23
Apr 19

Case Study: Parramatta as a city centre

Author:Ash Natesh

Parramatta is known as Sydney’s premier regional city. Its is the second biggest concentration of an employment hub outside of Global Sydney. Parramatta CBD today: Australia’s 5th largest city in economic terms Gross Regional Product of $14 billion in 2011-2012 Employs approx. 50,000 people Additional 47,000 by 2036 Home to approx. 10,000 residents Last few … Continue reading Case Study: Parramatta as a city centre

10
Apr 19

The National Road Safety plan and the Black Spot Program

Author:Ash Natesh

The National Road Safety Action Plan 2018 – 2020 is in conjunction with the Black Spot Program. The Australian Governments’ Black Spot Program targets locations on roads where the most number of crashes occur by providing funding for more traffic signals and roundabouts at the said locations to reduce the risk of crashing. The Black … Continue reading The National Road Safety plan and the Black Spot Program

03
Apr 19

Capalaba Town Centre Revitalisation Project

Author:Ash Natesh

The Capalaba Town Centre Revitalisation Project aims to deliver a world class active urban plan for the heart of Capalaba. The council is seeking the expertise and creativity of the development industry to provide high quality development outcomes in the 2.05 hectare site which is located within the commercial hub of Capalaba town centre. The … Continue reading Capalaba Town Centre Revitalisation Project

03
Apr 19

Case Study-Dubbo ‘Ignite’

Author:Ash Natesh

Dubbo’s CBD is now a hustling and bustling centre for activity, entertainment and leisure. It is rich in history, fashion, food and art. The retail offering in Dubbo is exciting and ever growing. Dubbo’s Ignite project has been helped grow the community in Dubbo. A permanent light display has been installed at the Church Street … Continue reading Case Study-Dubbo ‘Ignite’

15
Mar 19

An urge for a Royal Commission hearing into the residential construction industry.

Author:Ash Natesh

A report that was released from an independent investigation of the opal towers has confirmed that issues with construction and structural design of the building was non compliant with national codes and standards. Which in turn led to the damage that was observed in the building. The report was released by the NSW government and … Continue reading An urge for a Royal Commission hearing into the residential construction industry.

27
Sep 18

Takeaways from the Bridge Asset Management Conference

Author:Ash Natesh

Australia’s bridges are ageing and deteriorating. They are expensive to maintain andrequire a lot of technical knowledge. The Federal Government’s Bridge Renewal Programme commits $360 million over fiveyears and it comes at a vital time as it provides Local and State Governments with thecritical funding to enable the renewal and replacement of their ageing bridges. … Continue reading Takeaways from the Bridge Asset Management Conference

20
Jun 18

Who will be the 2018 100 Women of Influence?

  Gender diversity is in the headlines again, with discussions around the lack of females in senior executive positions, with the ASX’s recently proposed gender targets. An organisation’s success depends heavily on the capability and effectiveness of its leadership team. Without providing equal opportunities for men and women you cannot ensure you are getting the … Continue reading Who will be the 2018 100 Women of Influence?

24
Jan 18

8 top tips from female public sector leaders

8 top tips from female public sector leaders Despite the incredible strides made towards gender equality in the last decade, women in senior level positions continue to be significantly underrepresented. For women struggling to overcome professional, personal and structural challenges, we have put together 8 pieces of advice taken from Senior Leaders speaking at the … Continue reading 8 top tips from female public sector leaders