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AIM703 - Introduction to Heritage Planning

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Not offered in 2013,  re-offered 2014

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Credit point(s):1
Offerings: Trimester 2
EFTSL value: 0.125
Unit chair:K Buckley

AIM701 and AIM705 or permission from the unit chair.

Note: Online teaching methods require internet access. Please refer to the most current computer specifications.


  1. The Emergence of Heritage Planning in Australia
  2. Current Approaches to Heritage Planning in Australia
  3. Indigenous Heritage and Planning
  4. Heritage Planning in the Asia Pacific Region
  5. Defining Heritage Places and Precincts
  6. The Planner’s Tool Kit for Heritage Planning 1
  7. The Planner’s Tool Kit for Heritage Planning 2
  8. Heritage Listing and the Property Market
  9. The Economic Effects of Heritage Listing
  10. Contemporary Issues in Heritage Planning
  11. Communities and Heritage Planning This amounts to compression of the topics on law and the property market; and addition of specific topics on Asia-Pacific and Indigenous issues in planning


Two assignments totalling 5000 words, 35% and 45%. Weekly online discussion participation, 20%.

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