News (2015)

The Shared Economy. Shared Services & Shared Ideas.

The Shared Economy. Shared Services & Shared Ideas.

Wednesday 09 September 2015
We’re well into a new age as the dynamics of the service sector (and information sectors) are driving the growth and performance of many first world economies, including Australia’s. Part of this shift includes the unstoppable movement towards the shared economy.
Sydney’s Light Rail A Winner…Can We Have Some More please!

Sydney’s Light Rail A Winner…Can We Have Some More please!

Wednesday 26 August 2015
In 2013 (the most current figures available) it was estimated there are 400 light rail networks operating world-wide, 200 being planned and 60 under construction. With Sydney CBD and East Light Rail make that 61 under construction.
Sydney’s Southern CBD & Chinatown Driven by Diversity, Access and Technology

Sydney’s Southern CBD & Chinatown Driven by Diversity, Access and Technology

Wednesday 19 August 2015
Sydney’s Southern CBD and Chinatown are generally considered to cover an area from Bathurst Street to Central Station, and from Elizabeth Street to Darling Harbour including Haymarket and a small part of Sydney.Currently NSW and Sydney in particular is in the midst of a new growth phase, and Sydney’s CBD in particular is well advanced into a decade of major change.
Today’s Powerhouse Technology & Property

Today’s Powerhouse Technology & Property

Thursday 23 July 2015
We are all in an era of sweeping change in the way we work. Change is being energised by technology, communications technology to be specific, which is now seen as the workhorse of a modern economy. From machines moving out of the factory and into the office to cost savings delivered through office neighbourhoods, we explore this new era for modern CBD's.
Offices - The Age of Fluid Collaboration

Offices - The Age of Fluid Collaboration

Thursday 16 July 2015
The way we work and where we work is changing. In Australia, and in many other advanced economies, the CBD is a powerhouse of productivity, essential to the local economy.