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Talina Edwards Architecture  |  Monthly Newsletter  |  December 2013 
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Hello and welcome to our first newsletter!
 
Talina Edwards Architecture was started earlier this year after we moved to Ballarat from Melbourne.
 
We are loving our new life here in Ballarat, so much so that we recently bought a house here! We're not happy about packing boxes again so soon, but we can't wait to move in so we can start putting down roots - literally and metaphorically! We want to plant the garden and start making plans for our future alterations and additions to transform it into our 'green' dream-home!
 
*Luckily we know the perfect person who specialises in sustainable architectural design!*

We've made some great new connections, and started some really interesting projects…can't wait to share them with you as they progress…so stay tuned! Don't forget you can follow our updates on Facebook and Twitter too.

If you know someone who may be interested in keeping up to date with all things related to sustainable design and healthy homes, please share.
 
Talina x

PS You are receiving this first newsletter because you are my client / colleague / consultant / friend / relative (or a combination of these!) and I thought you might be interested in these updates. If you do not wish to receive any more please unsubscribe via the link below.


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If you missed these articles over at the blog, you might be interested in checking them out:
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Design is not a dirty word!

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Do you need a pre-purchase inspection or know someone who does?
Some friends highly recommended Rick Ford from Elim Property Inspections here in Ballarat, and we were very happy with his service! Thorough, professional, knowledgeable, friendly and gave some great advice not only with regards to the existing conditions but also to future possibilities. 
http://www.elimproperty.com.au
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