Seniors Living — Halcyon Lakeside, Halcyon Design Excellence — Avalon by Mosaic, Mosaic Property Group Premium Small Scale Development — The Lakes Residences, Northern Peninsula, Sunland Group Families opt for apartments, over house and land FULL WINNERS LIST Master Planned Development — Parklands, Project Grocon Consultants’ Excellence — Parklands, Cardno, Archipelago, Arkhefield, and ARM Community Engagement Excellence — Plan your Brisbane, Brisbane City Council Lakeside by Halcyon won the Seniors Living category at the UDIA awards. Inside the build-to-rent project on the Gold Coast.“Smith Collective will be home to a collective of like-minded, everyday people, from academics, students and healthcare workers engaged in the neighbouring tertiary and hospital precincts to young professionals, families and downsizing retirees searching for an active lifestyle.” Avalon by Mosaic Property Group won the Design Excellence category at the UDIA awards. President’s Award — Parklands Project, Grocon CEO’s Award — Walton Stores, Aspect Architects & Project Managers Urban Renewal — Lucent Gasworks, Cavcorp Residential Care — Dovetree, Wesley Mission Queensland Affordable Housing — The Kurrajong Townhouses, Churches of Christ in Queensland BEST OF THE BEST: Parklands Project by Grocon won the President’s Award at the UDIA awards.Build-to-rent communities are the way of the future, providing more people with close access to community amenity at an affordable price.An early example of one such community is the development that housed more than 6000 athletes and officials at this year’s Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Inside the build-to-rent project on the Gold Coast.“It’s got a really good example of retail and community delivery, which is what our industry is essentially about.”Featuring 18 apartment towers, 82 two-storey townhouses and a 6280sq m retail hub, the Grocon and UBS Asset Management project is one of the city’s largest urban renewal projects and has already announced plans for new Woolworths and BWS stores.UBS Asset Management executive director Michael Woodrow said international trends showed people were increasingly willing to forgo home ownership in favour of the quality of lifestyle and location offered by precincts such as Smith Collective.“Our vision is to create a thriving community unlike anything the Gold Coast has seen,” Mr Woodrow said. Affordable Small Scale Development — Baringa Urban Village, Stockland Retail, Commercial, and Public Use — 900 Ann St, Consolidated Properties Group High Density Development — Oxley + Stirling Residences, Aria Property Group Marketing Excellence — Drift by Mosaic, Mosaic Property Group Environmental Excellence — Minnippi, Urbex Medium Density Development — Arc on Lima, Mosaic Property Group Working towards a better future in southeast Queensland “It will be new for renters in Queensland and Australia, that they have the certainty of tenure in this build-to-rent sector that allows them to feel like the rental property is theirs and not quite so transient as current rental properties.”He said the purpose for build-to-rent communities was to provide people with an opportunity to live close to where the work.“People are going to concentrate it around areas where the demand is unable when people don’t have access to properties when they’re close to the fantastic amenity without paying top range acquisition prices.”Mr Murray said the project stood out it several categories and was a good example of urban renewal, affordable housing and medium and high rise density development. Residential Subdivision — North Harbour, North East Business Park Minnipp by Urbex by Aria Property Group won the Environmental Excellence category at the UDIA awards. Parklands Project by Grocon won the President’s Award at the UDIA awards.Grocon’s Parklands Project, took out the top gong at the 2018 UDIA Qld Mitchell Brandtman Awards for Excellence on Friday, November 2.The development is earmarked to become one of Queensland’s first built-to-rent communities was not only crowned with the President’s Award, it also took home the Master Planned Development award.UDIA Queensland state president Ian Murray said the project, now named Smith Collective, was selected from the pool of category winners as it was the “best of the best” and was the largest built-to-rent community soon to be available in the state.“It’s a new emerging sector for the Australian development industry and this is one of the first earliest examples in Queensland,” Mr Murray said. MORE: “Research shows that while an increasing number of people want to live where they work, shop and play, they also yearn for the security of long-term leases and ability to add personal touches to their homes.“By maintaining ownership of Smith Collective’s residential offering, we are able to grant those wishes and help our residents and retailers build a sense of community often lost within large-scale urban developments. >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK<< Lucent Gasworks by Cavcorp won the Urban Renewal category at the UDIA awards.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours ago Oxley + Stirling Residences by Aria Property Group won the High Density Development category at the UDIA awards. Wildcard — Sustainability through Innovation and Scientific Solutions, Rock Trade Industries
Marco Ilaimaharitra (Madagascar)Cautions: Madagascar vs Nigeria & Guinea vs MadagascarThemba Zwane (South Africa)Cautions: South Africa vs Morocco & South Africa vs NamibiaSteve Mounie (Benin)Cautions: Benin vs Cameroon & Ghana vs BeninShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Following the group stage matches, three players have been suspended for the Round of 16 matches of the Total Africa Cup of Nations Egypt 2019.This is in accordance with Article 42.2 of the regulation which states “the cautions received during the matches qualifying phase shall not be taken into account for the matches of the final tournament. At the end of the first phase of the final tournament (group matches), all cautions received shall be cancelled for the rest of the competition. Nevertheless, a player having collected two yellow cards will sustain the one match suspension”.The trio were cautioned for the second time on the final day matches of the group stage, thus ruling them out of the next round. They are;
It was the David and Goliath battle with Hekari the favourites to win.A goal in the 16th minute of play to Hekari ‘ s Wira Wama put his side in front with all the momentum.Hekari continued to ask questions, putting all the pressure on the Rapatona back line.The score was 1-0 going into the break.Rapatona equalized just after half time when Henry Ronny put one past the goal keeper in the 53rd minute.This produced a change in the tide as Rapatona launched their comeback. Rapatona thoroughly dominated the next 20 minutes of play, threatening to score.But Hekari ‘s Leslie Kalai was up to the task and his saves ensured Rapatona did not take the lead.Hekari weathered the storm and gave themselves some breathing space with a goal from strike player Tommy Semmy after 70 minutes of play.This pushed Hekari to continue to defend their lead until the final whistle.