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Victorian Government appoints Animal Industries Advisory Committee to examine planning in rural areas

Victorian Government appoints Animal Industries Advisory Committee to examine planning in rural areas

Victoria

Monday, 24 August 2015

VICTORIAN Regional Development Minister Jaala Pulford and Planning Minister Richard Wynne last week announced plans to appoint an advisory committee to examine how the planning system...

Victorian Government rezones former brickworks site in Burwood East for residential development

Victorian Government rezones former brickworks site in Burwood East for residential development

Victoria

Monday, 24 August 2015

THE Burwood Brickworks site in Melbourne's east is set to be home to more than 2000 people, after Victorian Planning Minister Richard Wynne last week...

Victorian Government unveils its Renewable Energy Roadmap

Victorian Government unveils its Renewable Energy Roadmap

Victoria

Monday, 24 August 2015

THE Victorian Government last week said it is rebuilding Victoria's reputation as the nation's leader for renewable energy, with the unveiling of its Renewable Energy...

New vision For Camellia unveiled by NSW Government

New vision For Camellia unveiled by NSW Government

New South Wales

Monday, 24 August 2015

NSW Planning Minister Rob Stokes last week released the NSW Government's vision for how Western Sydney's Camellia Precinct could be transformed over the coming years.

Countdown timers to stay in Sydney following successful trial

Countdown timers to stay in Sydney following successful trial

New South Wales

Monday, 24 August 2015

NSW Minister for Roads Duncan Gay last week announced that pedestrian countdown timers would start being installed at select locations across the state following a...

City of Sydney welcomes strong community support for its apartment sustainability plan

City of Sydney welcomes strong community support for its apartment sustainability plan

New South Wales

Monday, 24 August 2015

THE City of Sydney last week said it has received strong community support for its residential apartments sustainability plan, which outlines ways to reduce the...

First stage of Kwinana Freeway upgrade opens to Perth motorists

First stage of Kwinana Freeway upgrade opens to Perth motorists

Western Australia

Monday, 24 August 2015

THE Australian and West Australian governments last week said more than 52,000 motorists driving on the Kwinana Freeway southbound each day will now enjoy a...

Brisbane's $38 million Bicentennial Bikeway upgrade complete

Brisbane's $38 million Bicentennial Bikeway upgrade complete

Queensland

Monday, 24 August 2015

BRISBANE City Council last week announced it has completed the final stage of the $38.16 million Bicentennial Bikeway upgrade from the CBD to Toowong, which...

Contract signed for Toowoomba Second Range Crossing project

Contract signed for Toowoomba Second Range Crossing project

Queensland

Monday, 24 August 2015

THE Australian and Queensland governments last week said the landmark $1.6 billion Toowoomba Second Range Crossing is one step closer, with the Nexus consortium signing...

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Victorian Government appoints Animal Industries Advisory Committee to examine planning in rural areas

Victorian Government appoints Animal Industries Advisory Committee to examine planning in rural areas

Victoria

Monday, 24 August 2015

VICTORIAN Regional Development Minister Jaala Pulford and Planning Minister Richard Wynne last week announced plans to appoint an advisory committee to examine how the planning system...

Victorian Government rezones former brickworks site in Burwood East for residential development

Victorian Government rezones former brickworks site in Burwood East for residential development

Victoria

Monday, 24 August 2015

THE Burwood Brickworks site in Melbourne's east is set to be home to more than 2000 people, after Victorian Planning Minister Richard Wynne last week...

Victorian Government unveils its Renewable Energy Roadmap

Victorian Government unveils its Renewable Energy Roadmap

Victoria

Monday, 24 August 2015

THE Victorian Government last week said it is rebuilding Victoria's reputation as the nation's leader for renewable energy, with the unveiling of its Renewable Energy...

New vision For Camellia unveiled by NSW Government

New vision For Camellia unveiled by NSW Government

New South Wales

Monday, 24 August 2015

NSW Planning Minister Rob Stokes last week released the NSW Government's vision for how Western Sydney's Camellia Precinct could be transformed over the coming years.

Countdown timers to stay in Sydney following successful trial

Countdown timers to stay in Sydney following successful trial

New South Wales

Monday, 24 August 2015

NSW Minister for Roads Duncan Gay last week announced that pedestrian countdown timers would start being installed at select locations across the state following a...

