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Victorian Government releases discussion paper to help shape apartment design guidelines

Victorian Government releases discussion paper to help shape apartment design guidelines

Victoria

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

VICTORIAN Planning Minister Richard Wynne last week released the Better Apartments discussion paper to start a city-wide conversation with community and industry voices to shape...

68-storey apartment building approved for Melbourne's Savoy Tavern site

68-storey apartment building approved for Melbourne's Savoy Tavern site

Victoria

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

THE Victorian Government has announced that a landmark 226-metre apartment tower will inject life into an up-and-coming part of Melbourne's CBD, delivering accommodation and investment...

South Yarra Station connection to Melbourne Metro too costly and disruptive: MMRA

South Yarra Station connection to Melbourne Metro too costly and disruptive: MMRA

Victoria

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

CONNECTING the proposed Melbourne Metro Rail project to South Yarra Station would cost up to a billion dollars, destroy more than 100 properties and be...

Consultation on Victoria's regional public transport plan to begin next month

Consultation on Victoria's regional public transport plan to begin next month

Victoria

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

THE Victorian Government last week announced that community consultation on the state's first ever long-term strategy for regional public transport will commence next month.

Search is on for the next Victorian Government Architect

Search is on for the next Victorian Government Architect

Victoria

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

THE search is on to find the next Victorian Government Architect after the State Government last week announced it was resurrecting the position to help...

City of Sydney calls for coalition to fight housing crisis

City of Sydney calls for coalition to fight housing crisis

New South Wales

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

THE City of Sydney last week called on all levels of government to work together in delivering a better range of housing choices in the...

NSW Government confirms minimum apartment sizes

NSW Government confirms minimum apartment sizes

New South Wales

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

FOLLOWING recent uncertainty, NSW Planning Minister Rob Stokes last week confirmed that the State Government will retain minimum apartment sizes to provide clarity for the...

NSW Government approves $129m Eastern Creek Business Hub

NSW Government approves $129m Eastern Creek Business Hub

New South Wales

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

THE NSW Government last week announced the approval of the Eastern Creek Business Hub in the Western Sydney Parklands as part of a plan to...

Four companies shortlisted to operate the new Perth Stadium

Four companies shortlisted to operate the new Perth Stadium

Western Australia

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

WEST Australian Premier Colin Barnett and Sport and Recreation Minister Mia Davies last week announced the four organisations shortlisted for the role of operator at...

First round of National Stronger Regions Fund provides $212m for 51 projects

First round of National Stronger Regions Fund provides $212m for 51 projects

Australia

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

THE Australian Government last week announced that funding of $212.2 million has been approved for 51 projects under Round One of the National Stronger Regions...

Federal Budget lacks plan for reform: UDIA

Federal Budget lacks plan for reform: UDIA

Australia

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

WHILST avoiding the controversy that plagued last year's Budget, the 2015-16 Federal Budget is light on the structural reforms necessary to drive Australia's future economic...

Audit assesses northern Australia's infrastructure

Audit assesses northern Australia's infrastructure

Australia

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

THE Australian Government last week released the first Infrastructure Australia audit of northern Australia's infrastructure, which outlines the region's current infrastructure asset base and its...

Dwelling approvals up by 2.8 per cent in March

Dwelling approvals up by 2.8 per cent in March

Australia

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

FOLLOWING a revised decrease of 1.6 per cent in February, the number of new dwellings approved in March increased by 2.8 per cent, in seasonally...

Citywide focus is key to growing greater outer suburbs: NGAA

Citywide focus is key to growing greater outer suburbs: NGAA

Australia

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

A RECENT book by the Grattan Institute, City Limits, has put a welcome spotlight on the issues experienced by outer suburban residents. But according to...

Investment not keeping up with growth in cities' outer areas: NGAA

Investment not keeping up with growth in cities' outer areas: NGAA

Australia

Tuesday, 7 April 2015

DESPITE significant population growth occurring in the outer suburbs of the nation's cities, a lack of investment means that issues such as congestion and an...

