Town Planning + Development Specialists
Originally established in 2008 as ADAMS Planning, directors Cameron Adams and Pete Sparkes formed ADAMS + SPARKES Town Planning in 2010.
Experienced across residential, commercial, retail, mixed use,
industrial, mining and infrastructure projects.
Management of development applications on a variety of scales for both public and private sector clients.
If you require a town planner for a Sunshine Coast project, have a site located in Yeppoon, need town planning advice in Brisbane or are looking to maximise the potential of a property on the Gold Coast, ADAMS + SPARKES Town Planning can assist. Our team have wide ranging experience in all aspects of town planning, Queensland and beyond.
ADAMS + SPARKES provides professional town planning consultancy and development advice.
Holding core values of integrity and professionalism mixed with a fresh and enthusiastic approach towards town planning and development projects, ADAMS + SPARKES Town Planning are the firm that achieve results.
ADAMS + SPARKES role is to provide a professional service in guiding clients through the development application and approval process, from the initial feasibility of a project through to completion.
A firm resourced with planners who have diverse project experience including residential, commercial, retail and mixed use developments, industrial projects and mining and infrastructure projects. All planners on the team have acted for both public and private sector clients and pride themselves on prompt and efficient decision making in order to achieve the best possible outcomes for our clients.
Professional Planning Advice + Due Diligence Reports
Environmental Impact Assessments
Ministerial Designations for Community Infrastructure
Preparation of Planning Submissions
Expert Evidence / Planning Appeals
Statutory Public Notification
Brisbane City Council RiskSMART Accredited Consultants
Brisbane City Council SealSMART Accredited Consultants
Logan City Council RiskSMART Accredited Consultants
Sunshine Coast Stadium - Ministerial Infrastructure Designation
Adams + Sparkes Town Planning on behalf of the Sunshine Coast Council has submitted an application for a Ministerial Infrastructure Designation to support the expansion to the existing Sunshine Coast Stadium.
As a requirement of the planning assessment process, a 20 Business Day ‘Public Consultation’ process is required to be undertaken.
The Public Consultation process is intended to ensure community and submitter insight/opinion is obtained for consideration in the assessment of the application.
If you wish to discuss the proposal, please contact the Infrastructure Designations team within the Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning on 1300 967 433 or at the above email address.
The Sunshine Coast Council is proposing modifications to the existing Sunshine Coast Stadium, including an extension (northern and southern) to the existing western grandstand, as well as the construction of an additional eastern grandstand. The existing northern and southern mounds, as well as playing surface are not proposed to be altered as part of the site works.
As part of the grandstand works, the development will provide for improved operational elements (i.e. change rooms, warm up/cool down spaces, catering facilities etc), as well as additional commercial spaces. Overall, the grandstand works will increase the seating capacity for sports events to 11,905 fixed seats, as well as increase the overall capacity for sports events to approximately 16,905 persons