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Case Study: Prossor Town Planning

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Jackie Prossor
Director, Prossor Town Planning



Jackie has been in Town Planning for 20 years. She started off at Council, then opened a local town planning company, before developing and operating in a business partnership for several years.

In 2019 Jackie has gone out on her own again with Prossor Town Planning, a company dedicated to help people obtain planning permits across industrial, commercial residential and green wedge developments. They liaise with council, designers, architects and act as project management, coordinating other consultants in the building process and acting as an advocate for clients with their local council. Jackie employs an additional two town planners and a project manager.

Jackie Prossor shares her story on growth and evolving as a professional and a business owner, with the help of Shannon and the SMART Business Solutions team.

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