We do DA's throughout Queensland every day - it's what we do well and we pride ourselves on our strong competitive position to deliver this service.

Whether the project is large or small, we are proficient across all property sectors (residential, commercial, retail, mixed use, heritage, industrial, rural, institutional, education, marine, tourism, hotels, sport & leisure, mining & resources). Examples of some of our DA projects are available in our Gallery.

Our experience ensures comprehensive appreciation of the project and early identification of costs, risks and time frames so that we can communicate these with our clients for accurate budget control. Our knowledge is backed by qualifications, experience and results to ensure your project runs smoothly.

Our involvement can be tailored to individual client needs - from provision of a town planning report only, or total project management of the DA process.

We are accredited for RiskSMART development assessment with Brisbane City Council and Logan City Council. RiskSMART planning is a fast-tracked approval process with discounted application fees. Clients who have commissioned us for this service have not only obtained their development approvals within 3 days but with added cost savings!

“Ports Corporation of Queensland Limited engaged Clegg Town Planning to undertake the work necessary to obtain development approval for an Accommodation Camp at Merinda, north of Bowen.
This work involved an application for material change of use to accommodate a 1,000 man camp, and detailed planning application for the first stage of 500 persons in that camp. Clegg Town Planning was chosen through a detailed competitive tender arrangement.
The work was undertaken directly by Graham Clegg who was diligent, thorough,
and demonstrated the required practical and theoretical competence to undertake the work. The work has been undertaken on time, within budget, and to the expectations of Ports Corporation of Queensland.”

Carrick Stokoe – General Manager Construction, Ports Corporation of QLD