After months of work and preparation, on Friday 3rd November, Wolter Consulting Group attended the UDIA Qld Awards for Excellence Luncheon at Brisbane City Hall. Wolter Consulting Group entered Heran Building Group’s Seven Hills project Clearview Urban Village into the Consultant’s Excellence category.
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.
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.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the annual Making Cities Liveable Conference and Wolter Consulting Group is honoured to have been a part of it. Natalie Rayment, WCG Director/ Planning Manager and YIMBY Qld Co-founder, gave a presentation discussing the YIMBY initiative and why we should be celebrating good development.
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...
Currently the planning policy for aged-care living and the forecast industry demand do not line up. Gain insight into the types of retirement facilities and the challenges facing the development industries here.
Wolter Consulting Group provides insight into the tricks and traps of the new Planning Act ahead of its implementation on July 3 2017.
Natalie Rayment, WCG’s Director and Manager of Planning, spoke on ABC Brisbane yesterday about the South East Queensland Regional Plan. With only one week left of public consultation it’s worth listening to her discussion with Steve Austin about how this document will shape our future.