Month: June 2019

that’s a rap

Last week a member of the Collie team attended a VPELA seminar on Aboriginal Cultural Heritage, which comprised presentations from members of Heritage Services, the Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council and a Registered Aboriginal Party (RAP). Some interesting points emerged: Aboriginal cultural heritage should be considered earlier in the town planning process at the strategic level… Read more »

driverless buses and tiny homes: a trip down ‘future street’

Last weekend Collie staff members attended a City of Melbourne event in Blackwood Street, North Melbourne that focused on sustainable initiatives including on how streets of Melbourne may look in the future. A notable focal point was the driverless bus, which has been designed in partnership with the University of Melbourne.  With congestion being topical,… Read more »