Regulations

Event Urban Design Committee Meeting

February 25, 2015 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

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Mission:
Develop and promote public programs to raise public awareness of the value of architecture.

Meetings:
The Urban Design Committee meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 12:00 PM at the Austin Center for Architecture.

Event RESIDENTIAL ROUNDTABLE: 2015 City of Austin Residential Update

January 26, 2015 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

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AIA MEMBERS - Join our Residential Liaison & AIA Austin 2015 President, Stuart Sampley, AIA as he  updates members about City of Austin residential zoning & building code changes made over the last year, which effect architects and their practice within the City of Austin. 1 LU/HSW. 

CodeNEXT Roundtable - Code Diagnosis

(reposting from May 6, 2014-- this is a great overview)  

What is CodeNEXT?
  CodeNEXT is the new City of Austin initiative to revise the Land Development Code, which determines how land can be used throughout the city - including what can be built, where it can be built, and how much can (and cannot) be built.
  The process is a collaboration between Austin's residents, business community, and civic institutions to align our land use standards and regulations with what is important to the community.

designvoice presents: Inspiring Ideas for Austin [April 24th]

designvoice presents: INSPIRING IDEAS FOR AUSTIN

    LIVE     |     WORK     |     PLACE    |     ECONOMY

 

Thursday, April 24th | 6:30pm - 8:00pm

Penn Field, Building C Atrium | 3601 S Congress Ave 

doors open at 6:00pm  |  reception and discussion to follow

 

BIG IDEAS FOR LIVING IN A GROWING AUSTIN 

Looking toward future leaders

AIA Austin's Advocacy board met on election day Tuesday, March 4th.  This is a season of change.  City council will be completely restructured this November.  City staff is experiencing major changes in planning leadership, including the departure of Garner Stoll.  Meanwhile, implementation of Imagine Austin raises CodeNEXT questions about how to reorient our existing codes and processes in the midst of the leadership transition. 

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