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Jeremy is a public policy expert who joined the Committee after ten years working in public policy consulting. Jeremy’s expertise lies in the intersection of urban policy, economic, workforce and industry development and land use. He has worked with and for state and local government, the university and private sectors in a career spanning over fifteen years across Australia and the United Kingdom. Jeremy’s policy experience ranges in scale from precinct-level strategies through to projects at metropolitan, state and national scales. Jeremy has worked extensively on policies and strategies shaping the future of Greater Sydney.
Jeremy has a diverse educational background. Trained as a landscape architect, he has a Master of Commerce (Organisational Management) and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Jeremy has served as an executive director, led state practices and has been a Principal and Partner of consulting firm SGS Economics and Planning.
Jeremy is an accomplished educator with a longstanding involvement in academia. He has taught and lectured in urban development, policy and design across Australia (University of NSW, University of Adelaide) and in the UK (Bartlett School of Planning at University College London). He also regularly delivers courses across Australia as part of Economic Development Australia’s economic development accreditation course.
Jeremy has written widely on topics including urban density comparisons of Australian and international cities, the economic case for industrial lands in cities, the need for a spatial approach to national industry policy and the skills and workforce needs of the clean energy sector.