28 - 30 November, 2017 | Australia

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Developing an Interconnected Mixed-Use Innovation Precinct to Meet Future Needs

Ahead of the Business Park Design, Development and Transformation Summit 2017 we chat to Milos Milutinovic, Senior Associate at architecture firm Woods Bagot. Milos discuses how Tonsley, Australia’s first innovation district, was developed to would assist SA businesses in their move up the value chain and into global markets.

Creating a Mini-Metropolis: Insights into Sydney Olympic Park’s Master Plan 2030

Ahead of the Business Park Design, Development and Transformation Summit 2017 we chat to Ben Woods Director of Property Development at the Sydney Olympic Park Authority. In this article Ben explores how Sydney Olympic Park’s 2030 Master Plan aims to create a mini metropolis with a $10 billion infrastructure investment.

Frasers Property Australia: Developing Sustainable Industrial Estates for the Future

Horsley Drive Business Park (HDBP) in Western Sydney’s Wetherill Park, is an innovative and sustainable industrial estate that has set a new benchmark in Australia for industrial parks. All buildings within the 20.4 hectare estate will achieve a 6 Star Green Star rating from the Green Building Council of Australia...

Developing Tonsley Park: Australia’s First Innovation Precinct

Tonsley Innovation Precinct, built on the once-abandoned site of a Mitsubishi factory, is Australia’s first innovation business park. The innovation precinct brings together leading-edge research and education institutions, established businesses and start-ups, business incubators and accelerators as well as government and the wider community to connect, collaborate and innovate.

New levy on 70,000 homes around Parramatta to pay for parks, schools, transport

The state government could charge levies of around $20,000 per dwelling on tens of thousands of new homes to be built on a stretch of central Sydney from Westmead through Parramatta and Olympic Park to Strathfield.

New levy on 70,000 homes around Parramatta to pay for parks, schools, transport

The state government could charge levies of around $20,000 per dwelling on tens of thousands of new homes to be built on a stretch of central Sydney from Westmead through Parramatta and Olympic Park to Strathfield.

Sydney Olympic Park leases run strong following NSW infrastructure development

Leasing activity is heating up in Sydney's west as the area benefits from major infrastructure developments by the NSW government, which has also spurred private investors to seek out space.Under the Sydney Olympic Park Authority, now run by Charles Moore, the area is undergoing significant change as part of strategic...