It has been a busy period for important industry events, with the steady flow of government policy initiatives continuing the PIA State Conference and Industry Awards featuring some great TBB Projects.
As the financial year rapidly draws to a close, we reflect on yet another challenging year of tight economic conditions and a continued disconnect between the Government’s infill growth policy and community sentiment about densification.
Conversations with TBB presents Design Thinking Drawing with Queensland urban designer, architect and QUT Adjunct Professor Peter Richards. DesignThinkingDrawing focuses on how to use freehand drawing to design and think about urbanism and architecture.
Welcome to 2019 Greetings and welcome to our first newsletter for 2019. This edition features some interesting reading on our latest built form projects with Curtin University as well as a run-down on the newly released Apartment Codes.
Welcome to TBB’s 2018 Christmas Newsletter Our Newsletter features some great achievements and topical articles and I invite you to take a closer look. As we draw close to the end of another challenging year it is a good time to reflect on the highlights of our business and planning in the state more generally.
The Challenges ahead – keeping human scale at the forefront of city growth Some interesting survey results have been released recently. Firstly, the Economist Intelligence unit 2018 Global Liveability Index showed that Perth has dropped out of the top 10 of the World’s Most Liveable Cities, or rather has been overtaken by other cities like Adelaide, and Melbourne’s top spot…
It has certainly been a busy start to the year. There are some exciting changes afoot in the State’s planning community: The Metronet program is starting to gather some momentum, and the media features a fairly constant presence of infill controversies.
It’s been a busy and successful year for us with a new location, new projects and new recruits.