Jacqueline Parker is a skillful town planner specialising in the Sydney residential, retail and aged-care sectors.

She has more than 10 years’ experience working with the NSW planning system, in private sector and local government roles. Jacqueline has a broad range of development advisory and statutory planning skills, and is practised in giving strategic land-use and town planning due diligence advice. She holds a Masters of Urban Development and Design.

At Urbis, Jacqueline manages multi-disciplinary projects – including those of state or regional planning significance – and negotiates with local and state planning authorities for approvals.

Her recent career highlights include achieving the rezoning of a strategic mixed use precinct in St Leonards, Sydney, and gaining development approval for two mixed-use towers on the site; winning approval for the redevelopment of Roselands Shopping Centre; gaining consent for a Part 3A major project application for a new seniors development at The Scottish Hospital site in Paddington; and preparing a staged development application for a residential concept in Little Bay.

I get satisfaction out of working with my clients to achieve good urban outcomes which meet their commercial needs whilst also improving the city for the wider community.