ABOUT
Crossroads Town Planning
It all begins with understanding your objectives and working with you to frame an achievable reality. We are committed to giving our best advice.
Every project is important to the individual. Whether you seek approvals for a large urban development or a new shed on your rural property, every client receives the same dedication to quality.
Our consultancy is boutique and dynamic. Our people are accessible. Our size makes us flexible and nimble when change occurs.
No cumbersome hierarchy pushing you around the organisation. You’ll get hands-on care with dedicated and prudent advice.
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Dominique Trickey
Dominique brings a truly unique perspective to her planning discipline, having worked on a diverse range of projects in the private arena as well as in the government sector.
She has a reputation of never shying away from a challenge, whether its guiding clients through the complexities of the planning system or preparing complicated advice for desired goals. With over 20 years practice experience, Dominique is respected for her ability to tackle complex issues with thoughtful consideration, while applying innovative approaches to deliver simple, feasible planning solutions that work.
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Lester Trickey – In Memoriam
We recognise and honour the life of the late Lester Trickey, his contribution to Crossroads Town Planning and the Victorian Planning Industry.
A founding partner of Crossroads Town Planning, Lester was recognised by the Victorian planning profession for his leadership, extensive knowledge and skills. He was well respected as a strong advocate for uncomplicated policy-based outcomes. He has left his mark across metropolitan Melbourne, all over Victoria, and parts of New South Wales and Tasmania. Further afield, his expertise was called upon and influenced the redevelopment of Christchurch after the devastating earthquakes. A natural leader and mentor to all he worked with. His service, expertise, tenacity and great wit is missed by clients and colleagues, but his legacy lives on. 1958-2022