The NZPI Supporters Initiative Programme has been designed to forge stronger links between employers of planners and the Institute.
Benefits to becoming a NZPI Supporter include discounts on membership, CPD and advertising fees, access to NZPI communications such as Planning Quarterly, Planning Focus and NZPI's highly valued Salary Survey.
In return employers agree to support their planner employees in their professional membership of NZPI and their continuing professional development. To review a copy of the NZPI Supporters Agreement, please email to email@example.com.
Please be aware that NZPI has definitive criteria for individual membership categories of NZPI and that those criteria will be applied without bias or preference for all new member applicants under the Partnership Agreement.
The purpose of the Forum is to promote cross-disciplinary understanding of urban design amongst urban professionals, to raise awareness generally at the national and local levels of the benefits of urban design and to provide a forum for discussion of design-based approaches that are relevant to the development and management of New Zealand towns and cities.
For more information see the Urban Design Forum website.
The Quality Planning website promotes best practice by sharing knowledge about all aspects of practice under the Resource Management Act (RMA). This website is for council practitioners and consultants, environmental managers and others involved in resource management practice under the RMA.
For more information see the Quality Planning website.
The Global Planners Network is a plurality of voices with diverse and relevant experience to advocate for effective planning. Member organisations work to advance inclusionary and sustainable planning practice worldwide.
For more information see the Global Planners Network website.
CAP is a major global institution in planning and is playing an increasingly significant role in the worldwide promotion of planning as a fundamental part of governance for sustainable human settlement. CAP currently represents over 40 000 planners from 27 countries throughout the Commonwealth
For more information see the Commonwealth Association of Planners website.