MacroPlan Dimasi's objective is to deliver the best practical solutions and service for our clients. With its extensive national resources and knowledge base, MacroPlan Dimasi has the versatility to deliver accurate solutions tailored to individual needs for projects of all scales.

  • Research

    With over 30 years of databases linked to our GIS capabilities, MacroPlan Dimasi can assist you with your property market research.

  • Economics

    Our experienced team of senior economists, consultants and analysts utilise the latest information, technology and statistical applications to generate the most accurate economic analysis.

  • Planning

    MacroPlan Dimasi has a thorough understanding of planning policies and an appreciation of planning systems nation-wide.

  • Spatial Analysis

    Using our Geographic Information Systems we can produce strategic network mapping and gap analysis,  trade area mapping and geocoding of customer data, drive-time mapping and more.

  • Advisory

    We offer a suite of commercial and strategic advisory services tailored to your needs. We have a focus on supporting timely and effective commercial outcomes for our clients.

Recent Projects

We're proud to showcase some of our latest projects, demonstrating the variety of work that we are capable of achieving for our clients.

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MacroPlan Dimasi report helps secure $3 million for the Beenleigh Masterplan

“After two unsuccessful attempts to obtain Regional Development Australia Funding (RDAF), Logan City Council has finally received $3 million to spend on local business and the community. Funding will go towards the Beenleigh Masterplan which MacroPlan Dimasi applied a detailed cost benefit analysis to align with the RDAF selection criteria. The redevelopment is expected to [...]

MacroPlan Dimasi influences Victoria’s infrastructure agenda

“A MacroPlan Dimasi report adds to the political rethink of Melbourne’s East-West Link rollout. The report highlights the growing reliance on Melbourne’s West Gate Bridge indicating that its closure for one year would cost the state a mass $8 billion.”   Nick Toscano and Laura Little from Wyndham Weekly write: Melbourne’s growing reliance on the West [...]