Having graduated from Otago University with his Bachelor of Surveying, Jeff’s career spans over 25 years and has provided the extensive surveying, land law and land development knowledge that allows him to further extend the capability of Baseline Group. During the Landonline modifications to plan generation and layout, Jeff was the New Zealand Institute of Surveyors representative for the design, review and user acceptance testing. He has also been a member of the LINZ enhancement prioritisation panel in the past. Currently an examiner for spatial measurement on the Survey & Spatial NZ Admissions Panel, Jeff is also a keen adopter of new technology; having been the signing surveyor on the world’s first end to end electronic transaction for survey and title registration.Director
With over 20 years’ experience as an engineer, a huge amount of Clayton’s experience is in the land development field; where he can focus his particular interest in coming up with innovative solutions to civil engineering and stormwater problems. Adept in designing services for subdivisions and commercial developments, he takes pride in his ability to find room for the remaining infrastructure required after construction and carparks have filled a site.Director
John’s planning career started 20 years ago and has seen him move from Auckland to Christchurch where he first worked for a consulting firm before starting Baseline Planning. He later joined forces with Clayton to offer planning and engineering consultancy services. After a few years, he merged Baseline with Clark Land Surveyors to become Baseline Group.Director
Anna is the director of our Marlborough office and has over 15 years’ experience at the top of the South Island. Having previously worked for Federated Farmers as well as a range of planning firms in Marlborough and Canterbury, she has experience in a wide range of rural, urban and coastal projects and brings a high level of planning skills to any resource consent application. Anna has written and presented papers to the New Zealand Planning Institute and currently she writes planning articles for regional papers, known locally as “Anna the Planner”.