Month: July 2014

CASEY COORDINATES CULTURE

Collie is excited to be assisting Casey City Council with its ‘Casey Cultural Precinct’ project. The Casey Cultural Precinct is an ambitious and comprehensive project that includes the development of an 800 seat regional theatre, multi-purpose exhibition space, regional art gallery, community library and new civic centre and Council offices.  The precinct (images below) is… Read more »

GOOD LUCK TESS

We wish Collie Town Planner Tessa Bond the best of luck, performing at the Basel Tattoo, in Switzerland, this week.  Tess is part of the OzScot Dance troupe.  The OzScot dancers come from all parts of Australia and cultivate a unique blend of traditional and contemporary Highland Dance.  The Basel Tattoo runs from 18 –… Read more »

…OH NO, YOU CAN’T BE SERIOUS

A public notice in the Age newspaper last Tuesday (1 July) caught our attention.  The notice, by Bayside City Council, announces a proposal to introduce new clauses into the Councils Local Laws.  The new clauses would: “make it an offence for an occupier of land to feed, or continue to feed or allow or cause… Read more »

LAST MINUTE

The reformed residential zones are now in full force throughout Victoria.  Earlier this week, all previously remaining Residential 1, 2 and 3 zoned land was transitioned to the new General Residential Zone. It seems however, that Councils have been feeling the consequences of the new zones for a number of weeks, with abnormally high numbers… Read more »