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Heavy Engineering Headquarters

Wacol, Queensland

Urban Advisory is leading the design and delivery of a new headquarters for the leading Queensland railway construction and maintenance business.


This includes design of a purpose-built fleet 9 bay maintenance workshop, head office and an innovative training facility; infrastructure coordination (low pressure private sewer); securing government approvals; and managing delivery with a preferred contractor.


A development application is now being considered by Brisbane City Council with construction expected to commence later in 2024.

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Major Development Site

Fortitude Valley, Queensland

Urban Advisory provided transaction advisory services to a landowner who was divesting a site in Fortitude Valley to an interstate investor. The sale was subject to the investor securing a development approval for a build-to-rent apartment building.


The advice assisted the landowner with understanding of planning and development processes and in managing the key risks of certainty and time throughout the planning process.


Future Master Planned Community

South East Queensland

Urban Advisory provided advisory services to Cedar Woods, a large ASX listed property developer on strategy and preliminary design for a new master planned community for 10,000 people.


This included engagement with the State Government and local council to advocate for the project which would provide about 4,000 new lots in the fast growing south-west corridor of south east Queensland.

Health & Medical Centre

Bundaberg, Queensland

Urban Advisory worked with Asset SPS and a landowner to look at ways to increase the value of a residential land holding in Bundaberg.


This involved undertaking a highest and best use assessment of the site which leveraged the proximity of the site to a local retail centre to recommend a preferred development outcome as a medical centre to provide specialist services to the Bundaberg community.


Urban Advisory then led the design process with JSTN Architects and Empire Engineering for an 800m2 NLA medical centre with 43 car parks. Urban Advisory then worked closely with Bundaberg Regional Council to secure an impact assessable development approval. Future activities include tenancy leasing and further contractor engagement.

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Property Acquisitions

Australia wide

Urban Advisory has assisted a number of clients  by providing planning and development due diligence to inform property acquisitions.

Acquisitions have been for future single and multi-residential and commercial development sites; subdivision sites; and passive investments.

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Master Planned Community Hub

Sunnybank Hills, Queensland

Urban Advisory partnered with Asset SPS and Wylde Co Architects on a community development hub master plan in Sunnybank Hills.


The master plan is structured around the existing community uses and leverages the surplus land to deliver a range of complementary development outcomes (child care, health and medical, office).


The master plan is supported by a preliminary commercial strategy to provide the landowner options for delivery.

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