SENIOR URBAN PLANNER
Since joining Rowe Group in 2008, Rebecca has had a direct role in a number of the organisation’s key structure planning and subdivision projects. Rebecca strives to achieve the best possible outcomes for the project to Client expectations, whilst giving due consideration to the environment and community. By engaging and drawing on her own values, Rebecca seeks to create a collaborative and positive team environment while still maintaining a strong degree of leadership.
Years working in the Industry
- Structure Planning 100% 100%
- Subdivion 100% 100%
- Detailed Area Planning 100% 100%
These values also help to establish strong and positive working relationships with all stakeholders involved with her projects, including state and local government representatives and other relevant authorities, community members, the Client and project team. These relationships are key to ensuring outcomes and objectives are achieved and the project runs smoothly.
- Jandakot Structure Plan Corridor (Honeywood , Honeywood Rise and Mandogalup Local Structure Plan areas) – MRS and Local Scheme Amendments, local structure planning, Local Structure Plan amendments (both major and minor), subdivision, Local Development Plans and Development Applications for approximately 2,400 residential lots over 230 hectares of land constrained by wetlands, noise impacts from the Kwinana Freeway and Perth to Mandurah Railway line, fire risk mitigation, the Peel Main Drain, high voltage power lines, the DBNGP corridor, and tree and vegetation retention.
- Heron Park (Phase 2) – Scheme Amendment, Local structure planning and subdivision for approximately 1,500 lots over 32 stages, with the delivery of the first subdivision approval within one year of commencement of planning. The design was focused around the incorporation of a linear open space network responding to existing drainage lines to achieve maximum design efficiency for the site and seek a greater return on investment, as well as ensuring connectivity and integration with the existing development stages (Heron Park – Phase 1).
- Byford Town Centre – review and modification of the Local Structure Plan to more appropriately align with the District Structure Plan and the Shire’s vision for the locality, including considerations for and inclusion of a METRONET precinct in accordance with the State Government planning framework.
Hammond Park – various Local Structure Plans and subdivision approvals to provide for urban residential development, including considerations and planning for a neighbourhood centre.
- Mundijong Precinct E1 – Local Structure Plan, subdivision, Design Guidelines, and Detailed Area Plans for 850 lots within the Mundijong urban precinct.
- Forest Lakes, Thornlie – Various Subdivision Applications and Local Development Plans to progress development within the estate in line with current design principles and market expectations.
- McLachlan Ridge, Quindalup – Local Structure Planning and Subdivision for a Rural Residential estate in the South West, with the design centred around fire management and vegetation retention, as well as consideration for servicing requirements and community benefit.
- Wungong Urban Water Master Plan – Independent Review of the Development Contribution Plan to provide recommendations and strategies to assist in the finalisation of the DCP, required to facilitate the normalisation process.
- Bachelor of Arts Honours (Urban and Regional Planning) Curtin University (2009).