Malcolm Aikman is a leading property economist. 
Since joining Urbis in 2003, he has worked on government and private sector projects across Australia and the Asia Pacific. He brings together macro and micro perspectives to offer his clients perceptive analysis on residential, industrial, tourism and urban regeneration projects. His expertise also extends to property demand, project feasibility, economic studies and impact assessments.  
With an MBA in entrepreneurship from Queensland University of Technology, Malcolm is able to mix numbers with commercial strategy to boost his client’s bottom line. It’s why he’s become a preferred industry advisor. 
Malcolm’s career highlights include leading the value capture analysis for Economic Development Queensland as part of its Cross River Rail business case and overseeing the development of the Urbis Apartment Essentials series. He was also the economic lead for the revitalisation strategy and master plan for Rockhampton CBD. 

I have a passion to understand what makes things work. Why markets act as they do and why some projects succeed while others don’t. This drives me to continually dig for the facts that give me the insights to solve our client's problems