Plunge pools and golf cart parking make this new development a hit

first_img. . Azure Development Group’s Emerson Edition development.Stunning low maintenance pads with golf course views have been launched as part of The Emerson Edition in the exclusive Minnippi Parklands.The Emerson Edition, by developer Azure Development Group, takes inspiration from classic Palm Springs 1950s modernist architecture, while still embracing contemporary Brisbane living.The unprecedented edition will feature a collection of 15 modern and distinctive residences, featuring private plunge pools, internal landscaped courtyards, golf cart parking and north-easterly views of the seventh fairway.The greatly anticipated golf course will be Brisbane’s only public course south of the Brisbane River, and the first to be built in over 70 years.Designed with owner occupiers and downsizers in mind, the spacious four-bedroom, three bathroom and two-car garage terraces range from 273sq m to 545sq m, priced from $1.05 million.Azure Development Group’s Director Trent Keirnan said he believed the residences were unique to Brisbane and fitting for the Minnippi enclave.“Brand new, large, low maintenance, golf-frontage, this close to the CBD … It just doesn’t exist,” Mr Keirnan said.“It’s just amazing, even if people are not golfers they know the north easterly aspect is not going to be built out.“Our vision for The Emerson Edition is to celebrate the timeless appeal of classic, mid-centuryMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus1 day agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market1 day agoarchitecture — how it can complement both the natural landscape and contemporary Brisbaneliving.”Featuring European oak flooring throughout, there are multiple living areas, extensive master bedrooms with walk-in robe and ensuites.The kitchens are long and expansive, featuring refined stone benchtops, an abundance of cabinetsand intelligent storage spaces and exclusive feature pendant lighting.“A considered focus on balancing form and function has enabled us to provide massive amounts of storage and generous living spaces across all areas of the residences”Mr Keirnan said rather than having residents share a communal facility, they have designed the terraces and courtyards larger so they could be used privately.last_img read more

Beach Recycling Works at Eastoke Frontage

first_imgBeach recycling works on the Eastoke frontage, Hayling Island, are in full swing now, according to the Eastern Solent Coastal Partnership (ESCP).“We are planning to carry out the beach recycling in order to build up the beach crest width along the developed Eastoke frontage, in order to maintain the first line of defense against coastal flooding,” reported ESCP.The works started on 2nd October 2017, and are expected to last for a period of 4 weeks.ESCP also added that the works will involve heavy earthmoving machinery working along the beach, transporting shingle from areas of build up to depleted groyne bays along the Eastoke frontage.This will restore the beach to the recommended standard of protection for the winter period.During the project, the contractor – JT Mackley & Co Ltd – is planning to recycle approximately 25,000m³ of shingle.[mappress mapid=”24490″]last_img read more

Other Sports Aditya Mehta stuns Pankaj Advani to win CCI snooker crown

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Mumbai: Indian Oil cueist Aditya Mehta produced a tremendous performance to stun arch-rival Pankaj Advani 7-3 in the final of the Rs 12.9 lakh CCI All India Open Snooker Championship on Tuesday. It was a great comeback for the lanky Mumbai-based Mehta, who has been struggling due to some health issues and has been playing with an unorthodox stance and cueing action.He did well to cruise to a 62-60, 0-91, 38-63, 37-70, 74-39, 79-7, 62-59, 84-13, 72-13, 65-19 victory. Mehta received the ‘Champions’ trophy and a handsome cheque of Rs 2 lakh, while Advani got the runners-up prize of Rs 1.30 lakh. Advani also pocketed Rs 25,000 for the highest break of 131 he had craftily constructed in the round of 64 match.The top-ranked Indian Advani showed promise at the start and on his second visit made a 53-run to gain the advantage, but a couple of visits later he fouled on the pink and Mehta did not waste time as he neatly rolled in a 56 break to take the opening honours. Bengaluru-based National champion Advani of ONGC came good in the second and, after making a 29-run at the start, he followed it up with a break of 62 to pocket the frame and tie the scores.Also Read | KXIP donate Rs 25 lakh to families of five CRPF soldiers killed in Pulwama attackLater, Advani won the next two by close margins to take a 3-1 lead. However, Mehta, playing with plenty of guts and gumption, managed to snatch the fifth to bridge the gap. He then constructed a superb 79 clearance to win the sixth and to go into the short interval with the scores level at 3-3.Mehta maintained the winning momentum on resumption and came up with a timely 43 clearance to snatch the seventh frame to lead 4-3. Thereafter, he played with greater confidence and potted more consistently as he went on to also pocket the subsequent three frames to wrap up the match and emerge champion. last_img read more