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Amazing World’s First: Food Innovation Hub

APPROVED !  ADAMS + SPARKES Town Planning is proud to contribute to the groundbreaking Turbine Precinct project, a world-first initiative. Located on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, the Turbine Precinct is gaining both national and international recognition. The innovative precinct is poised…

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Outstanding first true high-rise in CBD

Maroochydore CBD development is moving onwards and upwards thanks to commitment from industry leaders, but it’s Walker Corporation who bring the biggest wow factor. ADAMS + SPARKES are part of the team to bring to realization, this key piece of…

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Draft Ipswich Plan 2024

The City of Ipswich has just unveiled the Draft Ipswich Plan 2024 for public consultation. This plan, once adopted, will replace the current 2006 planning scheme. + The Draft Ipswich Plan 2024 outlines Council’s strategic vision for the future of…

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Aspen: positive and committed for six years

Today, we proudly honour Aspen Dunn | Town Planner for her remarkable six-year journey with our team. Her unwavering dedication, positive attitude, and commitment to projects have made a significant impact on our team, our business, and our clients' projects.…

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Diverse project and outstanding results

ADAMS + SPARKES Town Planning are proud to have a diverse range of projects spread throughout Queensland, from Boondall to Bundaberg, Beerwah, and Buddina. Our team of professionals is dedicated to practical outcomes for both residential and commercial developments that…

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Development Incentives: Moreton Bay Regional Council

Development Incentives available in Moreton Bay! Moreton Bay Regional Council is now offering incentives to encourage private sector construction of affordable social housing. Eligible applicants can apply to have their application fees and infrastructure charges remitted in full or in part. To qualify, the development must contain an Affordable Social Housing component and meet certain criteria. This initiative is part of the Queensland Government’s $2 billion Housing Investment Fund.
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