Our Philosophy We respect Te Tiriti o Waitangi & recognise the special status of Māori as tangata whenua. We value diversity. We value the contributions that diverse perspectives make to creating places where everyone can participate and flourish. We recognise & uphold te Oranga o te Taiao.

We Promote:

  • use & development of the environment in a way that reduces the risks of climate change & acknowledges ecological limits
  • public places, buildings & transport systems that enable people to interact & move around safely & easily
  • plans & decisions that incorporate the views of marginalised groups
  • equitable access to water supply, wastewater, stormwater, power & telecommunications services.

Our Goal To enable people to harness their potential & achieve success in a healthy natural environment.

Our Methods & Processes We work systematically & thoroughly, within an evidence-based  framework.

Our Geographic Coverage Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Whakatāne & the Coromandel, Waikato & Bay of Plenty Regions.

Our Areas of Expertise At Plans + Projects Ltd we provide expertise on matters pertaining to resource consents, plan changes, spatial planning & public consultation. We work with a range of experts, and engage with District, City & Regional Councils, to provide holistic planning & consultation services, that address the following topics:

  • Boundary adjustments & subdivision layouts
  • Parking & access, e.g. shared right-of way & road alignment issues
  • Urban design, e.g. density, setbacks, daylighting, building height & fire walls
  • Earthworks & sediment control
  • Climate change, including sea level rise & stormwater management
  • Water supply
  • Wastewater management
  • Financial & development contributions
  • Significant cultural values, landscapes & natural habitats
  • Contaminants in soils
  • Acoustics
  • Land-use change.

Linda Albertyn is the Director of Plans + Projects Ltd. Linda has international experience, having worked as a planner in South Africa & Aotearoa-New Zealand. She holds a Master of Town & Regional Planning & is a full member of the New Zealand Planning Institute / Te Kokiringa Taumata.