Staff of Parker Scanlon enjoyed breakfast with the inspirational Gemma Sisia who founded the School of St Judes in Tanzania for the poorest of the poor and one of the schools graduate students, Winrose.
Parker Scanlon are proud supporters of the School of St Judes.
Gemma Sisia founded the School of St Jude in Tanzania in 2002 to provide an education to now over 1,500 students. Come and share in her inspiring story on Tuesday 14 March at Merewether Surfhouse for Breakfast, or for an evening at Toronto Workers Club.
As Chairman of the Hunter Manning Group of Surveyors, Mark Scanlon presented awards at the University of Newcastle Annual Dinner of the Discipline of Civil, Surveying and Environmental Engineering held on Friday 7th October 2016.
Newcastle New Projects held a fantastic seminar on 7th July, in which we had the pleasure of presenting a presentation on How to Spot the Right Development Site & Determine its potential yield.
Parker Scanlon would like to thank our valued clients who have been with us over the past 9 years.
We are very excited to launch into our 10th year of quality service.
When you are running out of desk space and carparks you know it’s time for a move to bigger premises. After some internal renovations and updating of fixtures, Parker Scanlon moved out of their Broadmeadow office of eight years to their new home in William Street, Hamilton.
Thanks to Hunter Business Review for this article, which appeared in their October edition. After eight years in Broadmeadow, Parker Scanlon have moved to larger, newly renovated premises at 17 William Street, Hamilton. The move couldn’t come fast enough as the
The Port Stephens Development Control Plan 2014 (the DCP) was adopted by Port Stephens Council on Tuesday, 14 July 2015 and has been in effect from Thursday, 6 August 2015.
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