Professor Sue Holliday

BA(Economics) Goucher College, MPhil(Town and Country Planning) (University College London), GAICD, CPP

Professor Sue Holliday is a City Planner and Economist. She is Managing Director, Strategies for Change, an urban strategy consultancy and Professor of Planning Practice at UNSW. Sue was the Director General of Planning in NSW from 1997 to 2003. Prior to that, she had a 25 year career with the NSW State Government where she implemented reform in both planning and building policy and managed the significant urban renewal projects of the 1990s including Ultimo Pyrmont, Walsh Bay, and the Olympic site. She is a member of the Urban Policy Forum. She was a member of the National Housing Supply Council, the COAG Cities expert panel and the Advisory Ctte on High speed Rail.  Sue is a Director of Hume Community Housing Association. She chaired the Built Environment Industry Innovation Council, and was President of the NSW Building Professionals Board.  In 2011 she was appointed Professor of Planning Practice at UNSW.

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