Essential Economics assists all levels of Government in developing high quality policy outcomes.
Particular areas of expertise include the economics-related aspects of strategic land use planning and development, economic development, employment and investment attraction, activity centres, urban renewal, infrastructure, transport, waste, heritage and environment.
Our work is supported by high quality information and rigorous analysis informed by a real-world perspective.
We also undertake grant and funding applications and assessments, including for State Government and local Councils.
Across the wider Asia-Pacific region, policies and strategies related to urban economics, infrastructure and urban development have also been developed by our team of experts .