Urban Design Forum (UDF)Urban Design Forum (UDF) began in Melbourne in 1986 as a network of enthusiastic and creative people committed to making a significant contribution to improving the functioning and quality of our cities and towns.
Its intentions were to be: inclusive, dynamic and influential and non-institutional. Its people (it does not have formal membership) include professionals from a wide range of disciplines, and others interested in the aims of the group.
UDF became an incorporated entity in 1989. Since that time, the network has spread across Australia, with linkages to similar groups in New Zealand and other places.
Since 1987, UDF has produced a quarterly publication, called Urban Design Forum, which is distributed free throughout Australia to members of the Planning Institute of Australia and the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects, and a diverse list of people and organisations in Australia, New Zealand and other countries.
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⊜ 143 Franklin Street Melbourne | Map
❊ Web Links ❊
→ Urban Design Forum (UDF)
→ Royal Australian Institute of Architects
→ Australian Institute of Landscape Architects
→ Planning Institute of Australia
→ Pedestrian Council of Australia - www.walk.com.au
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