SGS is excited to welcome Liz Mackevicius to the team as an Associate. Liz's career experience includes a number of years within State and Local Government, as well as in the private sector.
National Shelter, Community Sector Banking and SGS Economics and Planning have formed a partnership to develop and release the Rental Affordability Index (RAI) on a quarterly basis. It is an easy to understand indicator of rental affordability applied to geographic areas across Australia.
SGS Consultant, Laura Schmahmann received a commendation in the Young Planner of the Year Award category at the PIA NSW Awards for Planning Excellence held last night.
SGS Principal and Partner Marcus Spiller presented to the Whitlam Hamer Legacy conference titled ‘Challenges for Australian Cities’, hosted by RMIT, the John Cain Foundation, the Hamer Family Fund and the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute on November 5 2015 in Melbourne.
SGS Principal and Partner, Dr Marcus Spiller addressed the Property Council of Australia on the merits of Melbourne’s Urban Growth Boundary, at the Property Council 2015 Growth Summit.
SGS is thrilled to welcome Camy Kinloch back from maternity leave. Camy returns as an Associate in the Sydney Practice.
SGS is excited to announce that Glen Kierse has joined our team as a Principal. Glen brings with him over 30 years of professional experience.
The SGS Partners are thrilled to announce the addition of Daniela Jovanovic and Bill Dunbar to the Partnership Group. This is a significant step forward for SGS towards our vision of being a college of professionals providing Australia's best independent policy advice.
Answering the question 'Is life in Sydney getting better?' is a multidimensional challenge. To understand the progress of Sydney we must examine many aspects of people's lives - their incomes, their work life balance, their health, the quality of their environment, their access to opportunities, and so on.
The Sunday Herald Sun has reported on a SGS study commissioned by the Victorian Taxi Association which looked into the contribution of the Victorian taxi industry to the State’s economy. The analysis shows that the industry is projected to provide close to 17,000 jobs and generate $822 million in revenue...