The UniSA Space Management & Planning Guidelines support optimal space utilisation across the University. Originally developed in 1999, the Guidelines were substantially updated in 2015 to reflect contemporary practice in space planning and management. The Guidelines set out roles and responsibilities for space management, provide planning guidelines for a range of teaching and research facilities, and promote collaborative workspace design.
Collaborative workspaces enable the University to:
Contemporary collaborative workplaces must be adaptable to change in work practices and technology, be cost and space effective and, most importantly, support what people do rather than who they are. For this reason, our staff will be accommodated in flexible open workspaces that offer a balance of active team spaces and reflective individual spaces.
UniSA Space Management & Planning Guidelines