It’s only anecdotal evidence but here it is: one man applying for a job in an architectural studio was rejected because his wife might become pregnant. How’s that for an unintended consequence.
Leading companies are increasingly incorporating environmental, social and governance matters into mainstream annual reporting.
Western Australia is joining the timber trend sweeping the eastern seaboard with its first timber-framed building, a 10-storey hotel at inner city Northbridge.
Fast growing US-based co-working space operator WeWork has emerged as the sole occupant of Lendlease’s lastest timber building, Daramu House at South Barangaroo.
Docklands in Melbourne has solidified its reputation as a test-bed for engineered timber, with developer AsheMorgan announcing Melbourne’s first cross-laminated timber (CLT) office building.
The Victorian government will use its own purchasing power to drive demand for recycled products as part of a $37 million package announced by energy, environment and climate change minister Lily D’Ambrosio on Tuesday.
The government has again provoked the ire of renewable energy advocates this week, with Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg suggesting new coal-fired power stations may be welcomed as part of the National Energy Guarantee (NEG).
Victoria and WA-based Yolk Property Group has been selected alongside Southern Cross Care WA to develop a residential, aged care and retirement living precinct in Perth’s Champion Lakes. Yolk will aim high on sustainability and implement Bioregional’s One Planet Living framework in the development of the vacant 14-hectare site situated 23km south-east of Perth’s CBD. […]