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|Number of employees VS number of cleaning visits||Estimated Price|
|(1- 7 people) 1 Day / week||from $500.00 + GST / month|
|(8 - 14 people) 2 Days / week||from $800.00 + GST / month|
|(15 - 21 people) 3 Days / week||from $1,200.00 + GST / month|
|(22 - 28 people) 4 Days / week||from $1,600.00 + GST / month|
|(>35 people) 5 Days / week||from $1,950.00 + GST / month|
As a general rule of thumb, to maintain hygiene and balance cost, we calculate per every 7 people = 1 cleaning day per week. Please see our below guideline for this:
< 7 people = 1 day cleaning per week
14 people = 2 days cleaning per week
21 people = 3 days cleaning per week
28 people = 4 days cleaning per week
> 35 people = 5 days cleaning per week.
Here is an interesting video that shows how germs can spread in an office of just 5 people without even touching each other.
Gertrude Street is a street in the inner northern suburb of Fitzroy, Melbourne. Cafes, bars, eateries, boutiques, antiques shops, bookshops, many social services and a few art galleries (including Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces) are located along the street, which runs along an east–west alignment from Nicholson Street opposite the Royal Exhibition Building in the Carlton Gardens to Smith Street. Also notable, the section between Brunswick Street and Nicholson Street is known as “The Hollywood end” of Gertrude, due to Film Production such as Banalarama and KEWL Studios. The street continues east of Smith Street, under the name of Langridge Street, where it terminates at Nicholson Street, Abbotsford. Wikipedia
A lively suburb with a bohemian reputation, Fitzroy’s eclectic bars and restaurants are popular with students, weekenders and young professionals. Street art covers the narrow backstreets, where small galleries sit alongside corner pubs and terrace houses. Brunswick Street is a trendy retail and nightlife strip, while Gertrude Street is known for its design and art-supply stores, wine bars and buzzy eateries. ― Google
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|• Density||7,460/km2 (19,300/sq mi)|
|Area||1.4 km2 (0.5 sq mi)|
|Location||3 km (2 mi) from Melbourne CBD|
|LGA(s)||City of Yarra|
Fitzroy is an inner suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 3 km north-east of the city’s Central Business District (CBD) and located in the local government area of the City of Yarra. As of 2016, Fitzroy had a population of 10,445. Planned as Melbourne’s first suburb in 1839, it later became one of the city’s first areas to gain municipal status, in 1858. It occupies Melbourne’s smallest and most densely populated area outside the CBD, just 100 ha.
Fitzroy is known as a cultural hub, particularly for its live music scene and street art, and is the main home of the Melbourne Fringe Festival. Its commercial heart is Brunswick Street, one of Melbourne’s major retail, culinary, and nightlife strips. Long associated with the working class, Fitzroy has undergone waves of urban renewal and gentrification since the 1980s and today is home to a wide variety of socio-economic groups, featuring both some of the most expensive rents in Melbourne and one of its largest public housing complexes, Atherton Gardens.
Its built environment is diverse and features some of the finest examples of Victorian era architecture in Melbourne. Much of the suburb is a historic preservation precinct, with many individual buildings and streetscapes covered by Heritage Overlays. The most recent changes to Fitzroy are mandated by the Melbourne 2030 Metropolitan Strategy, in which both Brunswick Street and nearby Smith Street are designated for redevelopment as Activity centres.
It was named after Sir Charles Augustus FitzRoy, the Governor of New South Wales from 1846 to 1855. It is bordered by Alexandra Parade (north), Victoria Parade (south), Smith Street (east) and Nicholson Street. The kulin name recorded for the Fitzroy area is ngár-go.
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