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Paris Wojcik

Paris Wojcik


Master of Urban and Regional Planning, University of New England

Bachelor of Social Science (Geography and Urban Studies),
University of Western Sydney


Professional Experience

Paris is a senior urban planner with professional experience in strategic and statutory planning. With experience working across both state government and the private sector, Paris has a detailed knowledge of planning processes in NSW and has extensive knowledge of the social housing policy and strategic asset management from her time spent in the Urban Planning team at NSW Land and Housing Corporation.

Paris has worked with a range of private and state and local government stakeholders and has experience in the preparation and assessment of planning proposals of varying complexities and scales including mixed-use developments in both greenfield and urban locations. She also has considerable experience in the preparation of master planning, development controls plans, social impact assessments, planning approvals and due diligence planning.