Melbourne’s Trusted Town Planning Consultants
Since our inception in 2000, we’ve become a prominent provider of reliable services that have established a name for excellence. Keen Planning is a leading firm of consultants in Melbourne, specialising in managing the town planning process throughout Port Phillip, Glen Eira, Bayside, Stonnington and surrounding areas.
Our company has developed a highly effective system for managing the permit application process (our proven approach), and planning appeals throughout metropolitan Melbourne, which has resulted in a success rate of over 90 per cent through both Council and the Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT).
What do our town planners offer?
We focus on working closely with Council representatives throughout the planning permit procedure, identifying all issues early in the process, presenting realistic solutions and gaining in principle support for your proposal prior to it being submitted to Council. As your town planners, we maintain clear, open communication with stakeholders and decision makers at all stages.
A little about our team
Backed by extensive industry experience and insights, our team have been recognised for consistently successful results. Each of our town planners are qualified to ensure all appeals and related projects are given the utmost care and attention at all times. With this at the forefront of our business, we continue to lead the way as planning consultants across the region.
We can also represent you in your planning appeals in Bayside, Port Phillip, Stonnington, Glen Eira, Kingston, Monash, Whitehorse, and throughout Metropolitan Melbourne.
Get in touch
We’re always more than happy to offer reliable advice and answer any questions you may have. Give our consultants and planners a call today on 03 9596 9000 to find out more about our services. Alternatively, visit our FAQs section to see if any of your queries have already been answered.
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