Dwelling approvals fall by 3.2 per cent in February

Dwelling approvals fall by 3.2 per cent in February

Australia

Tuesday, 7 April 2015

FOLLOWING a revised gain of 5.9 per cent in January, the number of new dwellings approved in February decreased by 3.2 per cent, in seasonally...

Sydney on track to become first Australian city to reach five million people

Sydney on track to become first Australian city to reach five million people

Australia

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

SYDNEY is on track to become the first city in Australia to reach five million people, according to data released this week by the Australian...

New UDIA report 'exposes Sydney's land crisis'

New UDIA report 'exposes Sydney's land crisis'

Australia

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

THE national housing land delivery report card is out, and Sydney has again nabbed the top spot for the most expensive housing blocks out of...

City of Sydney calls for coalition to fight housing crisis

City of Sydney calls for coalition to fight housing crisis

New South Wales

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

THE City of Sydney last week called on all levels of government to work together in delivering a better range of housing choices in the...

NSW Government confirms minimum apartment sizes

NSW Government confirms minimum apartment sizes

New South Wales

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

FOLLOWING recent uncertainty, NSW Planning Minister Rob Stokes last week confirmed that the State Government will retain minimum apartment sizes to provide clarity for the...

NSW Government approves $129m Eastern Creek Business Hub

NSW Government approves $129m Eastern Creek Business Hub

New South Wales

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

THE NSW Government last week announced the approval of the Eastern Creek Business Hub in the Western Sydney Parklands as part of a plan to...

Fulton Hogan wins contract for King Georges Road Interchange Upgrade project in Sydney

Fulton Hogan wins contract for King Georges Road Interchange Upgrade project in Sydney

New South Wales

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

FULTON Hogan has been awarded the construction contract for the King Georges Road Interchange Upgrade project, which will increase capacity on all on and off...

City of Sydney unveils plan to illuminate city landmarks

City of Sydney unveils plan to illuminate city landmarks

New South Wales

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

SYDNEY'S most popular areas are expected to become even more of a drawcard after dark following the release of a new lighting plan to illuminate...

NSW Department of Planning and Environment calls for feedback on certification and building laws

NSW Department of Planning and Environment calls for feedback on certification and building laws

New South Wales

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

THE NSW Department of Planning and Environment last week said that the community will be able to have its say on an important aspect of...

Extensive geotechnical analysis starts at Badgerys Creek

Extensive geotechnical analysis starts at Badgerys Creek

New South Wales

Tuesday, 5 May 2015

PROGRESS towards a Western Sydney airport continues with the second phase of geotechnical works commencing last week at the site of the proposed airport at...

Three companies invited to tender for Barangaroo Ferry Hub

Three companies invited to tender for Barangaroo Ferry Hub

New South Wales

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

NSW Transport and Infrastructure Minister Andrew Constance last week announced that three companies have been invited to tender for the construction of the new Barangaroo...

Preferred delivery partner selected for Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Hwy upgrade

Preferred delivery partner selected for Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Hwy upgrade

New South Wales

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

PACIFIC Complete (Laing O'Rourke and Parsons Brinckerhoff) has been chosen as the preferred delivery partner for the 155 kilometre Woolgoolga to Ballina section of the...

Victorian Government releases discussion paper to help shape apartment design guidelines

Victorian Government releases discussion paper to help shape apartment design guidelines

Victoria

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

VICTORIAN Planning Minister Richard Wynne last week released the Better Apartments discussion paper to start a city-wide conversation with community and industry voices to shape...

68-storey apartment building approved for Melbourne's Savoy Tavern site

68-storey apartment building approved for Melbourne's Savoy Tavern site

Victoria

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

THE Victorian Government has announced that a landmark 226-metre apartment tower will inject life into an up-and-coming part of Melbourne's CBD, delivering accommodation and investment...

