With 20 years delivering social sustainable outcomes for government, communities, and enterprise, Ethos Urban is proud to announce its appointment of Liesl Codrington as its new Director, Social Strategy and Engagement.
Ethos Urban has rebranded and appointed seven national sector leaders to drive growth and improve the way it helps clients deal with the increased complexity of both public and private sector projects.
The first housekeeping amendment to the new NSW State Environmental Planning Policy (Housing SEPP) 2021 was released last Friday which has clarified and corrected a number of issues in the initial drafting of the seniors housing part of the Housing SEPP (November 2021).
Two years of COVID-19 has exposed serious gaps in Australia’s approach to social, affordable and low(er) cost housing. Most state governments are now motivated to fix the flaws made obvious when whole sectors of society experienced job losses, social isolation and financial dependency on government.
Social infrastructure investment plans and funding streams for the Aerotropolis need to be urgently clarified to deliver on the promise of the new city becoming a globally, leading high-amenity city that will attract significant business investment.
The 1908 edition of the Australian Year Book records that Melbourne’s population in 1906 was 526,400 persons. In the same year, the Victorian regional city of Ballarat recorded a population of 48,565 persons, making it Victoria’s ...
Why Ethos Urban?
We assist our clients with identifying project risks, overcoming challenges, and in navigating a clear pathway to achieve their project objectives. Our in-depth sector knowledge, underpinned by 30 years' experience, provides the support to drive innovative urban experiences.
People are our ethos. Our reputation as a market leading planning, design, engagement, economics, social strategy and project advisory & management firm is the result of having valued and passionate people who want to make a difference to everyone’s experience of urban living.