Koalas are our National icon and loved by Australians and tourists alike. So, when a Koala Expert Panel advised the Queensland government that the planning framework to protect koalas had failed, quoting an 80% loss in koala numbers, everyone’s attention has been turned to what response would be taken.
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.
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.
Have you ever wondered how many lights there are on the iconic Story Bridge or what it’s like to hang from it supported by nothing but a rope? If you have, this article is a must-read.
Clearview Urban Village has been proclaimed by News Corp Australia as a project of an exceptional transformation
We are proud to have Clearview Urban Village mentioned on the news as an example of good development. The article, originally written by the journalist Samantha Healy, points out how this project (brought to life by Heran Building Group) incorporates the redevelopment of a former TAFE site located in the established inner city suburb of Seven Hills.
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.