South Yarra Station connection to Melbourne Metro too costly and disruptive: MMRA

South Yarra Station connection to Melbourne Metro too costly and disruptive: MMRA

Victoria

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

CONNECTING the proposed Melbourne Metro Rail project to South Yarra Station would cost up to a billion dollars, destroy more than 100 properties and be...

Consultation on Victoria's regional public transport plan to begin next month

Consultation on Victoria's regional public transport plan to begin next month

Victoria

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

THE Victorian Government last week announced that community consultation on the state's first ever long-term strategy for regional public transport will commence next month.

Search is on for the next Victorian Government Architect

Search is on for the next Victorian Government Architect

Victoria

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

THE search is on to find the next Victorian Government Architect after the State Government last week announced it was resurrecting the position to help...

Victorian Government hands down 2015-16 Budget

Victorian Government hands down 2015-16 Budget

Victoria

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

THE Victorian Government last week released its Budget for 2015-16, describing it as the foundation for a stronger and fairer Victoria that restores the essential...

City of Melbourne releases Draft 2015-16 Annual Plan and Budget

City of Melbourne releases Draft 2015-16 Annual Plan and Budget

Victoria

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

THE City of Melbourne last week said its Draft 2015-16 Annual Plan and Budget continues the council's commitment to deliver innovative projects in the areas...

Victorian Auditor-General finds value for money in bus contracts can be improved

Victorian Auditor-General finds value for money in bus contracts can be improved

Victoria

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

VICTORIAN Auditor-General John Doyle last week tabled the 'Tendering of Metropolitan Bus Contracts' report, which follows an investigation into whether the state has effectively secured...

Plans unveiled for new $5bn-plus Western Distributor road project in Melbourne

Plans unveiled for new $5bn-plus Western Distributor road project in Melbourne

Victoria

Tuesday, 5 May 2015

VICTORIAN Premier Daniel Andrews last week joined Roads Minister Luke Donnellan to announce that the Western Distributor – an innovative new road project proposed by...

New section of North Brisbane Bikeway officially opens

New section of North Brisbane Bikeway officially opens

Queensland

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

CYCLISTS and pedestrians will benefit from the newly completed first section of the North Brisbane Bikeway at Herston, which was officially opened by the Queensland...

Expert panel to examine Queensland's FIFO mines

Expert panel to examine Queensland's FIFO mines

Queensland

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

A PANEL of resource community and sector leaders will look into the impact of Queensland's existing 100 per cent Fly-In-Fly-Out (FIFO) mines near regional communities...

Queensland Government announces preferred contractor for $116m train stabling project

Queensland Government announces preferred contractor for $116m train stabling project

Queensland

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

THE Queensland Government last week announced that Leighton Contractors has been selected as the preferred contractor to design and construct new stabling facilities to house...

Queensland Government calls-in proposed Cedar Woods development in Upper Kedron

Queensland Government calls-in proposed Cedar Woods development in Upper Kedron

Queensland

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

THE Queensland Government this week announced that it has called-in the proposed Upper Kedron master planned community for re-assessment.

Moreton Bay Rail project on track for completion next year

Moreton Bay Rail project on track for completion next year

Queensland

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

MORETON Bay residents are a few thousand sleepers closer to connecting with South East Queensland's rail network, with track laying on the 14-kilometre Moreton Bay...

Queensland Government approves Beaudesert bypass

Queensland Government approves Beaudesert bypass

Queensland

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

THE Queensland Government last announced it has given the green light for construction of a bypass that will support thousands of jobs in the Beaudesert...

Mount Emerald Wind Farm receives approval from the Queensland Government

Mount Emerald Wind Farm receives approval from the Queensland Government

Queensland

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

A WIND farm with the potential to power 75,000 homes a year and create up to 200 construction jobs on the Atherton Tablelands has received...

