nation. We acknowledge that they are the original and rightful owners of the lands upon which our work is undertaken.
On 15 May 2018 the Minister for Planning gazetted Amendment VC143. The amendment includes two primary changes: (1) clarification of the recently introduced Garden Area requirement within the General Residential Zone (GRZ) and Neighbourhood Residential Zone (NRZ) and...read more
I recently attended the National Conference on Sustainable Development Goals in Ireland to gain an insight into how the UN SDG's are being implemented in Ireland and Europe. Being an Irishman I was very proud to learn that Ireland was influential in the agreement of...read more
Context Increasing population and density in our cities is putting pressure on services in an era where climate change is a paramount concern. Built-form is becoming more intense with hard infrastructure and pavement replacing previous natural environments, producing...read more