Planning reform is one area Nick Allingame hopes to progress during his two-year term. Photo: Peta Anne Photography

Allingame steps up at UDIA

Broader stakeholder engagement and a solutions-focused approach to development challenges will be the hallmarks of Nick Allingame’s tenure as president of the state’s peak representative body for the urban development industry.

After nine years as a councillor at the Urban Development Institute of Australia WA, Pindan's director of developments was announced as the institute’s new head today, replacing Qube Property Group director and 40under40 winner Rhys Kelly.

Mr Allingame told Business News he had a big-picture vision to make a difference now, and for the future.


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