Developer appointed to transform Yeerongpilly Green site in Brisbane

Developer appointed to transform Yeerongpilly Green site in Brisbane

Queensland

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

CONSTRUCTION of the $850 million Yeerongpilly Green Transport Orientated Development has moved a step closer, after the Queensland Government last week announced the selection of...

Next stage of Maroochydore's Sunshine Cove development gets the green light

Next stage of Maroochydore's Sunshine Cove development gets the green light

Queensland

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

MAROOCHYDORE'S transformation into the region's principal regional activity centre for residential and employment growth is set to continue after the next stage of the Sunshine...

Four companies shortlisted to operate the new Perth Stadium

Four companies shortlisted to operate the new Perth Stadium

Western Australia

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

WEST Australian Premier Colin Barnett and Sport and Recreation Minister Mia Davies last week announced the four organisations shortlisted for the role of operator at...

Perth's railcar order reaches halfway mark

Perth's railcar order reaches halfway mark

Western Australia

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

THE newest train on Perth's rail network commenced passenger service this week, marking the halfway point in the Western Australian Government's purchase of 22 B-series...

WA asset sales good for budget and infrastructure: IPA

WA asset sales good for budget and infrastructure: IPA

Western Australia

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

THE 2015-16 Western Australian Budget sees the State Government commit to asset sales to bring down the state's mounting debt, win additional Commonwealth funding support...

WA Government announces $560m housing investment to halve priority waitlist for social housing

WA Government announces $560m housing investment to halve priority waitlist for social housing

Western Australia

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

THE Western Australian Government this week said it will halve the number of seniors and families with children on the priority waitlist for social housing...

Three proponents shortlisted for $1.5bn Perth Freight Link

Three proponents shortlisted for $1.5bn Perth Freight Link

Western Australia

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

THE Australian and Western Australian governments this week said they are getting on with delivering world-class infrastructure, after three proponents were invited to proceed to...

$209m Perth Busport on track for completion next year

$209m Perth Busport on track for completion next year

Western Australia

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

A NEW video provides an insider's view of Perth's new underground busport in Wellington Street, which is on track to be completed next year, with...

WA Government announces $72.1m over four years for cycling projects

WA Government announces $72.1m over four years for cycling projects

Western Australia

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

THE West Australian Government last week said that an unprecedented focus on cycling infrastructure will ensure new bike paths are constructed across the metropolitan area...

Three consortia shortlisted to design and construct Perth's Forrestfield-Airport Link

Three consortia shortlisted to design and construct Perth's Forrestfield-Airport Link

Western Australia

Tuesday, 5 May 2015

THE Western Australian Government last week announced that three consortia have been shortlisted to go to the next stage of the tender process to design...

Adelaide City Council releases draft 2015-16 Integrated Business Plan for consultation

Adelaide City Council releases draft 2015-16 Integrated Business Plan for consultation

South Australia

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

ADELAIDE City Council last week invited the community to have a say on its draft 2015-16 Integrated Business Plan, which details how the council plans...

SA Government begins consultation on second stage of Inner Metro Growth Project

SA Government begins consultation on second stage of Inner Metro Growth Project

South Australia

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

THE South Australian Government last week announced the start of consultation on the second stage of the Inner Metro Growth Project, which aims to promote...

Preferred consortium chosen to deliver Adelaide's Torrens to Torrens project

Preferred consortium chosen to deliver Adelaide's Torrens to Torrens project

South Australia

Tuesday, 5 May 2015

AN alliance involving Leighton Contractors, Aurecon Australia and York Civil has been selected by the South Australian and Australian governments as the preferred consortium to...

Construction of Adelaide's new Sofitel hotel to begin in 2017

Construction of Adelaide's new Sofitel hotel to begin in 2017

South Australia

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

CONSTRUCTION of the first internationally branded five-star hotel to be built in Adelaide for nearly 30 years will begin in 2017, after the international hotel...

