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David Lock Associates is looking for an experienced Associate Planner with a focus on business growth and development.
If you have strong networks in the Melbourne market, a track record in building and maintaining client relationships and delivering excellent planning outcomes for clients, this could be the role for you.
This is a permanent, full-time position in our office in South Melbourne. Please review the detailed duties and responsibilities on Seek for more information on the next steps.
Our Sydney office has turned one and what a year it has been!
We have diversified our project base and are now actively involved in a range of schemes including industrial lands, residential, aged care and integrated transport and land use.
This month David Lock Associates celebrates one year in the Sydney market, with a proud record of achievement in delivering increased housing capacity in Australia’s biggest city.
David Lock Associates has joined with a group of industry professionals to make a submission to the Residential Zones Standing Advisory Committee set up by the Victorian government.
Issues related to the proposed application of the proposed zones by many councils were highlighted in a letter from 35 industry professionals featured in The Age.
Statutory Planner Nick Roebuck has joined David Lock Associates' Melbourne office.
Nick comes to David Lock with some excellent experience in Regional Victoria and in Singapore and Sri Lanka through a variety of student placements, including with SAMWOO Engineering in Singapore.
David Lock Associates is pleased to announce the promotion of experienced planner Holly Patrick who permanently joins its Sydney office this week.
The long-awaited revised exempt and complying development provisions for commercial and industrial development will come into force on 22 February 2014 in NSW. But how do they differ from the current system of streamlined assessment and approvals and what will they mean for the way in which we approach commercial and industrial development projects in the future?
The Port Adelaide town centre and waterfront presents a significant opportunity to evolve the historic shipping and industrial harbour to a contemporary mixed use urban design area with a sustainable local economy and regional activity centre.