Director / Architect, Urban Planner & Designer
City Planning Works
For over 40 years, Michael has advised public and private sector clients on managing the approvals process from regulation to litigation. An experienced expert witness, he has presented urban planning/design evidence before the NSW Land and Environment Court in nearly 700 cases. This long and diverse experience has led him to the conclusion that the NSW Planning System must change as it goes into the 21st century. Together with the late John Mant, he co-authored a proposal for a NSW Better Places Act to control development applications and assessment in urban areas.
Michael Neustein is Chairman of the Australian Institute of Urban Studies NSW of which he is an Honorary Fellow. He is a Life Fellow of the Australian Institute of Architects and a Fellow of the Planning Institute of Australia.
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The Australian Institute of Urban Studies is an independent non-profit organisation established through the initiatives of the Australian Planning Institute and the Social Science Research Council.
The Institute is supported by membership subscription and by the proceeds of its activities such as public seminars. Although there are other, mostly professional, organisations with an interest in urban affairs, AIUS is Australia's only widely representative, non partisan, multi-disciplinary body concerned with all aspects of urban affairs.