1/45 Parkside Cr, Hamilton.Completing the upstairs level are a study nook and powder room, with other features of the house including ducted airconditioning and ceiling fans throughout, an intercom to the front gate, 100 per cent wool carpet to the bedrooms, a Villeroy & Boch bathroom, linen cupboard, gas hot water system and double garage.There is also direct access to the Riverwalk, with established parklands and a riverfront beach nearby. 1/45 Parkside Cr, Hamilton.Ample natural light and cooling breezes trickle into the double-storey design through this void, with multiple living areas upstairs and down.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019From the courtyard, the front door opens to a central sitting room and staircase to the upper level. Next to the sitting room is a laundry, and past here a lounge, bathroom and two bedrooms with built-in wardrobes.One of these bedrooms opens to the courtyard, while the other opens to a second external courtyard at the rear of the house. From this courtyard, steps lead up to a covered patio that can be accessed from the lounge. 1/45 Parkside Cr, Hamilton.Upstairs, the main bedroom sits to the front of the house and includes both walk-in and built-in wardrobes and an ensuite with a separate bath and shower, and twin vanities.The upper level is also the main hub of the home, with the rear of the floor taken over by an open-plan kitchen, living and dining area and adjoining balcony with river views.Neutral colour schemes and bamboo timber flooring decorate the space, with features in the kitchen being reconstituted stone benchtops, a splashback and Miele appliances including an electric oven, gas cooktop, rangehood, microwave, dishwasher and built-in coffee machine. 1/45 Parkside Cr, Hamilton.GREEN design principles such as rainwater harvesting, photovoltaic arrays for power generation, and double glazing were a key element in the creation of this three-bedroom terrace house by architects Rothelowman White.The home at 1/45 Parkside Circuit, Hamilton is in Green Quarter, a boutique complex of 12 terrace homes, the residence is anchored around a two-storey void constructed of floor-to-ceiling glass that overlooks a courtyard with a vertical garden and pond.
Source: IPEFiona Miller (right) receives the Pension Fund Achievement of the Year award in Berlin last yearIn addition to the COO appointment, the partnership has also named two non-executive directors for its board, chaired by outgoing Railpen chief executive Chris Hitchen.Enid Rowlands is a former trustee of NEST, the defined contribution master trust set up by the UK government to help meet demand for auto-enrolment provision. She has also served on the boards of UK public bodies such as the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority and the General Medical Council.Tanya Castell chairs the Quality Assurance Scheme for the UK’s Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, and is a former pension fund trustee. Her current non-executive roles include positions on the boards of Faster Payments Scheme – set up to improve money transfer speeds between bank accounts – and Scottish Canals. She was awarded an MBE earlier this year for her work to promote diversity in boardrooms.Hitchen said: “In Rachel, Fiona, Enid and Tanya, I now have highly talented board colleagues with diverse and complementary skills. We have a lot of work to do to build Border to Coast into an investing institution which succeeds for the long term, but this is a great place to start.”BCPP’s founding funds include the pension schemes for Bedfordshire, Cumbria, Durham, East Riding, Lincolnshire, North Yorkshire, Northumberland, South Yorkshire, Surrey, Teeside, Tyne & Wear and Warwickshire. Fiona Miller will join the Border to Coast Pensions Partnership (BCPP) as chief operating officer in January.Miller has been a driving force behind the creation of the £43bn (€48.2bn) BCPP collaboration and the wider pooling project among local government pension schemes (LGPS). In December she was presented with IPE’s Gold Award for Pension Fund Achievement of the Year for her efforts.She is currently head of pensions and treasury at Cumbria County Council where she oversees the £2.5bn pension scheme.Miller will join CEO Rachel Elwell, who was appointed last month and will take up her role in December. In a statement announcing the appointment, BCPP said it expected to build a team of roughly 70 staff to be based in Leeds. Miller said: “I am pleased to have been given the opportunity to continue to take a leading role in the next phase of the journey that I started with our partner funds over two years ago, which was to create a long-term investment-driven pool, working solely for the benefit our members, sponsoring employers and taxpayers.”