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Healthy Spaces and Places is a unique collaboration of the Australian Local Government Association (ALGA), the National Heart Foundation of Australia (Heart Foundation) and the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA), with funding support from the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing. The following people are acknowledged for the contribution to the project.

Project Steering Committee members:

Larissa Karpish (ALGA)
Rolf Fenner (ALGA)
Matthew Lawrence (ALGA) – until January 2008
Trevor Shilton (Heart Foundation)
Jenni Carr (Heart Foundation)
Stephanie Knox (PIA)
Anne Moroney (PIA)
Karen Wright (PIA)
Liz de Chastel (PIA)  - until August 2008
Various Departmental Officers from the Department of Health and Ageing


Expert reviewers:

Wendy Bell, Bell Planning Associates, Adelaide
Liz de Chastel, SGS Economic and Planning, Canberra
Jenny Donovan, David Lock Associates, Melbourne
Billie Giles-Corti, University of Western Australia, Perth
Nikki Huddy, Planz Town Planning, Cairns
Andrew Gow, Greater Southern Area Health Service, Braidwood NSW
Stacey Quayle, SQ Planning, Canberra
Ian Sinclair, Edge Planning, Bowral, NSW
Susan Thompson, University of New South Wales, Sydney
Knowles Tivendale, Booz & Co, Melbourne
Jenny Veitch, Deakin University, Melbourne
Brett Wood-Gush, TPG Town Planning and Urban Design, Perth

Project team:

Anne Moroney, Project Manager
Karen Wright, Assistant Project Manager
Stephanie Knox, Planning Consultant
Rebecca Olthoff, Workshop Coordinator – until February 2009
Bonney Corbin, Focus Group Coordinator – from February 2009
Alison Foulsham, Communications Consultant

Design and Photography:

LINK Web Services, Canberra, Website design
Pamela Miller Photographer, Photography
SGS Economics and Planning, Photography
TPG Town Planning and Urban Design, Photography and diagrams
PLACE Design Group, Brisbane, Flash image design



Last updated on 22nd July, 2009

Sponsors This project was funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing.