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Victorian Government establishes Level Crossings Removal Authority

Victorian Government establishes Level Crossings Removal Authority

Victoria

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

VICTORIAN Premier Daniel Andrews and Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan last week announced the establishment of the Level Crossings Removal Authority, which will help deliver...

Victorian Government to spend $100m to restore and upgrade Flinders Street Station

Victorian Government to spend $100m to restore and upgrade Flinders Street Station

Victoria

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE Victorian Government last week announced it will spend $100 million to undertake urgent restoration works and upgrade station platforms, entrances, toilets and information displays...

Victorian Government releases new guideline for market-led proposals

Victorian Government releases new guideline for market-led proposals

Victoria

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

MARKET-LED proposals in Victoria will be subject to a five-stage assessment process and must clearly demonstrate benefits to the community, according to a new guideline...

NSW Local Development Performance Monitoring Report 2013-14 released

NSW Local Development Performance Monitoring Report 2013-14 released

New South Wales

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE NSW Department of Planning and Environment has released the Local Development Performance Monitoring Report for 2013-14, which reveals an increase in both the volume...

Proposed wind farm at Crookwell referred to NSW Planning Assessment Commission

Proposed wind farm at Crookwell referred to NSW Planning Assessment Commission

New South Wales

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE NSW Department of Planning and Environment has referred an application to build a new wind farm at Crookwell to the Planning Assessment Commission for...

Design of Perth's new $100m Stadium Station revealed

Design of Perth's new $100m Stadium Station revealed

Western Australia

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE Western Australian Government last week unveiled the design of the new Stadium Station, with Transport Minister Dean Nalder describing the station as a modern...

WA Government's local government reform agenda placed on hold

WA Government's local government reform agenda placed on hold

Western Australia

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE Western Australian Government last week said it has placed its local government reform agenda on hold, with Governor's orders for boundary adjustments that are...

Regional Planning and Infrastructure Frameworks released for the Gascoyne and Mid-West

Regional Planning and Infrastructure Frameworks released for the Gascoyne and Mid-West

Western Australia

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE Western Australian Government last week announced the release of Regional Planning and Infrastructure Frameworks for the Gascoyne and Mid-West regions, which are the latest...

Perth wave energy project turned on

Perth wave energy project turned on

Western Australia

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

AUSTRALIAN Industry and Science Minister Ian Macfarlane last week officially switched on Carnegie's Perth Wave Energy Project at Garden Island in Western Australia, which will...

'Governments and private investors will fly blind without census': PIA

'Governments and private investors will fly blind without census': PIA

Australia

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE nation's peak body representing the urban and regional planning profession has responded to reports that the five-yearly census conducted by the Australian Bureau of...

Residential approvals fall slightly in December 2014

Residential approvals fall slightly in December 2014

Australia

Saturday, 7 February 2015

FOLLOWING an upwardly revised gain of 7.7 per cent in November, the number of new dwellings approved in December 2014 decreased by 3.3 per cent...

Fifth and final issues paper released to inform the White Paper on the Reform of the Federation

Fifth and final issues paper released to inform the White Paper on the Reform of the Federation

Australia

Saturday, 7 February 2015

THE fifth and final issues paper to help inform the White Paper on the Reform of the Federation has been released, following the earlier release...

Dwelling approvals increase by 7.5 per cent in November 2014

Dwelling approvals increase by 7.5 per cent in November 2014

Australia

Friday, 9 January 2015

FOLLOWING an upwardly revised gain of 11.5 per cent in October, the number of new dwellings approved in November 2014 increased by 7.5 per cent...

New ABS data shows slowing migration for half the states and territories

New ABS data shows slowing migration for half the states and territories

Australia

Tuesday, 23 December 2014

POPULATION growth due to overseas migration has slowed in Queensland, Western Australia, the Northern Territory and the Australian Capital Territory in the year to June...

ABS releases new 'square kilometre population grid' data

ABS releases new 'square kilometre population grid' data

Australia

Tuesday, 23 December 2014

TWENTY-ONE square kilometres of Sydney has a population density greater than 8,000 people per square kilometre, according to the newly-released square kilometre population grid from...

Time to get serious about rising sea levels: PIA

Time to get serious about rising sea levels: PIA

Australia

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

THE Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) is calling for all spheres of government to show leadership when it comes to dealing with the impacts of...

More than 400 proposals received for first round of $1bn National Strong Regions Fund

More than 400 proposals received for first round of $1bn National Strong Regions Fund

Australia

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

AUSTRALIAN Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Warren Truss has welcomed 405 proposals from not-for-profit entities and local governments under the...

Two more issues papers released to inform the White Paper on the Reform of the Federation

Two more issues papers released to inform the White Paper on the Reform of the Federation

Australia

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

AUSTRALIAN Prime Minister Tony Abbott last week announced that two more issues papers – on health and housing and homelessness – have been released to...

NSW Local Development Performance Monitoring Report 2013-14 released

NSW Local Development Performance Monitoring Report 2013-14 released

New South Wales

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE NSW Department of Planning and Environment has released the Local Development Performance Monitoring Report for 2013-14, which reveals an increase in both the volume...

Proposed wind farm at Crookwell referred to NSW Planning Assessment Commission

Proposed wind farm at Crookwell referred to NSW Planning Assessment Commission

New South Wales

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE NSW Department of Planning and Environment has referred an application to build a new wind farm at Crookwell to the Planning Assessment Commission for...

Burton Contractors selected for stage one of Werrington Arterial in Sydney's west

Burton Contractors selected for stage one of Werrington Arterial in Sydney's west

New South Wales

Monday, 16 February 2015

BURTON Contractors Pty Ltd has been selected as the preferred tenderer for the Werrington Arterial Road project, which will create a new link between the...

Newcastle's renewal could be supported by new cruise terminal at Wickham: UDIA

Newcastle's renewal could be supported by new cruise terminal at Wickham: UDIA

New South Wales

Monday, 16 February 2015

A GROUP of local engineers, planners, architects and developers have submitted a plan for a new cruise terminal at Wickham, an initiative the group says...

Sydney's $1.8bn South West Rail Link opens

Sydney's $1.8bn South West Rail Link opens

New South Wales

Tuesday, 10 February 2015

AFTER nearly four years of work, including the installation of 53,000 rail sleepers and 31 kilometres of tracks, Sydney's $1.8 billion South West Rail Link...

Newcastle University's city centre expansion plans approved by NSW Government

Newcastle University's city centre expansion plans approved by NSW Government

New South Wales

Monday, 9 February 2015

NSW Planning Minister Pru Goward last week announced planning approval of the University of Newcastle's proposal to expand into the city centre with a new...

NSW must establish a one-stop shop for government planning referrals: Urban Taskforce

NSW must establish a one-stop shop for government planning referrals: Urban Taskforce

New South Wales

Saturday, 7 February 2015

IN the lead up to the NSW election, the major parties must agree to reduce the cost of housing by establishing a one-stop shop to...

PIA calls on political parties to restore confidence in NSW's planning system

PIA calls on political parties to restore confidence in NSW's planning system

New South Wales

Tuesday, 3 February 2015

A NEW Planning Act and a comprehensive review of governance arrangements for planning in New South Wales are among the key priorities identified by the...

Contract finalised for Sydney's $3bn NorthConnex road project

Contract finalised for Sydney's $3bn NorthConnex road project

New South Wales

Tuesday, 3 February 2015

WORK on the $3 billion NorthConnex project will start later this month after contracts were signed on the weekend between the proponents Transurban and Westlink...

Victorian Government establishes Level Crossings Removal Authority

Victorian Government establishes Level Crossings Removal Authority

Victoria

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

VICTORIAN Premier Daniel Andrews and Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan last week announced the establishment of the Level Crossings Removal Authority, which will help deliver...

Victorian Government to spend $100m to restore and upgrade Flinders Street Station

Victorian Government to spend $100m to restore and upgrade Flinders Street Station

Victoria

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE Victorian Government last week announced it will spend $100 million to undertake urgent restoration works and upgrade station platforms, entrances, toilets and information displays...

Victorian Government releases new guideline for market-led proposals

Victorian Government releases new guideline for market-led proposals

Victoria

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

MARKET-LED proposals in Victoria will be subject to a five-stage assessment process and must clearly demonstrate benefits to the community, according to a new guideline...

Victorian Government establishes Melbourne Metro Rail Authority

Victorian Government establishes Melbourne Metro Rail Authority

Victoria

Monday, 16 February 2015

DESPITE no clear funding arrangements, major work on the Melbourne Metro rail tunnel is expected to commence in 2018, according to the Victorian Government, who...

Plans lodged for new café at former Elsternwick rifle range

Plans lodged for new café at former Elsternwick rifle range

Victoria

Monday, 16 February 2015

VICTRACK has appointed a consortium composed of Glenhuntly Rifle Pty Ltd and Six Degrees Architects as the successful proponents for the Elsternwick Rifle Range Development...

Brookfield Multiplex to construct 63-level Eq. Tower in Melbourne

Brookfield Multiplex to construct 63-level Eq. Tower in Melbourne

Victoria

Tuesday, 10 February 2015

MELBOURNE based property developer, ICD Property, has awarded a $169 million construction contract to Brookfield Multiplex to build its landmark CBD apartment project, the $335...

Application lodged for $500m retail and residential expansion of The Glen Shopping Centre in Melbourne's south-east

Application lodged for $500m retail and residential expansion of The Glen Shopping Centre in Melbourne's south-east

Victoria

Tuesday, 3 February 2015

THE Glen Shopping Centre in the south-east Melbourne suburb of Glen Waverley is set to receive a $500 million upgrade, after joint owners Federation Centres...

Victorian Government announces $50m upgrade of Frankston Station precinct

Victorian Government announces $50m upgrade of Frankston Station precinct

Victoria

Saturday, 24 January 2015

A NEW taskforce has been established by the Victorian Government to commence work on a fast-tracked master plan for the Frankston Station precinct, including a...

Victorian Government calls for EOIs to construct first stage of West Gate Distributor

Victorian Government calls for EOIs to construct first stage of West Gate Distributor

Victoria

Saturday, 24 January 2015

THE Victorian Government this week called for expressions of interest to build the first stage of the $500 million West Gate Distributor, which aims to...

Work starts on 5.7km duplication of Warrego Highway near Toowoomba

Work starts on 5.7km duplication of Warrego Highway near Toowoomba

Queensland

Monday, 16 February 2015

THE Australian Government this week announced that work has now begun on a $110 million project to duplicate the Warrego Highway between Leeson Road at...

Australian Government approves Brisbane Airport Master Plan

Australian Government approves Brisbane Airport Master Plan

Queensland

Saturday, 7 February 2015

AUSTRALIAN Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Warren Truss this week announced approval of Brisbane Airport's 2014 Master Plan, which outlines...

Reference design released for Kingsford Smith Drive upgrade in Brisbane

Reference design released for Kingsford Smith Drive upgrade in Brisbane

Queensland

Saturday, 7 February 2015

BRISBANE City Council this week released the reference design for the major upgrade of one of Brisbane's busiest road corridors, Kingsford Smith Drive, between Theodore...

Resort and world's largest wave pool receives preliminary approval from Sunshine Coast Council

Resort and world's largest wave pool receives preliminary approval from Sunshine Coast Council

Queensland

Tuesday, 3 February 2015

SUNSHINE Coast Council last week announced it has given preliminary approval to a proposed resort and waterpark, including the world's largest wave pool, on a...

PIA releases advocacy agenda for 2015 Queensland election

PIA releases advocacy agenda for 2015 Queensland election

Queensland

Saturday, 24 January 2015

THE incoming Queensland Government should commit to a number of key infrastructure projects, including the proposed Bus and Train tunnel in Brisbane and the extension...

Property Council releases advocacy agenda for Queensland election

Property Council releases advocacy agenda for Queensland election

Queensland

Thursday, 15 January 2015

A NEW step in the planning scheme approval process that would require local governments to undertake an independent review of their planning schemes is one...

Brisbane City Council calls for EOIs to build new river infrastructure

Brisbane City Council calls for EOIs to build new river infrastructure

Queensland

Wednesday, 14 January 2015

BRISBANE City Council has called for Expressions of Interest from the private sector to design, construct and operate a new consolidated public marina and tourist...

Queensland election must focus on infrastructure investment solutions: IPA

Queensland election must focus on infrastructure investment solutions: IPA

Queensland

Tuesday, 13 January 2015

QUEENSLAND'S upcoming election must focus on solutions to invest in infrastructure, according to Infrastructure Partnerships Australia (IPA), who described it as the key to safeguarding...

Infrastructure funding should be front and centre of election campaign: LGAQ

Infrastructure funding should be front and centre of election campaign: LGAQ

Queensland

Saturday, 10 January 2015

BETTER funding for local public infrastructure to improve transport links and provide greater protection from natural disasters should be a key election priority for all...

Design of Perth's new $100m Stadium Station revealed

Design of Perth's new $100m Stadium Station revealed

Western Australia

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE Western Australian Government last week unveiled the design of the new Stadium Station, with Transport Minister Dean Nalder describing the station as a modern...

WA Government's local government reform agenda placed on hold

WA Government's local government reform agenda placed on hold

Western Australia

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE Western Australian Government last week said it has placed its local government reform agenda on hold, with Governor's orders for boundary adjustments that are...

Regional Planning and Infrastructure Frameworks released for the Gascoyne and Mid-West

Regional Planning and Infrastructure Frameworks released for the Gascoyne and Mid-West

Western Australia

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE Western Australian Government last week announced the release of Regional Planning and Infrastructure Frameworks for the Gascoyne and Mid-West regions, which are the latest...

Perth wave energy project turned on

Perth wave energy project turned on

Western Australia

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

AUSTRALIAN Industry and Science Minister Ian Macfarlane last week officially switched on Carnegie's Perth Wave Energy Project at Garden Island in Western Australia, which will...

Expressions of interest called for East Perth Power Station site

Expressions of interest called for East Perth Power Station site

Western Australia

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE Western Australian Government last week called for expressions of interest (EOI) from the private sector to transform the East Perth Power Station site into...

WA State Aviation Strategy released

WA State Aviation Strategy released

Western Australia

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE Western Australian Government last week released the State Aviation Strategy, which aims to support the economic and social development of the state through the...

Development bodies team up to produce an infrastructure plan for Perth and Peel

Development bodies team up to produce an infrastructure plan for Perth and Peel

Western Australia

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

A NUMBER of state government departments and agencies and local governments have been highly influential to the economy and prosperity of Perth, but there has...

Selected bus lanes in Perth to open up to taxis and motorcycles as part of 12-month trial

Selected bus lanes in Perth to open up to taxis and motorcycles as part of 12-month trial

Western Australia

Monday, 16 February 2015

WEST Australian Transport Minister Dean Nalder this week announced that motorcycles and taxis will be allowed to travel in bus lanes on Beaufort Street and...

Second stage of North West Coastal Highway upgrade now under way

Second stage of North West Coastal Highway upgrade now under way

Western Australia

Monday, 16 February 2015

WORK has begun on the 107-kilometre upgrade of the North West Coastal Highway between Mia Mia and Barradale, north of Minilya in Western Australia's Gascoyne...

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...

SA Government introduces proposed legislation to help improve environmental efficiency of existing commercial buildings

SA Government introduces proposed legislation to help improve environmental efficiency of existing commercial buildings

South Australia

Monday, 16 February 2015

SOUTH Australian Climate Change Minister Ian Hunter last week announced the introduction of proposed legislation that aims to assist building owners with accessing loans to...

SA Coordinator General streamlines the assessment of 15 'On The Run' stores

SA Coordinator General streamlines the assessment of 15 'On The Run' stores

South Australia

Tuesday, 20 January 2015

SOUTH Australia's Coordinator-General has declared 15 of the Peregrine Group's 'On The Run' stores to be assessed by the Development Assessment Commission (DAC).

Draft SA approval bilateral agreement released for public comment

Draft SA approval bilateral agreement released for public comment

South Australia

Tuesday, 23 December 2014

THE Australian and South Australian governments this month released a draft bilateral agreement for approvals under national environment law for public comment. Federal Environment Minister Greg...

Final report of SA's Expert Panel calls for major overhaul of planning system

Final report of SA's Expert Panel calls for major overhaul of planning system

South Australia

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

THE South Australian Government last week welcomed the release of the final report from the Expert Panel on Planning Reform, which outlines 22 reforms that...

Second stage of Snowtown wind farm officially online

Second stage of Snowtown wind farm officially online

South Australia

Tuesday, 11 November 2014

SOUTH Australian Premier Jay Weatherill and Sustainability and Environment Minister Ian Hunter last week officially opened Stage 2 of the Snowtown Wind Farm, which has...

