Photo of the Month for August takes us off the beaten track to a powerline easement running through the bushland of Belmont, where our survey team were assigned the task of finding and remarking the boundary corners originally surveyed nearly 100 years earlier.
The July Photo of the month comes from an industrial shed in St Marys, Sydney. Surveyor Joseph is performing a precision monitoring survey to determine the stresses placed on a new train carriage as it is tested through different elevations.
Last month's Photo of the Month was snapped by Jeremy at Cells River in the upper Manning Valley.
Jeremy and Surveyor Joeseph completed a survey of a large rural lot and still managed to find time to enjoy the scenery!
One of our Town Planners, Brad Draper, has recently become a Registered Planner with the Planning Institute of Australia. Congratulations on your hard work Brad!
Are you aware of the recent changes implemented for Newcastle Council’s Development Control Plan? Section 3.03 Residential Accommodation has been adopted by Council. Contact Parker Scanlon's Town Planners for more information on these changes!
On the 31st March, Mark & Monica Scanlon and the staff of Parker Scanlon celebrated the tenth anniversary of the formation of the company and 10 years of service to the Newcastle and Hunter Valley land development industry with a trip to the Blue Mountains.
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.