PAYCE News – Brian Boyd and Dominic Sullivan present the latest News relating to PAYCE Consolidated Pty Limited.

Brian Boyd - Managing Director of PAYCE Consolidated Pty Limited

The PAYCE legacy of community engagement continues to grow through their latest series of sponsorship activities. Managing Director Brian Boyd and General Manager Dominic Sullivan have aligned with some of Sydney`s most worthy causes to offer support through generous donations and event sponsorship.

PAYCE strive to create living environments where lifestyle and community co-exist in harmony. This ethic is continued with community support across a wide range of causes, all of which resonate with Brian Boyd and Dominic Sullivan. We are proud to showcases the various community initiatives currently undertaken by PAYCE.

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Our News Page highlights the high regard in which PAYCE are held within the design and building industry communities. PAYCE have been the recipient of many accolades over recent years, being a mark of success in all aspects of community development.

The News articles offer an insight into the PAYCE community development activities and community support initiatives, as follows:

6th May 2019 – Melrose Park Community Cup Golf Day and Dinner event raised over $71,000

Over the three years it has been running, the event has raised more than of $200,000, with all funds shared between the participating community organisations. This year, the annual event raised $71,000 for local community groups and saw a record number of players tee up for the tournaments biggest attendance yet. A total of 132 players took part in the 18-hole golfing tournament with 250 guests enjoying the fun evening of good food and entertainment.

Read the article in full: Melrose Park Community Cup Gold Day

16th of April 2019 - PAYCE Director Dominic Sullivan backs Melrose Park as the ‘five minute from Sydney city’

New communities in Sydney are expected to meet the 30 minute city rule – that is, creating new communities which are within 30 minutes of work, home, shops and recreational opportunities. PAYCE Director Mr Dominic Sullivan believes major community renewal should raise the bar and shoot for a five minute connected city. Mr Sullivan stated that Sydney is well poised to create world class modern communities that are connected, productive, liveable and smart. “A connected place provides a superior experience for residents and visitors alike, and can lead to better social, health and sustainability outcomes.”

Read the article in full: Melrose Park - the 5 minute connected city

9th April 2019 - Kick Start Cafe comes to Melrose Park to feed the residents

Social enterprise Kick Start Cafe has been officially launched at Melrose Park to cater for workers on the Melrose Park North urban renewal project and local communities. Minister for Skills, Tertiary Education and Member for Parramatta - Geoff Lee, officially launches the Melrose Park Kick Start Café for the local community and sporting bodies. Twelve trainees have graduated to date and a further three trainees are currently working in the mobile food trailer located on the corner of Wharf Road and Victoria Road. Kick Start Cafe is a social enterprise of the PAYCE Foundation, which is the philanthropic arm of leading property and investment company PAYCE.

Read the article in full: Kick Start cafe come to Melrose Park

28th July 2015 - Thrust Vector Crowned F1 School Champs

The F1 in Schools is a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) initiative in which teams from 44 coutries around the globe compete for the fastest F1 model racing car using advanced technologies such as CAD and 3D Printing. PAYCE Director, Dominic Sullivan said PAYCE was pleased to support the Blue Mountains Grammar team. The team had wins in the regional finals and then the state finals. The five-member team is now going on to compete at the World Championships in Abu Dhabi later this year.

Read the article in full: F1 in Schools National Champs to race in Abu Dhabi

8th March 2019 - South Village Vivid sells out in a record month of sales.

The PAYCE developed Vivid apartments at South Village, Kirrawee, has Reversed the softening Sydney property market trend by selling out in just one month after release. The 63 apartments were sold including eleven 1-bedroom, forty-seven 2-bedroom and five 3-bedroom apartments prices ranged from $584,000 for a 1-bedroom apartment to $995,000 for a 3 bedroom apartment. The South Village apartments includes 779 apartments which have panoramic views in all directions across the Sutherland Shire, including views over the Royal National Park, the waters of Botany Bay and the Sydney CBD skyline.

Read the article in full: Record sales at the Vivid apartments in South Village

6th March 2019 - PAYCE launch free bus service for Melrose Park

A a free community bus service providing a direct link between Melrose Park and Meadowbank Railway Station known as the Melrose Park Rider was commenced by PAYCE this week. PAYCE Director Dominic Sullivan said the service operates weekdays to the station during the morning peak and from the station to Melrose Park in the afternoon peak. The bright green eco-friendly bus holds 26 passengers and features an ultra-low floor design with an easy accessible wheelchair ramp. Stopping at existing bus stops along the route from 6:30am to 9:30am and 3:30pm to 6:30 pm in the afternoon, Monday to Friday.

Read the article in full: Get on board the Melrose Park Rider at a bus stop near you

Brian Boyd and PAYCE Consolidated Pty Limited are ardent contributors to community projects and continue to support people in need through active sponsorship, workshops and events. Brian Boyd is an avid Motorsport enthusiast and contributes to the sport through incentives both on and off track.

Brian Boyd is adamant in his view of community investment by the business leaders of Australia to be a positive ethic for the country. Brian Boyd speaks with his actions in this regard and is active in many community projects.

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Dominic Sullivan, PAYCE General Manager is passionate about creating thriving communities though continued support for positive initiatives and programs. As a regular fixture at East Village, Dominic Sullivan can be seen engaging with the very community PAYCE envisioned from the planned outset of this superb development.

Dominic Sullivan is devout in his approach to community growth and well being and engages people with infectious enthusiasm on all topics. Dominic is proud to be associated with the community groups which he and PAYCE are supporting and is a tireless advocate. Dominic Sullivan can be seen at many PAYCE community events, often switching roles to ensure all elements of the day are conducted with a true sense of enjoyment and fun.

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Kick Start launches post-graduate program for top achievers

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Melrose Park Community Cup raises $100,000

Melrose Park Community Cup raises $100,000

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