AILA Conference – Early Bird rate finishes JAN 30

The Australian Institute Landscape Architects(AILA) annual conference that will be held in Melbourne, May 7–9 2009 is about to close its early bird rate which is a saving of $110AUD (over 14% saving) on the full rate.

Go to Registration  today to get the early bird rate

For more information goto the conference website

Observatory owners plan to save 3 buildings -TheStar.com

The Star(Toronto) reports “Metrus, the company that purchased the sprawling David Dunlap Observatory lands from the University of Toronto last year, has finally publicly revealed which parts of the property it’s prepared to see preserved from development.”

[SOURCE: TheStar.com | GTA | Observatory owners plan to save 3 buildings]

Sustainability to be woven into new buildings – Gulfnews

Rayeesa Absal of Gulf News reports “Upcoming buildings in the capital will need to have a minimum level of sustainability woven into their design plan in order to enable developers to secure the approval of the authorities for any project, officials told Gulf News.

Moving a step ahead of the Estidama (sustainability in Arabic) initiative launched in 2008 by the Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council (UPC), the council has unveiled a new development benchmark called Estidama Integrative Design Process (EIDP).”

{SOURCE: Gulfnews: Sustainability to be woven into new buildings}.

11X Design Tour – Portland

Free open house of 11 modern architectural home designs by 11x Design in Portland

10AM – 5PM Saturday 21 February

Go here for the map of the designs and details

Master plan for development of PCB areas soon-The Times of India

The Times of India  reports “A master plan for the development of infrastructure in the Pune Cantonment Board (PCB) jurisdiction is in the offing. Board members are contemplating over forming a committee for studying infrastructure requirements of the cantonment with a view to develop the plan.”

[SOURCE: The Times of India – Master plan for development of PCB areas soon]

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