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WEBS as an Integrated Approach for Development of the Future
By admin on September 16, 2016

Wise Earth has recently developed an R&D demo building operation; WEBS (Wise Earth Building Solutions). This system will be used on Wise Earth’s associated company’s developments and will integrate the many innovative concepts and cutting edge approaches including MassWall; Solar hot water and air conditioning and PV power systems. With WEBS, Wise Earth should be able to monitor and improve by demonstration, the building operations that build project style homes. The consumer will get…

Progressive View in Development of Cottesloe
By admin on September 13, 2016

Recent debate on the Swanbourne Village Trust (SVT) development in Congdon St, Cottesloe has heated up with a small, very vocal minority spreading leaflets in letterboxes in the area. These leaflets were laced with incorrect information and assumptions and making statements disguised as facts that are little more than the opinions of a few people that seem to be opposed to change in Cottesloe. The Misnamed Group : Cottesloe Residents & Ratepayers Association The name adopted by this group…

World Experts Endorse Swanbourne Village Trust’s Vision
By admin on July 12, 2016

Professor Peter Newman AO and Josh Byrne from Josh Byrne and Associates; leaders in sustainable policy, have endorsed the vision and planning principles of the Swanbourne Village Trust (SVT). Peter Newman is a Distinguished Professor of Sustainability at the Curtin University Sustainable Policy Institute (CUSP). CUSP was established in January 2008 and headed by Professor Newman. Sustainability Policy The idea of sustainability is a relatively new concept, but is rapidly becoming a key issu…

Providing for Swanbourne’s Needs into the 21st Century
By admin on May 14, 2016

The Swanbourne Precinct Development Trust (SPDT) has been formed to effectively develop the precinct around the Swanbourne railway station and provide a sustainable roadmap to the needs of this community for the next 5-10 years. The first property for the SPDT; number 1 Franklin St; has already been purchased and paid for and is in a good strategic location with a right of way. This will allow the trust, together with the engagement of local shop owners and residents, to effectively develop a…