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Our Story

Formed in 2016, Property Change is a Melbourne based town planning and property practice.

Property Change itself came from an analysis as to whether we want property to stay the same or change and what way we want it to change. Inspired by Ebenezer Howard, the garden city and the three magnets of change. Change often depends on what we consider to be good/bad in terms of design, the process of change and the power structures of government.

Our directors and Senior Associates entered private consulting after being in local government. This gives them a broad range of experience in statutory planning with expertise in processes surrounding development assessment. 

Skills as a statutory planner allow them to provide advice to clients across a range of regulatory frameworks and development scenarios. This includes project positioning, due diligence, approval strategy investigations and management of an array of planning applications.

Property Change has an excellent record in obtaining approvals through government authorities and has a thorough understanding of the broad range of factors influencing development within the urban planning sphere. Our boutique, yet specialised nature, ensure timely project delivery and best practice outcomes are delivered well within budget.

The Team

Lloyd Anderson

Founding Director

Lloyd Anderson is the founding Director of Property Change, with more than ten years experience in the government and private sectors.

Lloyd entered into private consulting after being a Senior Planning Officer in local government. Lloyd has a broad range of experience in statutory planning with particular expertise in processes surrounding development assessment.

Riley Carson

Planning Consultant

Riley is a keen member of the property change team. In his 4th and final year of completing his bachelor of urban and regional planning at RMIT University, Riley is passionate about the Victorian planning system, and is currently working as a planning assistant at Property Change to support with development applications and queries. Riley has great communication skills and works very well in a team environment.

Josh Norris

Planning Assistant

Josh Norris is studying Urban and Regional Planning at RMIT and transitioning into his career as a statutory planner. His study has driven a passion for environmental affairs within the urban context.

Josh’s strengths include his due diligence in research and attention to detail as well as his communication throughout the planning process. He seeks to continue to develop his planning skills in the remainder of his study and continuing forward in his planning career.