SA Government releases response to final report of Expert Panel on Planning Reform

SA Government releases response to final report of Expert Panel on Planning Reform

South Australia

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

THE South Australia Government last week released its response to the final report of the Expert Panel on Planning Reform, 'The Planning System We Want...

Improved design revealed for $620m Darlington Upgrade on Adelaide's North-South Corridor

Improved design revealed for $620m Darlington Upgrade on Adelaide's North-South Corridor

South Australia

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

AN improved design for the $620 million Darlington Upgrade on the North-South Corridor was this week unveiled and released for public consultation by Australian and...

SA Government commits $180m to Festival Plaza redevelopment

SA Government commits $180m to Festival Plaza redevelopment

South Australia

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

THE South Australian Government last week announced it will commit $180 million to redeveloping the Festival Plaza precinct under a $610 million agreement reached with...

SA Government calls for feedback on Late Night Code of Practice

SA Government calls for feedback on Late Night Code of Practice

South Australia

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

SOUTH Australians are being urged to have their say on the impact and effectiveness of the Late Night Trading Code of Practice, which was introduced...

Plans unveiled for $100 million Eclipse tower in Adelaide

Plans unveiled for $100 million Eclipse tower in Adelaide

South Australia

Monday, 16 February 2015

A NEW $100 million, 29-storey tower comprising 272 apartments and rising more than 94 metres into the city skyline could become Adelaide's tallest residential building...

Australian Government approves Launceston Airport Master Plan

Australian Government approves Launceston Airport Master Plan

Tasmania

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

LAUNCESTON Airport's strategic direction for the next 20 years has been mapped out, following approval of the airport's 2015 Master Plan by the Australian Government.

Interim planning scheme for Hobart declared

Interim planning scheme for Hobart declared

Tasmania

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

TASMANIAN Planning and Local Government Minister Peter Gutwein last week declared the new Hobart Interim Planning Scheme 2015, which comes into effect on 20 May...

Tasmanian Government announces $60m Northern Cities Major Development Initiative

Tasmanian Government announces $60m Northern Cities Major Development Initiative

Tasmania

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

TASMANIAN Premier Will Hodgman last week announced the $60 million Northern Cities Major Development Initiative, which aims to turbocharge Northern Tasmania's economy.

Tasmanian Government releases Population Discussion Paper

Tasmanian Government releases Population Discussion Paper

Tasmania

Tuesday, 5 May 2015

TASMANIAN State Growth Minister Matthew Groom last week said the State Government is committed to increasing the state's population to 650,000 people by 2050 to...

Architects appointed to design first stage of Devonport's LIVING CITY

Architects appointed to design first stage of Devonport's LIVING CITY

Tasmania

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

DEVONPORT City Council last week announced the appointment of Melbourne-based Lyons Architects jointly with Launceston-based Birelli Architects to lead the design of the centrepiece buildings...

Final four projects proceed to second stage of Tasmanian Government's EOI process

Final four projects proceed to second stage of Tasmanian Government's EOI process

Tasmania

Tuesday, 17 March 2015

A TOTAL of 25 eco-tourism projects will proceed to Stage 2 of the Tasmanian Government's Expressions of Interest process for sensitive and appropriate tourism offerings...

CEO of Infrastructure Tasmania appointed

CEO of Infrastructure Tasmania appointed

Tasmania

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

THE Tasmanian Government last week said it is getting on with its plan to make the state attractive for investment and to create jobs, following...

Six more tourism projects invited to next stage of Tasmanian Government's EOI process

Six more tourism projects invited to next stage of Tasmanian Government's EOI process

Tasmania

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

TASMANIAN Environment, Parks and Heritage Minister Matthew Groom last week announced that six more proposals have been invited to proceed to the second stage of...

