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Power Up at Stockland

Stockland is powering up in innovation, rolling out universal ChargePoint Electric Vehicle (EV) and dedicated Tesla Destination Chargers across 31 of our shopping centres. Electric Vehicles and Tesla owners will be able to charge their cars for free in Stockland retail centres, boosting convenience for our customers while they shop, dine or spend time with family and friends. With Electric Vehicles playing a major role in the future of transportation, Stockland are proud to launch this initiative to meet the ever growing Australian demand whilst maintaining our commitment to sustainability. Our encouragement of Electric Vehicle usage will help reduce toxic gas and carbon emissions into the environment as these vehicles run on electric powered motors. These chargers have the ability to top up an Electric Vehicle’s battery by 20-40% in half an hour on average, saving our customers over $3 in electricity cost. To further support this initiative, Stockland have incorporated designated parking bays for Electric Vehicles across our centres that have the charging units installed. In Electric Car terms, when a conventional petrol powered Vehicle is parked in an Electric Vehicle bay, the Electric Vehicle driver socially refers to this as being ICE’d (Internal Combustion Engine). Therefore, we encourage non-Electric Vehicles to park in regular spaces to free these charge points for their intended use. The centres which currently have Electric Vehicle charging units installed include: • QLD: Burleigh Heads (2 charge points) • NSW: Jesmond (1 charge point), Glendale (1 charge point), Shellharbour (4 charge points), Balgowlah (1 charge point), Cammeray (1 charge point) and Baulkham Hills (2 charge points) • VIC: Point Cook (1 charge point) • WA: Harrisdale (2 charge points) and Baldivis (2 charge points) Furthermore, Stockland is also installing Tesla Destination Chargers over the next twelve months. At present, Tesla drivers can utilise the current charging stations located at our centres for free, provided they utilise their Tesla adaptor to connect to the charging unit. The Stockland shopping centres to have Tesla Destination Chargers installed over the next 12 months include: • QLD: Cairns, Townsville, North Shore, Rockhampton, Bundaberg, Gladstone, Hervey Bay (installed), Caloundra, Cleveland, Pacific Pines, Benowa Gardens, Burleigh Heads • NSW: Balgowlah (installed), Cammeray (installed), Green Hills, Jesmond, Merrylands, Baulkham Hills, Wetherill Park, Shellharbour, Bathurst, Nowra, Corrimal, Forster, Tamworth, Glendale, Wallsend • VIC: Highlands and The Pines • WA: Baldivis All our Stockland charge points are located on the PlugShare website (www.plugshare.com) with the aim of accommodating our centre customers over the course of their journey. For updates regarding our Electric Vehicle and Tesla Chargers, register now as a Stockland Member.

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Jun
30

NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. NAIDOC is celebrated not only in Indigenous communities, but by Australians from all walks of life. The week is a great opportunity to participate in a range of activities and to support your local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community. Stockland is proud to launch their 2017 Innovate RAP this NAIDOC week.

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Jun
23

Community Grants

Stockland Cleveland is proud to announce the local recipients of our 2017 Community Grants program. Over $300,000 was awarded across Australia to groups and projects that support local activities and services aimed at building a stronger community. Stockland Cleveland would like to congratulate the following local recipients: Redlands Centre for Women Star of the Sea Catholic Primary School To find out more information regarding the Stockland Community Grants Program, to register your interest or apply for a grant, visit: www.stockland.com.au/communitygrants

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May
23

Stockland is seeking to inspire a new generation of female artists to pick up their paint brushes, pencils, modelling clay or digital medium of choice and enter the Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize 2017. The Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize is an annual prize that was founded to advance art and opportunity for emerging and established female artists in Australia. There are two prize categories, including a $35,000 prize. Artwork judging will be overseen by 2017 Prize Patron and acclaimed artist, Jennifer Turpin, and announced at the exhibition opening on 4 August, 2017. Click here for more details and how to enter: http://www.ravenswood.nsw.edu.au/artprize Entries Close: 29 June 2017

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