Large scale finance and real estate projects in the Middle East, some of which were announced at Cityscape, will be vulnerable to the global credit crunch, according to a new report.
Read more @ the SOURCE: Propertywire.com – Mega property projects in the Middle East could face funding problems | Middle East | News.
A 38-kilometer waterfront development in Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia, the upcoming $1 billion (P48 billion) logistics and service hub project inside Clark Freeport Zone, the planned redevelopment of Pasig River waterways and riverbanks, high-rise residential developments rising along the Jumeirah Beach in Dubai, and urban landscaping of Butuan City.
SOURCE: INQUIRER.net, Philippine News for Filipinos – Changing urban areas for the better
It may not be the sprawling 50-acre countryside farm he once dreamed of running, but for Newton resident Greg Maslowe, the 2 acres of city-owned property in south Newton is just right.
read more @ the SOURCE: The Boston Globe – Challenge, rewards in running Newton’s only remaining farm –
A landscape architect refused yesterday to give his view on the acceptability of long-term landscape damage caused by parts of the proposed Aberdeen bypass’s southern leg.
read more @ the SOURCE: Press & Journal – Look at the bigger picture, says landscape architect