Loredana Sipione is a heritage consultant and urban planner.
She holds a Master of Heritage Conservation from the University of Sydney and a Bachelor of Planning from the University of New South Wales.
Loredana’s industry experience as an urban planner has given her expertise in providing planning advice, researching legislation and preparing development applications. This has allowed her to liaise and develop strong relationships with a range of clients, including local councils, and work with architects, designers, and heritage consultants.
Loredana is experienced in researching and preparing heritage impact statements and photographic archival recordings. She has also developed and reviewed statements of environmental effects, Clause 4.6 exceptions and Section 4.55 modifications.
Loredana is currently an event volunteer at Sydney Living Museums and has held a number of volunteer roles including site supervisor at Sydney Open.
Master of Heritage Conservation, University of Sydney
Bachelor of Planning, University of New South Wales
GML Prize for Innovation, Conservation Management Plan for Lindlegreen Barn, Bathurst, the University of Sydney, 2018
Dean’s Merit List Recipient, the University of Sydney, 2017
Dean’s Merit List Recipient, University of New South Wales, 2014