Draft Greater Launceston Metropolitan Passenger Transport Plan released

Draft Greater Launceston Metropolitan Passenger Transport Plan released

Tasmania

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

THE Tasmanian Government last week said it is committed to improving public transport to better meet the needs of Tasmanians, with the release of the...

Canberra's Majura Parkway opens northbound from Fairbairn Avenue

Canberra's Majura Parkway opens northbound from Fairbairn Avenue

ACT

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

ACT Roads and Parking Minister Mick Gentleman and Senator for the Australian Capital Territory Zed Seselja last week officially opened the northbound section of Majura...

ACT Government begins EOI process for next generation solar infrastructure

ACT Government begins EOI process for next generation solar infrastructure

ACT

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

AN expression of interest process for up to 50-megawatt (MW) capacity of next generation solar infrastructure was launched last week by Minister for the Environment...

Canberra's ACTION buses to introduce a cashless route during morning peak

Canberra's ACTION buses to introduce a cashless route during morning peak

ACT

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

ACT Territory and Municipal Services Minister Shane Rattenbury last week announced that ACTION's Route 202 that runs express from the Gungahlin town centre to the...

Tender process begins for construction of new Erindale Bus Station

Tender process begins for construction of new Erindale Bus Station

ACT

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

THE ACT Government has gone out with a new public tender for construction works on the new Erindale Bus Station, Minister for Roads and Parking...

Industry consultation begins for Canberra's Smart Parking trial

Industry consultation begins for Canberra's Smart Parking trial

ACT

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

A NEW real-time parking system that aims to reduce congestion and help drivers find parking spots is a step closer in Canberra, after the ACT...

Australian Government announces review of the National Capital Plan

Australian Government announces review of the National Capital Plan

ACT

Tuesday, 5 May 2015

THE Australian Government last week announced plans to streamline planning and cut red tape across the ACT through review of the National Capital Plan.

Property Council releases 'Transforming Canberra's City Centre' discussion paper

Property Council releases 'Transforming Canberra's City Centre' discussion paper

ACT

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

A NEW discussion paper, Transforming Canberra's City Centre, was last week launched by the Property Council of Australia and Canberra CBD Limited to 'rev up...

Two consortia shortlisted for Capital Metro stage one

Two consortia shortlisted for Capital Metro stage one

ACT

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

TWO consortia have been shortlisted to deliver the first-stage of Canberra's light rail network, which will support more than 3,500 jobs during construction and deliver...

Canberra encouraged to take part in the 'global light rail renaissance'

Canberra encouraged to take part in the 'global light rail renaissance'

ACT

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

THE Australasian Railway Association (ARA) last week launched a paper on Canberra's Capital Metro light rail project, drawing on overseas experiences from cities of similar...

Darwin Airport's $75m expansion project officially opened

Darwin Airport's $75m expansion project officially opened

Northern Territory

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

AUSTRALIAN Prime Minister Tony Abbott and NT Chief Minister Adam Giles last week officially opened Darwin International Airport's $75 million expansion project, which includes an...

NT Government shortlists three developers for Berrimah Farm development

NT Government shortlists three developers for Berrimah Farm development

Northern Territory

Tuesday, 13 January 2015

AFTER receiving eight expressions of interest from local and international firms to develop approximately 168 hectares of the Berrimah Farm site in Darwin's east, the...

Australian and NT governments sign new bilateral agreement for environmental assessments

Australian and NT governments sign new bilateral agreement for environmental assessments

Northern Territory

Tuesday, 23 December 2014

THE Australian and Northern Territory governments last week signed a new bilateral agreement for environmental assessments as part of the one-stop shop reforms that aim...

New ticketing system on buses starts this week in Darwin and Alice Springs

New ticketing system on buses starts this week in Darwin and Alice Springs

Northern Territory

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

NEW flexible fares and reusable electronic Tap and Ride cards on the Darwin and Alice Springs bus network will deliver a better travel experience for...