Two consortia shortlisted for Torrens Road to River Torrens project

Two consortia shortlisted for Torrens Road to River Torrens project

South Australia

Tuesday, 4 November 2014

THE Australian and South Australian Governments last week announced that two consortia have been shortlisted for the major works contract of the $896 million Torrens...

Next stage of Woodville West development now available

Next stage of Woodville West development now available

South Australia

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

THE South Australian Government last week announced that the second stage of the $130 million development, The Square at Woodville West, is being released to...

13 projects for Tasmania's National Parks and the World Heritage Area proceed to second stage of assessment process

13 projects for Tasmania's National Parks and the World Heritage Area proceed to second stage of assessment process

Tasmania

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

AFTER receiving 37 expressions of interest from investors and tourism operators to develop new tourism infrastructure in the state's National Parks and World Heritage Area...

Tasmanian Government receives 37 proposals for development in national parks

Tasmanian Government receives 37 proposals for development in national parks

Tasmania

Saturday, 7 February 2015

THE Tasmanian Government has received 37 expressions of interest from investors and tourism operators to develop new tourism infrastructure in the state's National Parks and...

Tasmanian Government releases 'State of our Roads 2014' report

Tasmanian Government releases 'State of our Roads 2014' report

Tasmania

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

THE Tasmanian Government last week released a new report that provides the results of a comprehensive audit of the state's roads, including age and asset...

Tasmanian Government begins formal discussions with councils about voluntary amalgamations

Tasmanian Government begins formal discussions with councils about voluntary amalgamations

Tasmania

Tuesday, 2 December 2014

TASMANIAN Planning and Local Government Minister Peter Gutwein last week said the government has begun formal discussions with councils about voluntary amalgamations, with all 29...

Next stage of review of Tasmania's Building Regulatory Framework begins

Next stage of review of Tasmania's Building Regulatory Framework begins

Tasmania

Tuesday, 2 December 2014

TASMANIAN Planning and Local Government Minister Peter Gutwein last week said the State Government is delivering on its promise to cut red and green tape...

First phase of planning reforms passed by Tasmanian Parliament

First phase of planning reforms passed by Tasmanian Parliament

Tasmania

Tuesday, 25 November 2014

THE Tasmanian Government's first tranche of legislation that aims to make the state's planning system 'fairer, faster, cheaper and simpler' was last week passed by...

Tasmanian Government appoints Coordinator-General

Tasmanian Government appoints Coordinator-General

Tasmania

Tuesday, 18 November 2014

THE Tasmanian Government last week announced the appointment of the state's first-ever Coordinator General, who will help to streamline the business environment, promote competitiveness and...

New assessment bilateral agreement in place for Tasmania

New assessment bilateral agreement in place for Tasmania

Tasmania

Tuesday, 4 November 2014

THE Tasmanian and Federal governments have now created a 'one-stop shop' for environmental assessments in Tasmania, with Federal Environment Minister Greg Hunt and Tasmanian Environment...

Tasmanian Planning Minister outlines next steps for planning system

Tasmanian Planning Minister outlines next steps for planning system

Tasmania

Tuesday, 14 October 2014

TASMANIAN Planning Minister Peter Gutwein last week outlined details of proposed changes to the state's planning system, saying that the government believes the proposed reforms...

Public housing revamp to drive urban renewal in Canberra

Public housing revamp to drive urban renewal in Canberra

ACT

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr last week outlined the ACT Government's vision to deliver urban renewal in Canberra, with a major overhaul of public housing...

Winner announced for design of Canberra's new convention centre

Winner announced for design of Canberra's new convention centre

ACT

Monday, 16 February 2015

LOCAL firm Guida Moseley Brown (GMB) and Rome-based architect Massimiliano Fuksas have been appointed to develop a reference design for the $500-700 million Canberra Convention...

Independent report supports decision to limit appeal rights for important projects: ACT Government

Independent report supports decision to limit appeal rights for important projects: ACT Government

ACT

Monday, 16 February 2015

ACT Deputy Chief Minister Simon Corbell has welcomed an independent report that supports the ACT Government's proposal to limit appeal rights on infrastructure and development...

First stage of Canberra's Capital Metro network may be extended to Russell

First stage of Canberra's Capital Metro network may be extended to Russell

ACT

Tuesday, 10 February 2015

A CITY to Russell extension option will be included in the Request for Proposal for the first stage of Canberra's light rail network in response...

