Protocol Framework

Twelve basic principles underpin the Protocol. These are divided into eight principles about design (outcomes) and four principles about leadership and governance (process). These principles, are interrelated with the five foundation pillars of the Protocol, as illustrated in the matrix below.

SUMMARY OF AIM AND PRINCIPLES

What is being achieved (outcome) How it’s achieved (process)
Aim
Creates productive, sustainable + liveable places for people, through leadership and the integration of design excellence
Productivity
Enhances economic prosperity+ living affordability
Sustainability
Fosters environmental responsibility
Liveability
Cultivates healthy, cohesive + inclusive communities
Leadership
Demonstrates visionary leadership + governance
Design
Integrates design + embraces excellence
Design principles about place: productivity + sustainability

Enhancing

Enhances local economy, environment + community

   

Connected

Connects physically + socially

     

Diverse

Diversity of options + experiences

       

Enduring

Sustainable, enduring + resilient

     
Design principles about people: liveability

Comfortable

Comfortable + welcoming

   

Vibrant

Vibrant, with people around

   

Safe

Feels safe

   

Walkable

Enjoyable + easy to walk + bicycle around

   
Principles about leadership and governance

Context

Works within the planning, physical + social context

   

Engagement

Engages with stakeholders

     

Excellence

Excellence, innovation + collaboration

     

Custodianship

Considers custodianship, management + maintenance over time

   

 

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Last modified: August 26, 2015