SGS Economics and Planning

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SGS Economics and Planning (SGS) is a leading planning and economics firm whose purpose is to shape policy and investment decisions to achieve sustainable places, communities and economies. Our vision is to be a college of professionals providing Australia's best independent policy advice.

SGS offers a range of consultancy projects for organisations in the public, private and non-profit sectors across Australia and around the world.

Our core service areas are:

  1. Economic and Social Analysis
  2. Infrastructure Planning and Delivery
  3. Urban Policy and Governance

In addition to this, SGS provides GIS and modelling products and services, as well as other tailored solutions to our clients that complement and add value to our Areas of Service offering.

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Blog post
8 March 2017

This preliminary research found significant spatial variations across Melbourne in the match between people's jobs and skill levels.

9 January 2017

This article explores how economic productivity and growth are enhanced by infrastructure, how government investors can generate revenue infrastructure projects and how communities build the...

Technical report
14 December 2016

The idea of using value capture to fund infrastructure projects is gaining momentum in urban policy discussions in Australia.

6 December 2016

Results of estimates of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for each major capital city and region across Australia. Includes a summary of results, a detailed discussion of the economic performance of...

2 June 2016

New research released by SGS Economics & Planning has revealed the spatial distribution of economic growth for all 150 federal electorates.

14 February 2016

This report highlights that Sydney and Melbourne are driving the national economy.

12 February 2016

This report promotes a long-term view of infrastructure planning and the many variables affecting economic, environmental and social outcomes is required to avoid ‘path
dependency’ and an...

30 November 2000

The aim of this study is to gain an understanding of the problems being faced in public housing estate renewal projects and to develop a framework for project evaluation, particularly with respect...