$295 incl GST | This 12-hour online short course introduces urban planning practice with a focus on how to read a plan, understand development controls and other planning rules that effect property and how to navigate through the resource consenting and other land use controls processes.
This short course features five multi-part lectures starting with an overview of planning and basic planning controls then leads into the Resource Management Act and types of plans under the RMA. Course participants will learn how to read a plan and assess the development potential of a property based on its planning constraints. The resource consenting process is detailed including plan changes. The course concludes with the Medium Density Residential Standards and upcoming planning legislation changes.
WHO CAN BENEFIT?
Anyone who deals with the development and management of land and property. This might include property developers, architects, engineers, quantity surveyors, building surveyors, housing policymakers, community housing service providers, real estate agents, facilities and property managers, commercial leasing agents and sales brokers, tradespeople, homebuyers and legal professionals advising clients on property issues.
This short course is derived from a university course taught in New Zealand.