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g after the re you thinking about buildin A February 2009 bushfires?
munities. g held for bushfire-affected com A series of building expos are bein ding in bushfire-affected areas people who are considering buil The expos are designed to assist ducts and financial advice. affordable homes, specialised pro by providing information about petition, Wheeler Design Demonstration Homes design com Recent winners of the Affordable Ltd and Link Building Group onary Design Development Pty ut their affordable & Construction with architect Visi hand to provide information abo Buckerfield Architects will be on Pty Ltd with BAL 40 house designs. display homes as part look through the builders’ new will also have the opportunity to People expos. of the Marysville and Kinglake Victoria, Bendigo Bank ding Commission, Sustainability resentatives from the Victorian Buil Rep ilable to provide advice at Advisory Service will also be ava and VBRRA’s Free Rebuilding the expos. find out more about affordable g to one of the below expos to Everyone is welcome to come alon activities for the kids will also cted areas. Refreshments and rebuilding options in bushfire-affe be available.

Affordable Building Expos
Affordable homes for bushfireWhittlesea

affected communities

ember 2010 Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 Nov Whittlesea Show Yea Road, Whittlesea dren (6-14 years) Show entry: $15 adults, $5 chil Sunday 14 November 2010 tre and Community Facility Marysville Rebuilding Advisory Cen Murchison Street, Marysville 10.00am – 2.00pm Sunday 28 November 2010 tre and Community Facility Kinglake Rebuilding Advisory Cen Heidelberg-Kinglake Rd, Kinglake 10.00am – 2.00pm


The Victorian Build ing Commission will also be runnin g Owner-Builder Workshops in conj unction with the Marysville an d Kinglake Expos from 10.3 0am - 1.00pm, for more inform ation please call Carina de Graaf on 9618 9185 or cdegraaf@building commission.com.a u


Rebuilding Together 1800 240 667 www.wewillrebuild.vic.gov.au


w.wewillrebuild.vic For more information visit ww or call 1800 240 667