Hallmark Editions is a conference management, publishing and online services company, focused on servicing significant industries and sectors, often in partnership with industry and professional associations.
Hallmark’s print publications are complemented by a fast-growing online presence which includes emailed newsletters in the environment, research, infrastructure and local government fields, as well as web-based informational directories.
Planning News is a free monthly newsletter service for town planning and urban design professionals within local and state government as well as the private sector. The email-based newsletter provides news briefs, best practice and innovative ideas, diary dates and senior job vacancies.
Planning News is brought to you by the Local Government Team at Hallmark Editions which publishes Councillor Magazine, Public Works Engineering (for the IPWEA), LG News and LGJobs.
Each week, we also provide an up-to-date listing of vacancies within the planning profession in the public and private sectors. PlanJobs will alert planning professionals to employment opportunities within the planning field.
Public Works Engineering
Public Works Engineering is the flagship journal of the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australia (IPWEA), whose members play a powerful role within infrastructure, asset management, water and stormwater and waste management areas, among others.
Published bi-monthly, Public Works Engineering is the key information tool for Institute members and anyone involved in decisions about plant hire, workplace safety, parks and gardens, streetscapes and lighting, road maintenance, GIS software, wastewater re-use, waste-to-energy, vehicle and fleet management and maintenance, security, environmental management and performance.
- information about new products and services relevent to public works engineers
- special features on vital public works activities and sectors
- regular columns on purchasing, managing and maintaining infrastructure
- leading-edge material on emerging issues: waste-to-energy, salinity, environmental performance, greenhouse emission reductions, and more
Each issue is distributed to over 5,500 public sector engineers and managers in the local government field, as well as engineers in public utilities in the water, electricity, transportation and allied areas. This includes the members of IPWEA who receive the magazine as part of their membership. The magazine is also subscribed to by many companies and consultants in the private sector. Special over-runs of the magazine are typically distributed at major IPWEA events such as conferences, exhibitions and field days.
Public Works Engineering is edited by Ben Hutchison.