Danny Wiggins has been a town planning consultant for over thirty years, specialising in statutory planning systems and local planning controls. He has worked for all three levels of government, and a range of private sector clients.
Examples of his work include external reviews of local council development assessment (DA) systems, advice to the State Government on DA systems, facilitating the Integrated Planning and Reporting framework at a range of local councils, authorship of the state planning department publications such as “Guiding Development: better outcomes”, and work with the Heart Foundation/ Premier’s Council for Active Living, and the UNSW Healthy Built Environments Program (HBEP), on supportive environments for community health and well-being.
As well as consultancy work, Danny is also an experienced educator and facilitator, having been involved in the preparation and delivery of education and training packages for a variety of State and Local Government agencies and Universities. He has an honours degree in Town Planning and a PhD in residential location theory.