Michael Neustein

Michael Neustein

Access Consultant


  • Bachelor of Architecture
  • Masters of Commerce
  • Affiliate of the Association of Consultants in Access Australia


  • Royal Australian Institute of Architects (No. 3358)
  • Australian Institute of Urban Studies – Honorary Fellow
  • Association of Consultants in Access Australia – Associate
  • Association for Sustainability in Business – Life Member
  • Australian Institute of Architects – Life Fellow
  • American Planning Association – Member
  • Australian Institute of Urban Studies – Honorary Fellow
  • Planning Institute of Australia – Fellow
  • Australian Property Institute – Fellow
  • Institute of Managers and Leaders (formerly Australian Institute of Management) – Fellow
  • Royal Australian Institute of Architects – Fellow

Recent Speaking Engagements

  • PIA National Conference Gold Coast Queensland 2019
  • International Urban Design Conference Hobart Tasmania 2019

Michael brings to iAccess his understanding of future populations and the need to plan and design for them to ensure that built environments are equitable and accessible for everybody.

Michael is an Architect, Urban Planner and Urban Designer with extensive experience in the design and delivery of urban project.

Michael provides statutory, strategic, compliance and urban design advice, prepares SEEs, advises on the optimal use of sites and devises how best to meet Local and State approval requirements.

His advice on aspects of the urban planning, design management and the securing of approvals has provided a wide range of experience on projects of up to $2 billion value.

A Registered Planner and PIA Fellow, he has been made a Life Fellow of the AIA in recognition of his long service to the architectural procession.

Michael is NSW Chairman and Honorary Fellow of the Australian Institute of Urban Studies. He was also the Chairman of the advisory committee for the International Urban Design Conference from 2014-2018.

Michael continues to influence his field through his academic contributions as a lecturer, chairman, mentor, program director, commentator and guest lecturer at institutions including Macquarie University, International Urban Design Conferences, AIA NSW Chapter and PIA NSW Division from 1993 to present.