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Town Planning Promotions_____

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Town Planning Promotions

Tract is delighted to announce the promotion of Associate Town Planners; Kirsten Kilpatrick and Katie Murphy to Principals of Tract Consultants. Both Kirsten and Katie have contributed to Tract’s planning activities over a number of years and we are pleased to acknowledge and reward their contribution.

Kirsten Kilpatrick, Principal Town Planner

Kirsten is based in Tract’s Geelong office and has successfully built-up the practice to serve Geelong and regional Victoria. Her professional networks, enthusiasm, and work ethic have assisting in winning a number of high profile local projects that have cemented Tract’s role in Geelong. Kirsten is currently a member for the Committee for Geelong Strategy and Policy Committee and Chairs the UDIA Geelong Chapter. Her key projects in recent times include: Armstrong Creek Town Centre, Lovely Banks and Fyansford. Kirsten is also skilled in community consultation, with this experience helping to produce an award-winning masterplan for Bannockburn, west of Geelong. Kirsten’s proactive approach to business development and her enthusiasm for progress within the Geelong region is a positive for Tract and the consolidation of our Geelong office.
Katie Murphy, Principal Town Planner

Katie is a town planner who brings excellent statutory knowledge of the Victorian planning system to aid her projects and clients. Katie has a number of loyal clients who appreciate her high quality service and advice. Among her key clients is the RACV, with whom she played a key role in the planning of Cape Schanck and Inverloch resorts, and Darebin Council, who she has helped with the application of the new residential zones. Another significant project of Katie’s is for Investa at Diggers Rest, a major residential development that overcame significant planning hurdles.
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