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Alex Gooding

Locality: New South Wales, Australia
Summary: Director at Gooding Davies Consultancy Pty Ltd
Past: Executive Director at WSROC Ltd
Education:  Macquarie University  (1994-) 
 University of Sydney   

Industry: Government Relations
Skills: Advocacy, consultation and research, strategic planning and policy development, organisation development and management, expert advice and project management
Experience: Gooding Davies Consultancy Pty Ltd (Government Relations industry): Director,  (February 2009-Present) - Advocacy, Consultation and Research: Focussed research, consultations, preparation of submissions and reports, advocacy and media campaigns. -Strategic Planning and Policy Development: Legislation analysis, review and development of strategies relating to planning, transpor...
Interests: Advocacy, consultation, research, strategic planning, policy development, organisation development and reviews, project management, mind mapping,
Interests: career opportunities, consulting offers, job inquiries, expertise requests, business deals, reference requests, getting back in touch

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Regional organisations of councils information: Australian ...

Officer: Mr Alex Gooding - Executive Director Postal address: Level 1 - WSROC House, 49 Campbell St, BLACKTOWN NSW 2148 Phone: 02 96714333

"In the saddle or the burr underneath" - the role of Regional ...

Governance 16 "In the saddle or the burr underneath" - the role of Regional Organisations of Councils in metropolitan planning. Alex Gooding Executive Director, WSROC Ltd Email ...

West Sydney | Public Transport | Alex Gooding

Sydney is experiencing transport gridlock. Public transport services in the CBD are overcrowded, even though train services are inadequate and in many suburbs non-existent.

UNSW: The University of New South Wales - Sydney Australia - News ...

Speakers included Professor Randolph, Alex Gooding, CEO Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) and Patrick Fensham, Director SGS Economics and Planning, ex ...

NSW Govt under pressure to clear bus corridors. 20/04/2007. ABC ...

Spokesman Alex Gooding says the government must honour its election promise to improve travel times in the region. "This in fact was one of the commitments they made to the region ...

Last stop Epping as Parramatta rail link in doubt - smh.com.au

The executive director of the Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils, Alex Gooding, called on the Government to clarify its position, believing the line would ...

Three times denied: western Sydney misses out on transport, again

Alex Gooding is a consultant and former executive director of the Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils. Sydney is experiencing transport gridlock.

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Alex Gooding B.A., B. Soc. Stud., M. Urban Planning. Director. Has over 25 years experience of advocacy, research, consultation, policy development and strategic planning in Western ...

The World Today - NSW State Government grabs planning control

TONI HASSAN: Alex Gooding is the Executive Director with the Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils. It represents 11 councils in Sydney's biggest growth area.

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The plan to build a metro rail network directly addresses the concerns raised by Alex Gooding ("Three times denied: western Sydney misses out on transport, again ...

globalNEWS - 13 May 2010

At a recent strategic planning meeting in Sydney, one participant, Alex Gooding, was so enamoured with the process and the outcomes that he wanted to write about it.

West Sydney | Public Transport | Alex Gooding

[Nov 23, 2009] Sydney is experiencing transport gridlock. Public transport services in the CBD are overcrowded, even though train services are inadequate and in many suburbs non-existent