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To support our sustained growth, PSA Consulting have recently appointed a number of talented new staff. From left to right, we are pleased to introduce Natalie Phillips (Office Manager), Rhys Trotman (Traffic Engineering), Melissa Neville (Town Planning), Aaron Donges (Transport Planning)and Jo Trowbridge (Administration). We welcome each of the new members to the PSA team and look forward to seeing their contributions to our services and capabilities.
Over the last year PSA Consulting has grown it’s Traffic Engineering team and we now routinely provide Traffic Impact Assessment (TIA’s) to our clients across Australia.
PSA Consulting is excited to deliver the Logan Reserve planning study, on behalf of Logan City Council which is now on public notification.
Malcolm Griffin presents at the “Transit Orientated Development Australia” conference in Sydney
Congratulations Riverside Christian Church on your recent opening
Franziska Alderton (nee Gottschalk) joins PSA Consulting as a Senior Traffic and Transport Engineer.
PSA Consulting appoints two new Directors
Tim Boxall awarded AITPM Young Professional Award 2016
Nicole Boulton joins PSA as Principal Land Use Planner
Fire Station 101 Launches. Visit http://firestation101.com.au/
Cloncurry Planning Scheme Commences
Merry Christmas from the team at PSA Consulting
Phil, Mal, Dave and the team at PSA Consulting would like to wish all of our clients and colleagues a very merry Christmas and a fabulous 2016. Please be advised that the PSA office will be closed from Thursday 24 December, returning on Monday 04 January 2016.
PSA Consulting proud to support the 2015 Living and Working on Country Conference
PSA Consulting is proud to be a part of this year’s Living and Working on Country Conference as a sponsor. The full day conference will be held on Friday the 30th of October in Cairns. The conference is to be hosted by James Cook University and will examine the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to live and work on their lands.
The Conference will be addressed by internationally renowned keynote speaker Professor Hirini Matunga – Professor at Lincoln University Christchurch, New Zealand. Hirini will speak on what planning means for Maori people and how Maori changed the way that they are recognised and included in planning and development by District and Regional Councils. Fellow keynote speaker Gina Castelain, Managing Director at Aurukun Earthmoving, Wik and Wik Way woman, will speak about what self-determination through economic development means to the Wik and Wik Way people and how they operate businesses and negotiate with mining companies to ensure a better and brighter future for the generations that follow.
Industry leaders, including our Director (Land Use Planning) Malcolm Griffin, will speak on a variety of topics including how to identify economic and development opportunities and navigate the complex statutory frameworks that surround development of the Indigenous Estate.
If you would like to attend the conference please register at http://alumni.jcu.edu.au/CountrySem