DevelopmentWA appoints a business with 65,000 years of experience to its Planning and Urban Design Panel.

DevelopmentWA has appointed ‘Team Agile’ to its Planning and Urban Design Panel. Team Agile is formed around Aboriginal business, Nyungar Birdiyia.

Nyungar Birdiyia’s executive director, Neville Collard, captures the spirit of the collaboration when he advises, ‘Be generous with the people you’re working with – it’s important that we work together.’ 

Insight Urbanism’s director Brett Wood-Gush, who leads ‘Team Agile’, comments: ‘Nyungar Birdiyia’s work with METRONET, where they provided a suite of Noongar Cultural Context Documents and engagement guidelines that impressed us. Previously, Neville and Paul produced great outcomes at Yagan Square and Scarborough Beach. So we were delighted that they wanted to partner with us. To our knowledge, this is the first time any Government agency has been able to appoint an Aboriginal business in this particular way.’ 

Together we cover a full suite of planning and design disciplines, from statutory planning to place-making, planning economics to landscape architecture, to urban design. We have professional depth, emerging talent, and with MNG at our side, immense spatial data access.
Team Agile website