It is a day of celebration as four of our planning team graduate from the University of NSW today.

Congratulations to Rebecca O’Donnell, Chloe Boyd, Zoe Spurway and William Wolter – you have worked so hard over the last few years and your successes are very much deserved.

An exciting and rewarding future is now waiting for you to make your mark upon it and we are looking forward to working with you as you further develop your careers.

Rebecca O’Donnell, Bachelor of City Planning (Hons)

Rebecca has experience in the analysis of statutory and non-statutory planning controls and the development of high-quality planning outcomes. Rebecca has been involved in a variety of projects, including the preparation of development applications for residential, commercial, mixed use and industrial development at sites across NSW. From this, she has gained a broader understanding of the NSW planning system and has acquired experience in how it can facilitate the needs of our clients.

Chloe Boyd, Bachelor of City Planning (Hons)

Chloe is an enthusiastic young planner who looks forward to continuing her work in the strategic and statutory planning fields and expanding her knowledge of the planning system. Through her involvement in a variety of projects within metropolitan and regional NSW, Chloe is continually developing her planning skills and knowledge with regard to strategic and statutory planning, always aiming to find the best outcome for clients.

Zoe Spurway, Bachelor of City Planning (Hons) Class 2, Division 2)

Zoe is diligent town planner who has gained experience and knowledge in statutory and strategic planning through her involvement in a variety of projects. Zoe’s enthusiasm to continue to develop her planning skills is supported by her strong project management, research and organisational skills that drives and achieves the best outcomes for her clients and built environment.

William Wolter, Bachelor of City Planning (Hons)

William is a passionate town planner who strives to deliver timely and positive development outcomes for clients. With sound experience in local government, his versatile skillset includes knowledge in both strategic policy and statutory planning. William has been responsible for the assessment of a range of residential, commercial and industrial developments which has equipped him with strong communication and time management skills.