CLE News

CLE Practice Update

The CLE Directors are pleased to announce the promotion of Cameron Leckey and Stephen Carter to Senior Associate.

As Senior Associates Cameron and Stephen will continue to work closely with our Clients on infill, built form, greenfield, centres and industrial projects, both within the Metropolitan Area and the Regions.

Cameron and Stephen continue to draw on extensive local government experience and have demonstrated their ability to realise project outcomes that address agency requirements and add value.

To view our latest Newsletter please click here.

CLE welcome two new members

The CLE team have recently welcomed two new members.

Neil Thom – Executive Manager Urban Design and Chris Leigh – Senior Planner.

Click on the links to learn more about Neil and Chris.

CLE at the UDIA National Congress

CLE were proud to be Gold Sponsors of this year’s UDIA National Congress at the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre. Teaming up with the Black Swan Prize for Portraiture CLE presented a different take on the traditional conference booth.

Peter Kendall, one of Australia’s mostly highly regarded portrait artists, created a painting of UDIA Councillor and Vice President, Mike Best, over a period of 5 hours live at the conference. To view photos of the portrait sitting click here.

CLE were also proud sponsors of the Plenary session “Economy and Resources” featuring talks by Sam Walsh (Chief Executive – Iron Ore & Australia, Rio Tinto) and Dr Chris Caton (BT Chief Economist). To view photos click here.

Brighton District Centre

Following a highly collaborative planning exercise between The City of Wanneroo, The Department of Planning, The Public Transport Authority, our Clients (Satterley Property Group and Department of Housing) and the Brighton Project Team, which included both local and interstate study tours, the WAPC recently granted final adoption to the new Brighton District Centre Structure Plan which proposes around 76,000m2 of commercial, business and office floorspace in the northern corridor.   This is the first greenfield Activity Centre Plan prepared and approved by both the Local Authority and the WAPC under SPP 4.2 and represents a significant planning milestone for all concerned.