Month: June 2010

ARMSTRONG CREEK EAST PRECINCT STRUCTURE PLAN

Geelong growth in recent years has resulted in a critical shortage of land available for urban development – about only eighteen months supply of residential lots exist… The Armstrong Creek Urban Growth Area (ACUGA) offers the lifeline, for the immediate demand for expansion land for greater Geelong. The ACUGA has been recognized and planned by… Read more »

DETROIT: A NEW PLANNING DIMENSION

  Tired of Detroit’s status as the symbol of everything wrong with urban America, its new mayor has come up with a radical solution: to bulldoze the City. Click here to read more.

WELCOME TO AAMI PARK

Victoria’s burgeoning rugby and football codes (real football!) have long awaited a dedicated stadium to accommodate elite level crowds in a way that provides the intimate viewing experience afforded by purpose built venues. AAMI Park provides the missing link in Melbourne’s sporting infrastructure for a medium sized rectangular pitch stadium. Built on Edwin Flack field… Read more »

DID YOU KNOW? WORLD CUP

The highest attendance at a World Cup match was 199,854 at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janerio for the 1950 decider between Uraguay and Brazil. Brazil is the only country to have appeared in all 19 finals tournaments from 1930 to 2010…and it has automatically qualified for the 2014 tournament as hosts.