August 2019

August 2019 Newsletter   One of the worst roads in Australia revealed It’s a title that nobody wants to see but on our August 2019 Newsletter we start off with this. The dubious honour of “worst …” attracts attention in a number of fields, from the worst movie in a year to worst sporting performance …

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July 2019

July 2019 Newsletter Perth Icon Cottesloe Beach Set to Get Sydney Style Refurb Starting off on our July 2019 Newsletter is Sydney’s Bondi Beach, made famous by its iconic crescent-shaped expanse of sand as well as the prominent “Bondi Icebergs” Club at the south end of the beach, could soon get a run for its money. …

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May 2019

May 2019 Newsletter $4 Billion Knocked Back by Victorian Government Starting off on our May 2019 Newsletter is the knock-on effects of the recent re-election of the Liberal-National Coalition Government have begun to be felt. In Victoria, one of the most notable election commitments by the Coalition was a down payment of $4 billion to …

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April 2019

April 2019 Newsletter Government Land Sales Opening Up Prime Real Estate Starting off on our April 2019 Newsletter, Governments of all levels from state to federal are opening up previously unknown opportunities for urban planners and inner-city developers. The trend towards privatising former government-owned areas of land is dovetailing nicely with the trend towards doing more …

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March 2019

March 2019 Newsletter Australia’s First Truly Smart City First on our March 2019 Newsletter, when the planning community and urban planners talk about smart cities they are usually talking about concepts. These can range from intelligent parking meters to connected streetlamps that dim and brighten according to the light right through to citywide planning blueprints. …

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