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Institute sponsors urban design awards

The Institute of Sustainable Development & Architecture is sponsoring the Gold Coast City Council Urban Design Awards, to be held in September.

The official launch of the awards was held on Monday, March 21, at the Gold Coast Arts Centre and the Institute was represented by current staff and students.

Professor George Earl, Director of the Institute, was invited to speak on the achievements of the Institute, including the three awards it received at the last awards in 2009.

The Institute’s Mirvac School of Sustainable Development won the Award of Excellence in Urban Design, People’s Choice Award and the Sue Robbins Award for Excellence in Urban Design.

Current architectural studies student Kamran Granfar also spoke about his decision to choose Bond University to further his studies.

The launch was attended by the Gold Coast City Council mayor, councillors, sponsor representatives and local media.

For more information about the awards, visit the Gold Coast City Council website.

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