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    News Archive for November 2009

    Final plans reveal a town square for Perth's The Link

    Terraced gardens, a landmark building and a lively town square are all part of plans to reunite Perth and Northbridge by sinking the rail line.


    Woodhead signs up new regional principal

    The Melbourne team is strengthened with the appointment of a new senior member.


    Smart software to cut buildings' emissions

    New CSIRO technology could slash buildings' emissions by up to 30 per cent.


    Wedding Gazebos from Gazebos Galore

    Make the special day look the part with a Wedding Gazebo from Gazebos Galore.


    Safety improved for insulation installations

    Every person installing insulation under the government's Home Insulation Program will soon be required to meet boosted training or minimum skill requirements, Environment Minister Peter Garrett announced.


    GBCA announces revised Timber credit

    The Green Building Council of Australia has announced the release of a revised Timber credit which allows for equal consideration of the Australian Forestry Standard and Forest Stewardship Council schemes.


    Life's a beach at ILVE

    Queensland's beach culture was the inspiration behind ILVE's new showroom which was recently unveiled in Brisbane.


    Life's a beach at ILVE (1)

    Queensland's beach culture was the inspiration behind ILVE's new showroom which was recently unveiled in Brisbane.


    Sustainable Planning Act on its way

    The Sustainable Planning Act 2009 (SPA) will replace the Integrated Planning Act 1997 on 18 December, Queensland's minister for Infrastructure and Planning, Stirling Hinchliffe, has announced.


    Global round up

    UK television station hunts for eager architects, St Petersburg's Heritage listing under threat and Dubai still feeling the effects of the financial crisis.


    Queensland joins the green roof revolution

    The Queensland Government has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Singapore National Parks Board that could soon see local scientists growing vegetation on high rise buildings.


    Australian Disabled Access Consultants highlight the importance of disabled access in bulk storage buildings

    Australian bulk storage buildings, until recently, were not necessarily designed to offer disabled access.


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