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Brick Tease, Council Grant Axed

Brick Tease, Council Grant Axed

Stimulus Needed For Gold Coast Says ADC Arnold Development Consultants (ADC) were disappointed by Gold Coast City Council’s recent decision not to proceed with the $5000-$8000 grant for new home buyers and builders. This grant would have been a great injection into the Gold Coast…

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Welcome To Logan

Welcome To Logan

The new kids on the block in Vanessa Boulevard at Springwood might have only been in residence for the past month but Arnold Development Consultants (ADC) have been a driving force in town planning, surveying and urban design on the Gold Coast and south east…

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Mayor Opens ADC’s Brisbane Office

Mayor Opens ADC’s Brisbane Office

On Wednesday the 1st June 2011, Mayor Pam Parker was present to cut the ribbon and officially open ADC’s new Brisbane office.

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ADC Brisbane Office Opening – Who Was There

ADC Brisbane Office Opening – Who Was There

The office opening event brought together a mix of ADC’s valued clients, staff and members of Logan City Council.

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Coast Falls Behind On New Projects

Coast Falls Behind On New Projects

Gympie has copped labels like “backward” and “backwater” from southeast Queensland residents for years, But the city overtook the Gold Coast in one crucial area in April. Just 15 residential and commercial projects kicked off on the Gold Coast in April, while Gympie – which…

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Eye-spy on Traders

Eye-spy on Traders

MATTHEW KILLORAN & STEPHANIE BEDO Thousands of businesses across the city will be hit by a council “drive-by” inspection this year. Council officers have been patrolling Ashmore Road, Bundall, and Smith Street, Southport, to spy out businesses operating out of homes without permission. Council documents…

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Melbourne or Bust

Melbourne or Bust

The building and construction industry says more Gold Coasters are heading to Melbourne than vice versa, for the first time since 1982. UDIA national executive Brian Stewart said figures in the Population Growth Highlights and Trends Queensland 2012 report had confirmed the flow of interstate…

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