Saturday, July 7, 2012

Look at the architecture

From the Maitland Mercury report:
“Central Maitland is beautiful with its old buildings and river, and this is going to reflect positively on the CBD and Maitland Heritage Mall,” he said.
“It’s an important step because the population is supposed to double by 2030, which isn’t a long time away – it’s only 18 years – and there’s a lot of infrastructure that’s needed in that time.”
Tony Cant Real Estate general manager Mr Peter Hogan said the government’s investment would give potential developers the confidence to invest in the precinct.

Full article by Belinda-Jane Davis available at Maitland Mercury, 04 July, 2012.