Researcher biography

Director, Brannock & Associates Planning and Environmental Consultants

In February 1998, John formed the practice of Brannock & Associates Planning and Environment Consultants. John is inaugural Adjuncts Professor in town planning at the University of QLD, and is presently the Chair of the QLD Heritage Council. He holds a Bachelor of Surveying, Master of Urban and Regional Planning and a Master of Science in Environmental Management. John is Fellow of the Planning Institute of Australia and Fellow of the Environment Institute of Australia.

John’s town planning practice is involved with master planning of new communities and large scale development projects, sensitive environment and heritage projects and advice to both government and the private sectors.

John received the Prime Minister’s Centenary Medal in 2003 for “Services to Conservation and the Environment of QLD”. His planning experience began in 1974, and includes eleven years as the City Planner of Ipswich City Council and ten years as the Chairman of Brannock Humphreys.