Brown & Krippner has developed a solid reputation from a long involvement with the planning of the Tamworth Region. One of our registered surveyors has formal town planning qualifications. Andrew Swane is a Corporate Member of the Planning Institute of Australia (P.I.A.) and a Certified Practising Planner (C.P.P.). Our town planning capabilities include :-


  • Urban & Rural Planning
  • Rezoning Applications
  • Statements of Environmental Effects
  • Environmental Impact Statements
  • Urban Design
  • Planning Studies for Development Applications


Our clients include Local and State Government bodies, local and state-wide developers and community groups. We are called upon to assist in a wide variety of planning matters. As a result we have developed a broad experience base and strong ‘can-do’ attitude.

We have the expertise and experience to navigate contentious proposals through the approvals process. However, if we do not believe a proposal will be successful we will advise you up-front and not waste your time.

Recent Projects

  • Statement of Environmental Effects for Review by JRPP for $50M Cotton Seed Facility at Wee Waa
  • Statement of Environmental Effects for Review by JRPP for $46M Retirement Village at Moore Creek
  • Preliminary master plan for the Peel River Estate at Calala
  • Masterplan and DA for 14 residential lots at Erskine Street, Armidale
  • Masterplans and DAs for various rural-residential developments at Moore Creek
  • DA for golf driving range at Bridge Street Tamworth
  • DA for turf farm at Kingswood
  • DAs and masterplans for various urban residential developments in Tamworth
  • DA for Freight Transfer Facility at Willow Tree

We can guide you through the Complete Process

As detailed below, Town Planning is critical to the Development Process generally and the Subdivision Process specifically. We can deliver maximum value if we are engaged early in the life of your project and can guide you through the entire Development/Subdivision Process

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