The Mayor of London has launched a website and campaign for Londoners to vote for which park they think deserves upgrading.
Ten of the Forty Seven parks in London will be granted up to £400,000(USD$616,000)
Voting ends on 5pm, 30 January 2009, so hurry and vote now to Help a London Park.
SOURCE: London.gov.uk – Help a London Park.
The Hong Goverment website news.gov.hk announced that
“The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge feasibility report will be submitted to the Central Government in December for scrutiny, and the three jurisdictions will invite tenders for the main bridge’s preliminary design on December 1.
This was the message from Secretary for Transport & Housing Eva Cheng after the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge Advance Work Co-ordination Group’s 9th meeting in Guangzhou today.
[SOURCE: news.gov.hk Central Gov't to review bridge report].
The Age reports
“MELBOURNE(Australia) might continue to sprawl to the west, with a potential shift of the city’s urban growth boundary revealed in plans for a new ring road.
The outer metropolitan ring road, which will also include a rail link, will run in an arc from Avalon Airport to the Hume Highway.
The road is set to be included in the State Government’s transport plan, due out within days.”
SOURCE: The Age.com.au – Melbourne urban sprawl may grow with new outer ring road.
DAILY TRIUMPH reports
“AS part of the resolve to achieve its urban renewal objectives, Kano state government says it is set to make the ancient city one of the most beautiful cities not only in Nigeria but the world over.
In this regard, the state Urban Planning and Development Authority (KNUPDA) is currently conducting various beautification exercises toward achieving the set goals.”
[SOURCE: DAILY TRIUMPH-Urban renewal programme: Green areas for Kano soon]
”The Dubai government has indicated that it is looking at holding down the roll out of upcoming housing units to steady the emirate’s real estate market. The announcement comes as the authorities also denied that a rumoured merger between the city’s two biggest developers, Emaar and government-owned Nakheel Properties, was on the cards.”
SOURCE: AMEinfo.com – Dubai to hold property roll out as Emaar, Nakheel merger denied