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2020 Core Values Awards

The Core Values Awards build awareness, contribute to the practice and be recognised for excellence in public participation.

2020 Australasia Showcase

2020 Winners

Congratulations to the 2020 IAP2 Core Values Awards Winners. This year we presented 18 Awards across 10 categories.

To all our entrants a special thank you.

Australasian Organisation of the Year 

Winner: Melbourne Water
Project: Next Generation Engagement at Melbourne Water

Highly Commended: Central Coast Council
Project: A fresh start for engagement

Australasian Project of the Year 

Winner: City of Sydney
Project: Planning for 2050

Runner up: Shire of Augusta Margaret River, Climate Action Augusta Margaret River and Elton Consulting
Project: Climate Action Plan/Summit

Research 

Winner: Institute for Public Policy and Governance: University of Technology Sydney
Project: Community Engagement in Australian Local Government: The Practice and its Pressures

Planning

Winner: City of Sydney
Project: Planning for 2050

First Highly Commended: District Council of Yankalilla
Project: Nature’s Best, Let’s Plan The Rest

Second Highly Commended: Department of State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning, Articulous, Gold Coast Waterways Authority, City of Gold Coast, Deicke Richards and John Gaskell Planning Consultants.
Project: The Spit Master Plan: from conflict to consensus

Infrastructure (Construction Phase)

Winner: Lendlease Engineering and Brisbane City Council
Project: Kingsford Smith Drive upgrade: a new entry statement to Brisbane

Highly Commended: The Department of Transport (Regional Roads Victoria)
Project: The Great Ocean Road: caring for a community icon

Infrastructure (Planning and Design Phase)

Winner: Transport for NSW
Project: Involving community in the design of the Princes Highway upgrade in the face of bushfire and COVID-19 crises

Highly Commended: City of South Perth
Project: City of South Perth: Connect South

Health

Winner: RACQ and democracyCo
Project: Rethink CTP Online Citizens’ Jury

Environment

Winner: Shire of Augusta Margaret River, Climate Action Augusta Margaret River and Elton Consulting
Project: Climate Action Plan/Summit

Highly Commended: Northern Beaches Council
Project: Protect. Create. Live Northern Beaches Environment & Climate Change Strategy 2040

Disaster and Emergency Services

Winner: Department of Transport (Regional Roads Victoria)
Project: Golden Ball Bridge – North East Victoria

Community Development 

Winner: Sydney Olympic Park Authority
Project: Sydney Olympic Park Disability Inclusion Engagement – Development and Implementation of Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2019-22​​​​​

Judges’ Encouragement Award

Winner: MATES in Construction Queensland Australian Institute of Suicide Research and Prevention
Project: The Apprentices Research Project

In the coming weeks and months, we will hear more from our winners through interviews, case studies and webinars.

Find out more about the winners

Take a look at the award winners project videos.

Australian Organisation of the Year Entry | Next Generation Engagement at Melbourne Water – Melbourne Water

Australasia Research Entry | Community Engagement in Australian Local Government: The Practice and its Pressures – Institute for Public Policy and Governance: University of Technology Sydney

Project of the Year | Planning for 2050 – City of Sydney

Australasia Research Entry | Community Engagement in Australian Local Government: The Practice and its Pressures – Institute for Public Policy and Governance: University of Technology Sydney

Planning | Planning for 2050 – City of Sydney

Infrastructure (Construction Stage) | Kingsford Smith Drive upgrade: a new entry statement to Brisbane – Lendlease Engineering and Brisbane City Council

Infrastructure (Planning and Design Stage) | Involving community in the design of the Princes Highway upgrade in the face of bushfire and COVID-19 crises – Transport for NSW 

Health | Rethink CTP Online Citizens’ Jury – RACQ and democracyCo 

Environment | Climate Action Plan/Summit – Shire of Augusta Margaret River, Climate Action Augusta Margaret River and Elton Consulting

Disaster and Emergency Services | Golden Ball Bridge – North East Victoria – Department of Transport (Regional Roads Victoria)

Community Development | Sydney Olympic Park Disabilty Inclusion Engagement – Development and Implementation of Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2019-22 – Sydney Olympic Park Authority

Helpful Information

Discover more about the 2019 Winners from around the world here.

 If you have any specific questions, please feel free to email Marketing Manager, Josie at josie@iap2.org.au.