Greens councillor Mithra Cox urges council to look at ways to ensure that all new buildings are energy positive

Brendan Crabb
Updated September 3 2019 - 1:19pm, first published 1:16pm
MOTION: Greens councillor Mithra Cox said the motion sought to accelerate the process related to council's three-year action plan on climate change. Picture: File image
MOTION: Greens councillor Mithra Cox said the motion sought to accelerate the process related to council's three-year action plan on climate change. Picture: File image

Wollongong council will investigate potential changes that can be made to ensure new and renovated buildings will be more energy efficient and produce energy.

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Brendan Crabb

Brendan Crabb

Illawarra property reporter

I'm a member of ACM's national property team, covering the Illawarra and South Coast. Based in Albion Park, NSW, I write about exciting, interesting or just downright quirky properties that have been listed for sale, major sales, market trends, auctions and more. One of my favourite aspects of being a journalist is I believe everyone has a story to tell. What's yours?

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