Reg is an urban planner interested in metropolitan strategic planning, industrial lands management, spatial analysis and urban economics.

Reg works to achieve positive and equitable outcomes for communities across Australia and New Zealand.

He helps clients evaluate projects and programs, plan places and precincts, and analyse infrastructure funding options and shape good public policy.

He has demonstrated experience delivering work throughout the full project lifecycle, from initial contextual research and socioeconomic profiling, through to core analysis such as capacity and development feasibility modelling, and then developing recommendations and actions.

Reg's specialist expertise includes development contributions planning, socioeconomic analysis, development feasibility modelling, precinct studies and policy analysis. His project experience is wide-ranging. Here are a few examples:

  • studying the economic impacts and feasibility of a new metro station
  • socioeconomic profiling for a city planning design review, and
  • undertaking a detailed examination of land along a major road corridor to inform a strategy for its renewal.

In 2018, Reg was awarded the John Shaw Memorial Prize for the best final year thesis project in Bachelor of Planning at UNSW.