Nathan Freeman

Town Planner + Development Consultant

Phone: 0415 760 804
Email: nathan@insitesjc.com.au
MPIA, CPP

Nathan has been a town planner with InsiteSJC for over 10 years.  Prior to joining, Nathan worked in South East Queensland as a transport planner for Queensland Transport.  Nathan has formal qualifications through the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Regional Town Planning (Hons) and is also a Certified Practising Planner with the Planning Institute of Australia.
Nathan works predominately with our private development client to achieve a successful outcomes on their projects.  Nathan’s dynamic approach to development projects promotes effective and efficient outcomes for his clients.  Nathan has experience on a broad range of development projects, including master planned communities, hospital extensions and upgrades, school re-developments, major tourist facilities, subdivisions, affordable housing, commercial and industrial developments, rural and extractive industries, and multi-unit projects.  Nathan is also used as an expert witness through the Planning and Environment Court.
In addition to his work with private development clients, Nathan also has extensive local government experience, having consulted to over 20 local governments since his time at InsiteSJC.  Nathan has worked both in-house and as an external consultant to improve systems, process and procedures.  His development assessment experience and knowledge of local government is highly beneficial to our clients.
Nathan has excellent experience with a variety of development projects and has been heavily involved with local government processes during the past ten years, both as an applicant and consultant to several councils.
Nathan is an excellent project manager, especially for private development projects, that require a coordinator to bring together the appropriate personnel and resources for a successful project outcome. He coordinates the lodgement of applications with other consultants and closely follows the process through assessment and decision phases.