Clinton Ostwald is an expert in economics and property investment, with a focus on developing urban environments that create material benefits – for his clients and the community.

He is adept at preparing market and economic insights that shape the development of major cities elements such as town centre mixed-use precincts, retail centres, residential areas and employment nodes. Clinton applies his analytical and creative skills in areas as diverse as highest and best use strategies, economic impact assessments, retail master planning, residential market assessments and specialised land uses – such as student accommodation, education, health and tourism.

Recently, Clinton worked on The Bays Precinct where he examined a diverse array of land‑use opportunities on Sydney Harbour; helped the Australian National University shape its future student accommodation strategy; and advised Transport for NSW on retail opportunities for proposed railway stations along Sydney’s North West Metro.

I am motivated by the opportunity to influence project outcomes, particularly where I can secure the optimum outcome for my client whilst creating a legacy for the community.