Brisbane’s Only Private Town Planning Service Specialising in Small Projects.

Why choose JREY for your Brisbane property project.

When choosing a private town planning consultant in Brisbane, it is important to consider the following factors:

  1. JREY’s experience and expertise: Look for a consultant who has experience and expertise.

  2. JREY’s Reputation: Check the consultant’s reputation by reading online reviews, talking to other developers or builders, or checking references.

  3. JREY’s Communication and responsiveness: Choose a consultant who is responsive, easy to communicate with, and who will keep you informed throughout the planning process.

  4. JREY’s Cost: Be sure to understand what is included in the cost and what is not.

  5. JREY’s Track record: Look for a consultant who has a proven track record of successful development approvals and a good working relationship with the council.

  6. JREY’s Customer service: Look for a consultant team who is committed to providing excellent customer service, who will work closely with you, and will be available to answer your questions and concerns.

  7. JREY’s Turnaround time: Find out how long it typically takes for the consultant to complete a project, and make sure that it aligns with your time frame.

JREY is able to provide you with a detailed report that clearly identifies your proposed development’s compliance with the relevant codes, guidelines, and policies. 

Brisbane City Plan 2014.

The town plan for the Local Government Area of Brisbane City is known as the ‘City Plan’, short for Brisbane City Plan 2014. 

Whilst it was created almost a decade ago, the planning scheme has now surpassed 25 versions. 

All development within the city must adhere to the codes within the scheme. 

If you want to understand if your development will be Council approved, please contact our town planning team for a Preliminary Planning Review [PPR]. 

Brisbane Town Planning Services.

Brisbane is a beautiful and vibrant city, and our town planners at JREY are dedicated to helping you create projects that contribute to its unique character. We have a deep understanding of Brisbane City Council‘s development approval process, and we can work with you to ensure that your project complies with all relevant regulations. Whether you’re planning a new office development, a residential towers or a mixed-use precinct, our team of Brisbane town planners can help you bring your vision to life. 

Contact us today to find out how we can help you obtain the development approval you need for your project.

Town Planning Consultants for Brisbane.

Brisbane town planning services by JREY is your best option for small property projects in the region. 

As a town planning consultancy our professional team members will ensure you have access to expert advice and information about the development assessment process.

You can contact JREY town planning consultants via email or phone (07) 3106 3221

How JREY can help Brisbane Property Developers.

Becoming a property developer in Brisbane generally involves the following steps, JREY can help you with Step 6 and Step 7:

  1. Obtain a relevant education: While it is not strictly necessary to have a formal education in property development, having a background in real estate, construction, architecture, engineering, or business can be helpful.

  2. Build experience: Gaining experience in the field by working with an established developer, real estate agency, or in a related field can be beneficial.

  3. Build a network: Building relationships with industry professionals, such as architects, builders, real estate agents, and financiers, can be helpful in securing funding and partnerships for development projects.

  4. Develop a business plan: Developing a comprehensive business plan is essential to setting goals, identifying potential opportunities and risks, and securing funding.

  5. Secure funding: Property development requires a significant amount of capital, which can be obtained through a variety of means, such as banks, private investors, and crowdfunding.

  6. Identify opportunities: Identify potential development opportunities, such as underutilised properties, areas with high growth potential, or properties that can be rezoned for higher density.

  7. Obtain development approvals: Once a property has been identified and funding secured, the developer will need to go through the process of obtaining development approvals from the local council, which can take several months to a year.

  8. Build and manage the project: Once approvals have been granted, the developer will need to manage the construction of the project, which includes hiring contractors, overseeing the building process, and managing the budget.

  9. Market and sell the property: After the development is complete, the developer will need to market and sell the property to generate revenue.

It’s important to note that this is a general process and it may vary depending on the specific project and the laws and regulations in place.