The fifth round of the Federal Government’s Building Better Regions Fund, which is aimed at projects that create jobs, drive economic growth and build stronger regional communities, opened for applications on 12 January.
An increase in the number of natural disaster emergencies across NSW has resulted in an increased focus on local councils to be 'resilient ready' to manage any emergency.
Morrison Low have recently welcomed Tony Camenzuli to the team, with Tony joining the Sydney office in November 2020 as the in-house economist.
Four years on, the NSW mergers are still making headlines for all the wrong reasons. Back in 2016 the Fit for the Future process, brought in by the Baird government, was one of the biggest changes NSW local government had experienced over the preceding decade.
We're very happy to take this opportunity to welcome Mark Wood to the Sydney-based team.
It’s that time of year again where councils will need to report on the condition of their infrastructure assets in Special Schedule 7 (SS7).
What role does procurement play in revitalising the local economy? How do councils plan for significant capital projects?
Morrison Low is pleased to announce that Alice Grace has been promoted to the role of director.
The Covid-19 pandemic may have significant social and economic impacts on your community and for you as an organisation. Business continuity plans are paramount. But how prepared are you?
It was a full house for the breakfast panel on youth and climate change at the Northern Branch meeting on 17 October 2019 in Parnell says branch chair Cushla Anich, Director of Morrison Low. The panel consisted of two industry and two youth members. The industry members were Kathryn King, Urban Mobility Manager from NZTA, and Andrew Chin, Waters Programme Manager from Auckland Council. The youth members were Luke Wijohn Representing School Strike 4 Climate NZ, and Pim van den Top representing Generation Zero.