SEBA Real Estate unveiled one of its spectacular developments “SEBA Tower”, an architectural marvel that will enhance the skyline of the capital and set the bar for innovative urban design.
The AED 600 million mixed-use tower is strategically located in the city’s most prestigious address. Over 262,000 square feet of office and retail space and 316 luxurious residential apartments will be ready for rent by mid 2010. The unique design of this 50 stories silhouette will be visible from miles around.
SEBA Real Estate announces the innovative design of SEBA Tower – SEBA Real Estate.
EDMONTON – Municipalities have asked the provincial government to give them more power to protect natural areas within their boundaries.
“We’re losing a lot of our natural areas — wetlands, tree stands, that sort of thing — and we don’t have the tools in the municipalities to protect them,” said Grant Pearsell, Edmonton’s natural areas co-ordinator and main author of the resolution.
Municipalities want power to preserve natural areas.
The Construction Industry Council launched their Professional Services Survey yesterday stated that the Built Environment industry requires 12,000 competent new professionals to enter the industry every year to meet demand as major projects such as the Olympics gather speed. Added pressure is being put on the industry because 20% of current CPS professionals could retire in the next 10 years.
Construction Industry Council (CIC)
DEVELOPMENT Tenants looking for offices in uptown’s record tight market will have trouble finding space for at least the next year.
“There is a positive side,” said economic development recruiter Justin Hunt at the Charlotte Chamber. “It shows the vibrancy of downtown and corroborates what we tell people — but from a pure product standpoint, it does make things difficult.”
Charlotte Observer | 12/06/2007 | Crowded city challenges business recruiters.
A total of €1.3 billion has been earmarked for public transport spending, while €2.3 billion has been set aside for investment in national and non-national roads.
Minister for Transport Noel Dempsey said the public transport allocation will be used to fund extensions to Dublin’s Luas light railway; for planning and design work on Dublin’s proposed Metro systems and Navan rail line and for continued construction work on the Kildare route project, the Western Rail Corridor and the Cork-Middleton rail line.
ireland.com – Breaking News – Transport outlines planned spend.