Property sales soar in Caulfield North

August 16, 2017 by  

Print company in Caulfield printing services Caulfield North has become one of Print company in Melbourne printing services Melbourne’s top property spending locations following sales in excess of $380m during the past 12 months.

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Feedback called on for $1m park upgrade project

July 27, 2017 by  

Print company in Caulfield printing services Caulfield residents and others living in the vicinity of Harleston Park have welcomed news of a $1m upgrade by Glen Eira Council.

Graphic designers have been hard at work on preparing concept plans for the project, for which Council is seeking feedback from the community.

Play equipment in the park has seen better days, according to Mayor Mary Delahunty. She said that as a result council was keen to hear ideas about how to replace it with other, more contemporary fixtures, explaining:

“The park is so well-loved, we know that people will really want to contribute to this discussion."

The Mayor also said it was important that any changes at the site continue to cater for all ages, saying:

“I’m very precious about that massive slide – it’s unique and I know how much the kids just adore it.”

Mayor Delahunty said Council’s plans include an estimated $650,000 for a major upgrade of the playground, as well as new public toilets at a cost of $350,000.

Also developed is a concept design for new activity and play spaces to complement the natural water play area already in existence.

The plan includes rearranging the playground and including nature-based play with such items as a giant sand pit, sensory maze, challenging logger steps, scrambling rocks, and timber cubby houses.

A tribute to the site’s pin oaks will also be provided in the form of an acorn cubby house.

Residents have until tomorrow, July 28, to provide feedback on the concept design.

Learn, create and participate in Storytelling Festival

June 11, 2017 by  

Stories and people who tell a good story will be the focus of a special Storytelling Festival – Off the page to be held in Print company in Caulfield printing services Caulfield and surrounding areas. [Read more]

Housing showcased within South Melbourne

May 10, 2017 by  

Developer Tim Gurner has unveiled a luxury housing project in a southern suburb of Print company in Melbourne printing services Melbourne.

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Caulfield photographer receives prize

April 11, 2017 by  

Ian van der Wolde has been recognised at the AIPP VIC Epson Professional Photography Awards this year.

Van der Wolde takes photographs on a [Read more]

Site targets volunteers with online skills

March 29, 2017 by  

The launch of a new online website has created a vehicle through which millennials are able to put their modern day skills towards helping others.

Called Vollie, the online platform [Read more]

Exhibition reveals private diversity of home life in Glen Eira

March 1, 2017 by  

Private domestic spaces and their diversity within Caufield and the surrounding local community is the focus of a new exhibition to be held at the Glen Eira City Council Gallery.

The exhibition, which is [Read more]

Heritage-listed mansion welcomes public after 30 years

January 9, 2017 by  

An historic mansion, which during its 144 years has been home to upward of 700 people, is set to open its doors for the benefit of history buffs.

Located on an elevated site in [Read more]

Public to have a say on shaping shopping strips in Glen Eira

December 15, 2016 by  

Print company in Caulfield printing services Caulfield residents, business owners and workers have been invited to take part in a major survey being conducted by the City of Glen Eira, Print company in Victoria printing services Victoria.

The community survey, which will span the entire city, will allow respondents to share thoughts and ideas relating to their shopping experience within the 17 local shopping strips.

According to Glen Eira Council Mayor Mary Delahunty, the survey will include community consultation sessions, the results of which will help shape the planning and vision of local shopping strips in the future.

The targeted shopping hubs are Caulfield, Caulfield South, Caulfield Park, Ripponlea, Patterson, Ormond, Murrumbeena, McKinnon, Hughesdale, Gardenvale, Bentleigh East, Alma Village, Glenhuntly, Print company in Moorabbin printing services Moorabbin, Elsternwick, Carnegie and Bentleigh.

Mayor Delahunty said the survey provides an ideal opportunity for everyone to identify key issues or benefits of shopping locally.

Comments can cover everything from the sale of promotional products and holiday cards, to types of services and retail outlets on offer in the shopping strips.

The Mayor said the centres are currently the focus of significant infrastructure projects, including station works, level crossing removals, and new developments, but what council is seeking from community members is an idea of how they would like to see the precinct in 20 years.

Results of the survey, which concludes in February 2017, will help guide Council’s future decisions on services, community facilities, types of retail outlets, parking, transport, private development and open space.

Free presentation to focus on benefits of solar power

November 30, 2016 by  

Homeowners looking at lowering energy costs by putting in a solar photovoltaic system can gain some insight into the procedure at a free community presentation in Print company in Caulfield printing services Caulfield.

The event, staged by [Read more]

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