Brickworks Tour & Lunch

Brickworks Operations Manager

Tuesday 6th Dec–11am
Brickworks Shopping Centre,
70 Middleborough Rd, Burwood East

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Dec

2022

6-DEC

A tour has been booked at Brickworks Shopping Centre, 70 Middleborough Rd, Burwood East at 11am on Tuesday 6th Dec followed by lunch in a centre restaurant as our Tuesday Social event for December.

Our 1 hour tour commences on Level 1 of the Management Centre at 11am.

The tour will be conducted by Peter Carter, Operations Manager who will show us around Burwood Brickworks: the world’s first retail Living Building. Sustainability set at a gold standard. The centre has been developed by Frasers Property Australia and includes roof top gardens as a state of the art building development that fits with shifts in demographics, climate and lifestyle in a social and environmentally friendly development.

A living building is one that gives more than it takes, leaves a positive legacy on the site it occupies, and which operates as beautifully and efficiently as a flower. Burwood Brickworks Shopping Centre by Frasers Property Australia, is the first retail centre to attempt – and achieve – Living Building Challenge® Petal Certification, the world’s most rigorous measure of the built environment administered by The International Living Future Institute (ILFI).

Hopefully you are now interested enough to come along to our Tuesday Social Event which for a change is a Lunch rather than a Dinner and a very interesting new building development to explore!

Images: Fraser Property website

Burwood Brickworks

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