At Mirvac, our mission is to Reimagine Urban Life, which means we’re always searching for ways to improve the urban experience for people living in our cities.
Waste, and the way we extract materials, imposes a significant burden on our planet. We see this as an opportunity to play our part and be a force for good, so today we’ve released a plan outlining how we intend to achieve our goal of sending zero waste to landfill by 2030.
There's been plenty of discussion lately about economic stimulus. Looking at our own industry, it's heartening to be reminded of the enormous multiplier effect property development and construction offers in terms of jobs creation and wider community benefit.
Here's an interesting finding for you from research we've recently undertaken: 37% of Mirvac customers would be tempted to reconsider where they live if they could work from home more frequently.
Rounding out the series of posts Stuart Penklis has written recently on the enduring factors that make a home stand the test of time, in this article he discusses how legacy and creating communities that inspire and evolve with their residents is something deeply seeded in Mirvac’s DNA.
As I have watched the shift to broader and longer parental leave policies over the past decade, I frequently joked to new parents that we had our kids about ten years too early.
Our industry has come under considerable scrutiny recently, from both the public and the media, regarding the construction quality of residential projects of every size and scale. Quality, however, doesn’t happen by accident and reputations are built over many years rather than overnight.
Mirvac acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters of Australia, and we offer our respect to their Elders past and present.
Artwork: ‘Reimagining Country’, created by Riki Salam (Mualgal, Kaurareg, Kuku Yalanji) of We are 27 Creative.