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Sep 14 / 2018

Seascape – A Well-Positioned Future.

Our client Villa World goes beyond delivering a house or a piece of land. Their recent development Seascape in Redland Bay, offers designer homes situated in a growth location close to the proposed Weinam Creek marina development. The goal of this development was ‘a well-positioned future’. Wolter Consulting Group have been proudly involved in this project from the early stages, providing Town Planning, Surveying and Environmental services.

Jul 13 / 2018

Orange is the New Green!

Sustainability is important to Wolter Consulting Group and we believe the culmination of small changes in our everyday will elicit positive environmental outcomes. That is why July marks the launch of WCG’s Sustainability Program: ‘Orange is the New Green!’.

May 11 / 2018

The Avenues... taking it to another level

After working on this project for over two years, Wolter Consulting Group was very excited to see the Parklands Precinct successful open day. Project developer and Highfields local, Mac Stirling was determined The Avenues would set a new standard and turned to the team from Wolters Consulting Group to ensure his vision was realised.

Mar 29 / 2018

Vegetation Management Act and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2018

The Vegetation Management and other Legislation Amendment Bill 2018 proposes amendments to three current acts that will put significant roadblocks in the path of developments on sites over five hectares. Wolter Consulting Group's Environmental Team has been going through the main key points you need to know.

Oct 26 / 2017

Urbanity 2017, The Great Debate – NIMBY Vs YIMBY

YIMBY Qld co-founder and town planner extraordinaire, Natalie Rayment recently took part in the ‘Great Debate’ with Brisbane City Councillor, Jonathan Sri and Adam Di Marco, at Urbanity 17. This is an annual conference brought to life by The Urban Developer in partnership with Queensland Government and Brisbane Development Association.

Aug 10 / 2017

Crafting Essential Assessment Reports

Drafting a clear and concise assessment report that delivers the message to the target audience is an essential skill for planners. This presentation from Natalie Rayment, our Planning Manager, and Hannah Sealey, experienced Town Planner at WCG, shows how to get your core message across accurately, succinctly and with greatest effect.

Jul 6 / 2017

You can’t Google culture

When it comes to designing an indigenous garden, landscape architects realised there are some thing that simply can't be googled. WCG has been honoured to work with Gilimbaa this NAIDOC Week to design an indigenous garden and celebrate Aboriginal culture. Read more about this exciting collaboration here...