Three wind farm projects win contracts in ACT Government wind power auction

Three wind farm projects win contracts in ACT Government wind power auction

ACT

Monday, 9 February 2015

TWO wind farm projects in Victoria and another in South Australia have been revealed as the winners of the ACT Government's 200 megawatt wind power...

Draft master plans released for Woden Town Centre and Mawson Group Centre

Draft master plans released for Woden Town Centre and Mawson Group Centre

ACT

Tuesday, 3 February 2015

THE ACT Government last week released draft master plans for Woden Town Centre and Mawson Group Centre, which outline a vision, planning principles and strategies...

ACT ministry reshuffle includes creation of new urban renewal portfolio

ACT ministry reshuffle includes creation of new urban renewal portfolio

ACT

Saturday, 24 January 2015

A NEW portfolio of Minister for Urban Renewal will bring together infrastructure renewal and the promotion of social and cultural activity at a suburban level...

Next round of consultation begins for Capital Metro light rail project

Next round of consultation begins for Capital Metro light rail project

ACT

Saturday, 24 January 2015

THE ACT Government this week launched the next round of consultation for the proposed Capital Metro light rail project in Canberra, with public input invited...

Four consortia express interest in Canberra's Capital Metro light rail project

Four consortia express interest in Canberra's Capital Metro light rail project

ACT

Tuesday, 23 December 2014

THE ACT Government this week announced that four consortia have submitted expressions of interest to build the first stage of Canberra's proposed Capital Metro light...

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...

NT Government calls for EOIs for final stage of Zuccoli subdivision

NT Government calls for EOIs for final stage of Zuccoli subdivision

Northern Territory

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

THE Northern Territory Government last week called for expressions of interest to develop the fifth and final stage of the Zuccoli subdivision in Darwin's south...

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Victorian Government establishes Level Crossings Removal Authority

Victorian Government establishes Level Crossings Removal Authority

Victoria

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

VICTORIAN Premier Daniel Andrews and Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan last week announced the establishment of the Level Crossings Removal Authority, which will help deliver...

Victorian Government to spend $100m to restore and upgrade Flinders Street Station

Victorian Government to spend $100m to restore and upgrade Flinders Street Station

Victoria

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE Victorian Government last week announced it will spend $100 million to undertake urgent restoration works and upgrade station platforms, entrances, toilets and information displays...

Victorian Government releases new guideline for market-led proposals

Victorian Government releases new guideline for market-led proposals

Victoria

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

MARKET-LED proposals in Victoria will be subject to a five-stage assessment process and must clearly demonstrate benefits to the community, according to a new guideline...

NSW Local Development Performance Monitoring Report 2013-14 released

NSW Local Development Performance Monitoring Report 2013-14 released

New South Wales

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE NSW Department of Planning and Environment has released the Local Development Performance Monitoring Report for 2013-14, which reveals an increase in both the volume...

Proposed wind farm at Crookwell referred to NSW Planning Assessment Commission

Proposed wind farm at Crookwell referred to NSW Planning Assessment Commission

New South Wales

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE NSW Department of Planning and Environment has referred an application to build a new wind farm at Crookwell to the Planning Assessment Commission for...

Design of Perth's new $100m Stadium Station revealed

Design of Perth's new $100m Stadium Station revealed

Western Australia

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE Western Australian Government last week unveiled the design of the new Stadium Station, with Transport Minister Dean Nalder describing the station as a modern...

WA Government's local government reform agenda placed on hold

WA Government's local government reform agenda placed on hold

Western Australia

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE Western Australian Government last week said it has placed its local government reform agenda on hold, with Governor's orders for boundary adjustments that are...

Regional Planning and Infrastructure Frameworks released for the Gascoyne and Mid-West

Regional Planning and Infrastructure Frameworks released for the Gascoyne and Mid-West

Western Australia

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

THE Western Australian Government last week announced the release of Regional Planning and Infrastructure Frameworks for the Gascoyne and Mid-West regions, which are the latest...

Perth wave energy project turned on

Perth wave energy project turned on

Western Australia

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

AUSTRALIAN Industry and Science Minister Ian Macfarlane last week officially switched on Carnegie's Perth Wave Energy Project at Garden Island in Western Australia, which will...

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