New railway station, hotel envisioned for Alice Springs

New railway station, hotel envisioned for Alice Springs

Northern Territory

Tuesday, 9 December 2014

THE Northern Territory Government will soon call for expressions of interest from the private sector for the development of a prime block of commercial land...

NT Chief Minister meets with new Construction and Development Advisory Council

NT Chief Minister meets with new Construction and Development Advisory Council

Northern Territory

Tuesday, 9 December 2014

NORTHERN Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles last week met with the new Construction and Development Advisory Council, which was established by the government to consider...

Plans unveiled for 18-storey mixed-use development on Palmerston 'superblock' site

Plans unveiled for 18-storey mixed-use development on Palmerston 'superblock' site

Northern Territory

Tuesday, 25 November 2014

THE Northern Territory Government this week announced plans for an 18-storey mixed-use development for the Palmerston 'superblock' site, following an expression of interest process that...

Darwin Regional Land Use Plan 2014 placed on public exhibition

Darwin Regional Land Use Plan 2014 placed on public exhibition

Northern Territory

Tuesday, 25 November 2014

AFTER twelve months of consultation, stakeholder meetings and public feedback, the Darwin Regional Land Use Plan has been placed on its final public exhibition before...

NT Government outlines plans for new Territory Infrastructure Development Fund

NT Government outlines plans for new Territory Infrastructure Development Fund

Northern Territory

Tuesday, 11 November 2014

THE Northern Territory Government last week released a discussion paper outlining plans for a new Territory Infrastructure Development Fund to ensure a proportion of revenue...

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Victorian Government releases discussion paper to help shape apartment design guidelines

Victorian Government releases discussion paper to help shape apartment design guidelines

Victoria

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

VICTORIAN Planning Minister Richard Wynne last week released the Better Apartments discussion paper to start a city-wide conversation with community and industry voices to shape...

68-storey apartment building approved for Melbourne's Savoy Tavern site

68-storey apartment building approved for Melbourne's Savoy Tavern site

Victoria

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

THE Victorian Government has announced that a landmark 226-metre apartment tower will inject life into an up-and-coming part of Melbourne's CBD, delivering accommodation and investment...

South Yarra Station connection to Melbourne Metro too costly and disruptive: MMRA

South Yarra Station connection to Melbourne Metro too costly and disruptive: MMRA

Victoria

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

CONNECTING the proposed Melbourne Metro Rail project to South Yarra Station would cost up to a billion dollars, destroy more than 100 properties and be...

Consultation on Victoria's regional public transport plan to begin next month

Consultation on Victoria's regional public transport plan to begin next month

Victoria

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

THE Victorian Government last week announced that community consultation on the state's first ever long-term strategy for regional public transport will commence next month.

Search is on for the next Victorian Government Architect

Search is on for the next Victorian Government Architect

Victoria

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

THE search is on to find the next Victorian Government Architect after the State Government last week announced it was resurrecting the position to help...

City of Sydney calls for coalition to fight housing crisis

City of Sydney calls for coalition to fight housing crisis

New South Wales

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

THE City of Sydney last week called on all levels of government to work together in delivering a better range of housing choices in the...

NSW Government confirms minimum apartment sizes

NSW Government confirms minimum apartment sizes

New South Wales

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

FOLLOWING recent uncertainty, NSW Planning Minister Rob Stokes last week confirmed that the State Government will retain minimum apartment sizes to provide clarity for the...

NSW Government approves $129m Eastern Creek Business Hub

NSW Government approves $129m Eastern Creek Business Hub

New South Wales

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

THE NSW Government last week announced the approval of the Eastern Creek Business Hub in the Western Sydney Parklands as part of a plan to...

Four companies shortlisted to operate the new Perth Stadium

Four companies shortlisted to operate the new Perth Stadium

Western Australia

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

WEST Australian Premier Colin Barnett and Sport and Recreation Minister Mia Davies last week announced the four organisations shortlisted for the role of operator at...

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