Month: July 2016

TOO MUCH RESIDENTIAL OR TOO LITTLE OF ANYTHING ELSE?

At a lunch in Melbourne this week attended by senior planning professionals from private and government sectors, a number of issues were raised and discussed.  In particular, there were those relating to: growing concern not about potential apartment over-supply per se but the degree to which supposed mixed use areas are moving to near universal… Read more »

THE SIZZLE BEFORE ANY SNAG

As you head to the polling booths on Saturday – how about taking some loose change to buy a sausage and support your local community.   Here is the link for the 2016 Federal Election Sausage Sizzle and Cake Stalls in your area  http://www.electionsausagesizzle.com.au/.  Better get in this weekend as after Monday we don’t know what… Read more »