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Tim Moore

Tim Moore Principal Architectus


Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning
University of New England

Graduate Diploma, Urban Design
University of Sydney


Tim is a strategic planner and urban designer with more than 25 years of experience on projects across city centre, inner city and suburban settings. Whether he is working in the public or private domain, he is passionate about the quality and sustainability of design solutions.

Before joining Architectus, Tim consulted on strategic and statutory planning, urban design and project management for a range of government and private sector clients.

During his career he also held senior positions in government, including Executive Director, City Planning Strategy at the Greater Cities Commission, where he oversaw the fast-tracked review and update of Sydney’s 20-year metropolitan strategy.

Tim’s local government experience includes chief planning roles on the executive teams at Marrickville Council and Liverpool City Council – one of the largest local government areas in Sydney. While at Marrickville, his team setup a joint venture to oversee design development of the national award-winning Marrickville Library.

He also co-designed and launched the Western Sydney Planning Partnership and was involved in the Sydney East Joint Regional Planning Panel from its inception.

Tim is a member of the NSW Architects Registration Board, a Ministerial appointment recognising his experience and knowledge of local government and the design quality of buildings.