Many times over the course of my Real Estate career I’ve worked with Landlords and Home Owners who have a property with ‘development potential’. By this I mean property which can be sub-divided, developed into a higher use (e.g. 311 more words
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Council staff slack on security: Audit finds only 46 per cent of Brisbane City Council wearing correct security ID
Courier Mail Matthew Killoran 7 April 2014
THERE is a security crackdown at Brisbane City Council in the lead-up to the G20 after an audit revealed more than half its staff were non-compliant with security protocols.
Youth Week will kick off tonight with an exciting all-ages event at Reddacliff Place in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD. Young people are invited to come along from 6:00pm to 10:00pm to catch some great bands, dance and cultural performances. 72 more words
The purpose of this week’s State of Place entry is to talk about infrastructure. The Brisbane City Council has already delivered several major projects in the last few years that have greatly increased the profile and liveability of Brisbane, and there are no signs that this will slow down. 973 more words
Attention all cyclists.
Pretty please, can you refrain from yelling outside of my bedroom window at five thirty am on Saturday and Sundays?
I have heard all of your stories; what you had for breakfast, how much your new cycling attire cost you and the name of your first born. 117 more words