Phoebe Harrison is an urban and regional planner with over six years experience in statutory and strategic planning, and public engagement. She has worked in regional local government and the private sector, providing planning advice to State and local government. Phoebe has contributed to and led projects that assess the demand and supply of social infrastructure, open space and other public assets, climate change adaptation and housing change projects as well as structure planning and visual landscape significance studies.
Phoebe has played a central role in the design and implementation of engagement strategies associated with many of these projects, both aimed at key stakeholders and the broader community. She holds a Master of Urban Planning and Bachelor of Political Science from the University of Melbourne, and is a passionate and committed planner whose key interests include consensus-based and multidisciplinary approaches to urban planning.