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Master of Urban Planning students win three awards at Planning Institute of Australia Awards

Master of Urban Planning students Greg Betts, David Copray, Jonathan Leishman and Michael Zissis recently received three Planning Insitute of Australia (PIA)awards for their Cross-Border Regional Planning: Coastal Queensland and NSW project. They took out PIA Queensland's Award for Excellence in Regional Planning, ahead of six very competitive professional projects by teams from respected consultancies and State and local government. The talented and dedicated team also received a Commendation from PIA NSW in the professional Regional Planning category, and a Certificate of Merit in the Tertiary Student category of the PIA Qld Awards for Excellence.

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