The Minister for Planning has initiated the recruitment process for the inaugural State Planning Commission to be established under the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016.
The Commission will be an independent statutory body responsible for shaping and implementing the state’s new planning system. It will also play a pivotal role in the formulation of the state’s planning, development and infrastructure policies as well as developing and implementing the new e-planning system.
Expressions of interest are sought for up to six members, including a Chair, from a broad range of disciplines with experience in:
- economics, commerce or finance;
- planning, urban design or architecture;
- development or building construction;
- provision or management of infrastructure or transport systems;
- social or environmental policy or science;
- local government, public administration or law
For further information including role statements and a summary of the roles and responsibilities of the Commission, visit the planning reform website.
The advertisment is also available from seek.com.au and submissions close midnight Monday 12 December 2016.