28th November 2012

Plus Fitness have been using the services of The Planning Group (TPG) as our Town Planners to compile our Statement of Environmental Effects for DA submission to councils around Australia since launching our 24 Hour Gym model in April 2011. TPG has worked closely with Plus Fitness in putting together a comprehensive SEE which he continues to improve to assist our franchisees in obtaining what can sometimes be challenging approvals from Councils.

TPG has always been understanding of our requirements as a fast growing company and has always been willing to assist us in any way he can to better understand and develop our processes across a variety of challenging situations and circumstances to help achieve favourable results and a positive experience for our Franchisees. Craig’s professional approach, product knowledge and willingness to understand our industry makes him a pleasure to deal with and he is an integral part of our business. We would have no hesitation in recommending his  services to anyone considering engaging the services of a Town Planner. 

John Fuller

Founding CEO Plus Fitness
"Curtin University engaged TPG as the lead consultant for the preparation of a Place Activation Plan to assist and guide the University as it transitions from an inwardly looking and isolated suburban campus in to a vibrant people focused urban centre. The work undertaken by TPG and their team is exemplary and sparked the imagination of the Curtin population to such an extent that the initiatives proposed have greatly influenced the future direction of the University. This is a rare achievement indeed for any Organisation.

The team, led by TPG, were professional and future facing – that is, they knew how to engage with all sections of our diverse community creating a compelling place based approach to campus redevelopment. It is with pleasure that I endorse the work of TPG as a leader in the field of Place Making in Perth".

Andy Sharp
Director, Campus Development

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