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    News Archive for March 2023

    Case study: Gage Brewery

    ­­In a first of its kind transformation, ICS Australia has completed building works on a heritage listed goods shed, the A-Shed, located at Fremantle Ports in Western Australia. The 100-year-old warehouse was transformed by the state’s biggest brewer, Gage Roads, to become their flagship microbrewery and an iconic destination in the city’s inner harbour.


    Introducing our new website – now change the way you search for decorative surfaces

    HVG Decorative Building Products announces the launch of its new and improved website, designed to offer an unparalleled user experience.


    New study finds that Australians are paying $6 billion for unused parking

    New research by RMIT University in collaboration with the University of Western Australia surveyed more than 1,300 apartment residents across Melbourne, Sydney and Perth to assess the adequacy of off-street parking for apartment households.


    How to get more women on bikes? Better biking infrastructure, designed by women

    The number of women riding bikes has increased dramatically in cities globally, including a 50% rise in London during the COVID lockdown, and near-equal gender participation in Paris after pop-up bike lanes were put in place.


    Gachet jumps to Gray Puksand to lead health and science output

    Gray Puksand has announced the appointment of Aurelia Gachet as Associate of its Melbourne outpost, strengthening its evolving health and science team.


    HomeBuilder deadline to be extended pending state approval

    The Australian Government says it will work alongside state and territorial governments to extend the deadline for current HomeBuilder applicants that have been put back by supply chain and industry delays.


    Sod turns on Melbourne’s largest adaptive reuse project

    Construction has commenced on Younghusband in Melbourne’s Kensington, regarded as the largest carbon-neutral adaptive reuse precinct in the garden city.


    Week 14/23 NSW Elections / Infrastructure Victoria / Teslas / Dudes / 70s Housing Bookends

    Those disappointed by the unedifying sight of Federal Labor bringing forward a pitiful housing policy can take some heart from the result in the NSW elections. As predicted in this column last week, Labor will form a minority government, with the Greens (who have a decent housing policy) holding the balance of power.


    Sydney’s George Street Plaza and Community Building pay tribute to site’s Aboriginal roots

    The George Street Plaza and Community Building designed by Ghanaian-British architect David Adjaye and Australian Indigenous artist Daniel Boyd for the City of Sydney is now complete.


    FK-designed aged care facility green lit in Brisbane

    Commissioned by Australian Unity, the Fender Katsalidis-designed aged care village in Brisbane’s Auchenflower has reached development approval.


    National Heritage Festival returns once more

    The Australian Heritage Festival is back next month, providing more than 150 free and ticketed events across the state of New South Wales.


    Four major housing groups call for Senate to pass housing fund

    The Community Housing Industry Association, National Shelter, Homelessness Australia and the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Housing Association have released a joint statement, calling upon the Senate to pass the $10 billion housing fund currently before Federal Parliament.


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