Meet the Team
Adrian is a principal of the firm with over 25 years of service at HillPDA. Prior to HillPDA he worked for 10 years in both local and state government (Department of Housing and Darling Harbour Authority) in strategic planning, statutory planning and project management.
At HillPDA Adrian has played a leadership role in all consultancy activities of the practice including market research, economic analysis and forecasting, development feasibility appraisal, economic appraisals (including cost benefit analysis), economic impact assessment, financial modelling, policy research, affordable housing studies and employment lands and commercial centres strategies. This has led to an involvement in diverse array of projects for government bodies, private sector corporations, institutions and other organisations.
Adrian manages the economics team in the preparation of both long-term strategies and specific development proposals. He developed and continues to refine numerous econometric models including household expenditure forecasts, retail floor space demand, gravity modelling, economic impacts, industry value added, multiplier impacts and financial impacts on government.
Regularly he provides expert advice and evidence in the NSW Land and Environment Court in the area of economic impact assessment (in relation to appeals and compulsory acquisition and in highest and best use assessment (land valuation cases).
Through much of the 1990’s and the following decade Adrian was a principal architect of EstateMaster, the industry standard in property development analysis software. This involved working with industry representatives in developing and refining the development feasibility model, the investment analysis model and the development management model. EstateMaster is now used worldwide.
Adrian also developed and continues to refine numerous econometric models including household expenditure forecasts, retail floor space demand, gravity modelling, economic impacts, industry value added, multiplier impacts and financial impacts on government.
Committees and accreditations
- Property Council of Australia – Planning Committee
- Member of the Planning Institute of Australia