A selection of projects of the Civic Trust since 2001

2001 - Developed the World Heritage Seminar in conjunction with the ICOMOS conference in Adelaide.

2002 - Founded the Australian World Heritage Network (2-year operation).

2002 - Facilitated Aboriginal participation in Encounter 2002.

2004 - Commemoration of the 1954 Adelaide Earthquake, including a seminar on 1 March. Samples of newspaper articles include The Advertiser and the Weekly Times. See also "Earthquake Risk in South Australia" and attached links.

2004 - National student design competition for a new tower for Parliament House in Adelaide.

2004 - Named National Exemplar for the Year of the Built Environment - presented at the Sydney Opera House.

2007 - Urban design concept for the Adelaide inner west precinct.

2007 - Investigation into the effect of the Tasmanian Pulp Mill on SA fishing grounds as a result of Pacific gyres - gained national TV coverage and a request by the Chief Scientist for a report from Gunns Timber Mill on the effect of the mill on the marine environment.

2009 - Design concept for the Torrens precinct, including native vegetation and increasing the landscaping by lowering the water level. The design was published in The Advertiser and AdelaideNow.

2009 - Joint founder of the Water Action Coalition, including hosting the website.  

2010 - Commenced the annual Australian Civic Trust Prize for Civic Design in conjunction with the School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design, University of Adelaide.

2011 - Commenced a Public involvement program as a series of projects to promote the public guidance of developments.

2012 - Extended the Awards & Brickbats to include Risks & Opportunities as a SWOT review of the civic environment driven by public nominations.

2013 - Concept design for the Torrens riverbank precinct, with walkways linked to the city.