CORE VALUES AWARDS 2014

Congratulations to all the 2014 Core Values Awards winners!

On 22nd October 2014 IAP2 Australasia presented 16 Awards at a Gala Dinner in Sydney. Presented also were the International IAP2 Awards which saw international delegates attending and celebrating with us.

Special congratulations to the City of Melbourne, winning both IAP2 Australasia and IAP2 International Organisation of the Year. It is encouraging to see that Australasia is leading the way in embedding engagement practice. Councillor Richard Foster and Councillor Cathy Oke joined CEO Dr Kathy Alexander in receiving the Award alongside Desley Renton.

Congratulations also to the City of Greater Geraldton and Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute for receiving the IAP2 Australasia Project of the Year and Research Award.

To all our entrants a special thank you and a full list of entrants and project summaries can be found in the 2014 Showcase of Core Values Awards.

WINNERS

Organisation of the Year 2014

IAP2 Australasia and International Winner: City of Melbourne
IAP2 Australasia Highly Commended: Penrith City Council

Research Award 2014

IAP2 International Winner: St. Vrain Valley Schools, Longmont, CO USA
Project: Organizational Training and relationship-Building for Increasing P2 Capacity in Public Schools

IAP2 Australasia Winner: City of Greater Geraldton & Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute.
Project: #ChangesCGG

Project of the Year 2014

IAP2 International Winner: Anglo American Platinum, SRK Consulting, TTM Consulting and Yamedupi Solutions.
Project: Alchemy: Sustainable Community Futures Beyond Mining Through Mining – Engagement

IAP2 Australasia Winner: City of Greater Geraldton & Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute.
Project: #ChangesCGG

IAP2 Australasia Highly Commended: Dept Premier & Cabinet
Project: The Qld Plan: a 30-year Vision

Australasian Project Category

Planning

Winner: City of Greater Geraldton & Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute
Project: #ChangesCGG

Winner: Dept Premier & Cabinet
Project: The Qld Plan: a 30-year Vision

Highly Commended: Seqwater
Project: Seqwater Recreation Review

Infrastructure

Winner: Brisbane City Council Transcity Joint Venture
Project: Legacy Way

Highly Commended: Wellington City Council
Project: City Housing Upgrade Programme

Environment

Winner: City of Melbourne
Project: Melbourne: Creating a City within a Forest

Highly Commended: Wellington City Council
Project: Wellington Town Belt Legislative & Policy Review Transport

Winner: Transport for NSW
Project: North West Rail Link

Health

Winner: Healthy Together Geelong
Project: Healthy Together Geelong - Engage Project

Capacity Building

Winner: Landcorp & Leighton Contractors
Project: Ord River Irrigation Expansion - Community Capacity Building

Highly Commended: City of Melville
Project: Project Robin Hood

Smart Budget

Winner: Brisbane City Council
Project: Shorncliffe Pier Renewal Project Community History

Judges’ Choice

Winner: Deakin University
Project: City of Melbourne Arts Participation Incubator: Next Generation Thinking in the Cultural Sector