Architectus brings Moore experience to Sydney office

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ARCHITECTURE and design studio Architectus has appointed highly experienced strategic planner Tim Moore as a principal in Sydney.

Moore will join the national urban design and planning (UDP) team whose current work includes the expansion of the Art Gallery of NSW (Sydney Modern) and the long-term renewal of the Central Station precinct.

Before joining Architectus, Tim consulted with a range of government and private sector clients on strategic and statutory planning, urban design and project management. He also held senior roles in high-profile government bodies, 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.

He also spent several years as deputy CEO and director, city economy and growth at Liverpool City Council.

Moore is a member of the NSW Architects Registration Board via Ministerial appointment.

“Growing cities face complex challenges that demand long-term vision and achievable implementation strategies. Tim has his eye on the future but also understands how to get there. He is committed to design-led planning, which is great news for our clients – and for our cities,” Architectus CEO, Ray Brown said.

Tim Moore said, “I’m looking forward to working with an exceptional group of planners and designers, as well as collaborating with the studio’s range of sectors. From cultural to transport to commercial developments, we can apply our urban insights for more dynamic, impactful outcomes.”

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