The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) champions quality design for public open spaces, stronger communities and greater environmental stewardship.
Our work aims to assist federal government agencies by promoting policy solutions to create better design, planning and management outcomes for the natural and built environment.
This work includes responses and submissions to discussion papers, draft legislation and parliamentary inquiries.
AILA's Submission for the Inquiry into the Australian Government's Role in the Development of Cities
AILA's Review of Climate Change Policies
AILA's response to the Smart Cities and Suburbs Program Draft Guidelines
AILA's Smart Cities Plan
Federal Election Campaign - AILA's Election Responder
Living Cities Workshop Report
AILA Infrastructure Australia Submission
Senate Inquiry into Stormwater management
Working Towards a National Clean Air Agreement Discussion Paper
Productivity Commission Barriers to Effective Climate Change Adaptation
Murray Darling Basin Plan
Draft National Urban Policy
National Sustainable Population Strategy
National Building Energy Standard-Setting, Assessment and Rating Framework
State- or territory-based submissions are undertaken by each of the chapters. See: