Alliance Members

PMAT Alliance Members

Planning Matters Alliance Tasmania (PMAT) is united with a common concern over the weakening of the state’s planning rules. The Tasmanian Planning Scheme is set to come into effect in 2022/23 and PMAT is committed to making it better.

The level of collaboration and solidarity emerging within this planning campaign and the groups involved is unprecedented in lutruwita/Tasmania and crosses community group genres: Recreation, Environment, Urban/local community associations, European built heritage, rate payers and Friends of groups.


Why Become an Alliance Member?

Being part of a larger group

Being part of a larger grouping that can amplify local planning issues/concerns and argue for systemic change at the state level.

A voice for local groups on major issues

A voice for local groups on major issues – to Parliament/State Government.

Source of advice /information

PMAT as a source of advice /information for groups – on setting up local groups, how to run public meetings, writing submissions etc.

PMAT networks

PMAT networks – fostering contact with other local groups/people with similar concerns.

Help with planning campaigns/issues

Help with planning campaigns/issues at the local level.

Join the Alliance Group

If you’re a group or organisation would like to join the alliance, fill out the form below and one of our staff members will get back to you. Or phone Sophie Underwood on 0407 501 999 or email

Our Alliance Members

Australian Garden History Society Tasmania
Beaumaris Action Network
Better Hobart
BirdLife Tasmania
Blackmans Bay Community Association Inc.
Central North Field Naturalists Inc.
Climate Action Northwest
Council of Hobart Community Associations
Cremorne Community
Cultural Heritage Practitioners
Action Group Inc

East Coast Alliance Inc. (ECA)
Environment Tasmania (ET)
Far South Future Alliance
Fern Tree Community Association (FTCA)
Freycinet Action Network (FAN)
Friends of Great Western Tiers
Friends of North Bruny Inc (FONB Inc.)
Friends of the Blue Tier
Friends of Ralphs Bay
Friends of the Tamar Valley
Friends of Wirksworth
Glebe Residents’ Association
Hands Off Our Gorge
Heritage Protection Society (Tasmania) Inc
Hobart Dog Walking Association Inc.
Hobart Not Highrise Inc
Howden Progress Association Inc
Howrah Hills Landcare Group
Huon Valley Dog Walking Association Inc.
Huon Valley Residents & Ratepayers Association (Inc)
Kangaroo Bay Voice
Launceston Heritage Not Highrise
Marine Protection Tasmania
Meander Area Residents and Ratepayers Association Inc.
Mersey Mountains Action Group (MMAG)
Mount Stuart Residents Inc
Mt Roland Preservation Society Inc.
Neighbours of Fish Farming
New Town Community Association Inc
No Fish Farms in Tasmania’s East Coast Waters
North East Bioregional Network
North West Environment Centre
No Turbine Action Group (NTAG)
Re Imagine The End (RITE)
Residents Opposed to the Cable Car (ROCC)
Seymour Community Action Group
S.O.L.V.E. Supporting Our Loongana Valley Environment Inc.
South Hobart Progress Association
South Hobart Sustainable Community Inc 
Southern Beaches Conservation Society
St Helens Point Progress Association
Taroona Community Association (TCA)
Tasman Peninsula Marine Protection (TPMP)
Tasmanian Aquaculture Reform Alliance
Tasmanian Conservation Trust (TCT)
Tasmanian National Parks Association (TNPA)
Tasmanian Planning Information Network (TasPIN)
Tasmanian Ratepayers Association Inc.
The Bob Brown Foundation
The Bruny Island Community Association (BICA)
The Friends of the Leven
The Rosny Hill Friends Network
The Tasmanian Dog Walking Clubs Inc.
The Wilderness Society (Tasmania) Inc. (TWS)
Waterworks Valley Community Group
Waterworks Valley Landcare Group
Westbury Region Against the Prison Inc
Woodbridge Community Association
Wynyard Landcare     

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