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9th Annual Bill Warnock Dinner and Lecture – 2015

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Guest Speaker DR JULIAN BOLLETER Date: Thursday OCTOBER 22nd 2015 Time: Open Bar at 6.30pm for 7.00pm Venue: Matilda Bay Restaruant 3 Hackett Drive, Crawley Topic: ‘Take me to the River – the history of Perth’s foreshore’ Please join us … Continue reading

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2014 – 8th ANNUAL BILL WARNOCK DINNER & LECTURE

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Guest Speakers GEOFF WARN Government Architect CRAIG SMITH City Architect In Conversation with Amy Barrett-Lennard Curator Barry Strickland Writer/Researcher Date:    Thursday OCTOBER 16th 2014 Time:   Open Bar at 6.30pm for 7.00pm Venue:   Melbourne Hotel 942 Hay Street Perth   Geoff … Continue reading

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ELIZABETH QUAY: CITYVISION REFINEMENTS SHOW ADDED CIVIC VALUE – INCLUDING A BRIDGE

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CityVision has long championed development of Perth’s waterfront, to create a more enjoyable and accessible foreshore. Our aim has always been to maximize civic value, taking advantage of our unique riverfront, while maintaining and adding to the future public domain. … Continue reading

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ELIZABETH QUAY: Cityvision plan shows it’s not too late to avoid traffic chaos.

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The CityVision-sponsored Citizens’ Enquiry into Elizabeth Quay headed by the Hon Robert Nicholson AO, Emeritus Professor Geoffrey Bolton AO and retired Associate Professor of Architecture David Standen AM, found that the current scheme was flawed. The report by twelve invited … Continue reading

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Response to planning concepts for Burswood Island

CityVision supports the plan for a new major stadium at Burswood and has done so for some time. Please view our earlier comments below, which outline our case. a) Burswood Peninsula Draft District Framework Comments by CityVision CityVision BurswoodSubmission b)”Perth’s … Continue reading

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Annual Bill Warnock Memorial Dinner 2012

The annual Bill Warnock dinner is a special event held usually in August, at which we invite an eminent figure or practitioner to speak on Planning, Urban Design or Architectural issues at a public forum. Guest Speaker PROF. STEPHEN D. … Continue reading

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Perth Waterfront Proposals

CityVision’s submission and alternative plan retains Esplanade Park (part), Riverside Drive as an elegant bridge, limits overshadowing buildings: and still creates real estate revenue for government, while establishing greater civic and  community value. A (Brief) History of CityVision’s Involvement and … Continue reading

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Northbridge ‘Link’ – The REAL Northbridge Link

LOST: Perth’s Opportunity of a Lifetime The State proposes to sink the remaining rail lines between Perth Station and Lake Street Northbridge, to provide 13ha of land for development. CityVision believes there should be a new central city park – … Continue reading

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Cathedral Square

First proposed in 1991 by (now) CityVision chairman Ken Adam, revised in 2010, the removal of the Law Chambers/Public Trust building would create a city square north of St Georges Cathedral. This would provide both a much-needed civic space and … Continue reading

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Strategic Planning for the Capital City

There should be proper mechanisms (rather than the current ad-hoc approach) CityVision endorses the submission by the Australian Institute of Architects Some Ideas for Central Perth  2002 paper

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