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Ian Napier

BSc(hons)Arch. DipPlng(AA) ARAIA RIBA AITPM

Director IN Partnership Consulting Pty Ltd

Ian is an architect planner and urban designer with specialist knowledge of pedestrian planning and the integration of transport systems into community planning. This interest stems from early experience in a multi disciplinary team of engineers, planners and architects in the Greater London Council and was consolidated on arrival in Sydney when he undertook that city’s Pedestrian Action Plan and subsequent pedestrian studies of the Sydney CBD, masterplanning for projects such as Darling Harbour. and the early plans for pedestrians and cyclists at the Olympic sites, Homebush Bay.

Ian has presented and written widely on the topic of pedestrians and although now semi-retired maintains his involvement with these issues as a Director of the international conference organisation, WALK21, and as Convenor of The Walking Volunteers who have produced walking maps for the Sydney Metroplitan area.


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