City of Sydney welcomes strong community support for its apartment sustainability plan

City of Sydney welcomes strong community support for its apartment sustainability plan

New South Wales

Monday, 24 August 2015

THE City of Sydney last week said it has received strong community support for its residential apartments sustainability plan, which outlines ways to reduce the...

First stage of Kwinana Freeway upgrade opens to Perth motorists

First stage of Kwinana Freeway upgrade opens to Perth motorists

Western Australia

Monday, 24 August 2015

THE Australian and West Australian governments last week said more than 52,000 motorists driving on the Kwinana Freeway southbound each day will now enjoy a...

Brisbane's $38 million Bicentennial Bikeway upgrade complete

Brisbane's $38 million Bicentennial Bikeway upgrade complete

Queensland

Monday, 24 August 2015

BRISBANE City Council last week announced it has completed the final stage of the $38.16 million Bicentennial Bikeway upgrade from the CBD to Toowong, which...

Contract signed for Toowoomba Second Range Crossing project

Contract signed for Toowoomba Second Range Crossing project

Queensland

Monday, 24 August 2015

THE Australian and Queensland governments last week said the landmark $1.6 billion Toowoomba Second Range Crossing is one step closer, with the Nexus consortium signing...

Dwelling approvals down by 8.2 per cent in June

Dwelling approvals down by 8.2 per cent in June

Australia

Monday, 3 August 2015

AFTER a revised increase of 2.3 per cent in May, the number of new dwellings approved in June decreased by 8.2 per cent, in seasonally...

New report shows disadvantage is entrenched and structural in poorest communities: ACOSS

New report shows disadvantage is entrenched and structural in poorest communities: ACOSS

Australia

Monday, 27 July 2015

THE Australian Council of Social Service has urged Australian governments to develop an effective jobs plan as part of a strategy to reduce poverty and...

Australian Government launches Threatened Species Strategy

Australian Government launches Threatened Species Strategy

Australia

Monday, 20 July 2015

THE Australian Government has set new targets to tackle feral cats, protect and recover threatened mammals, birds and plants, and improve recovery practices under the...

State of Australian Cities 2014-15 and State of Regional Australia 2015 released

State of Australian Cities 2014-15 and State of Regional Australia 2015 released

Australia

Sunday, 12 July 2015

THE Australian Government last week said that investment in urban and regional infrastructure will be better informed following the release of the State of Australian...

Australia's first guide for urban forestry launched

Australia's first guide for urban forestry launched

Australia

Sunday, 5 July 2015

AUSTRALIA'S first comprehensive guide to growing and maintaining tree populations in urban areas was last week launched by the City of Melbourne, the Victorian Government...

Dwelling approvals up by 2.4 per cent in May

Dwelling approvals up by 2.4 per cent in May

Australia

Sunday, 5 July 2015

FOLLOWING a revised decrease of 5.2 per cent in April, the number of new dwellings approved in May increased by 2.4 per cent, in seasonally...

Local roads to receive $1bn-plus over two years following fuel excise changes

Local roads to receive $1bn-plus over two years following fuel excise changes

Australia

Monday, 29 June 2015

COUNCILS across Australia will receive an extra $1.105 billion over the next two years from the Australian Government for local road and street works following...

Victoria experiences record net interstate migration: ABS

Victoria experiences record net interstate migration: ABS

Australia

Monday, 29 June 2015

VICTORIA has recorded its highest net interstate migration in over forty years, according to figures released last week by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).

ALGA report calls for new investment in regions to address rising income inequality across Australia

ALGA report calls for new investment in regions to address rising income inequality across Australia

Australia

Tuesday, 23 June 2015

REDUCING the inequality of income distribution within and between Australian regions through new investment will be pivotal to strengthening Australia's economy and bridging the employment...

New vision For Camellia unveiled by NSW Government

New vision For Camellia unveiled by NSW Government

New South Wales

Monday, 24 August 2015

NSW Planning Minister Rob Stokes last week released the NSW Government's vision for how Western Sydney's Camellia Precinct could be transformed over the coming years.

Countdown timers to stay in Sydney following successful trial

Countdown timers to stay in Sydney following successful trial

New South Wales

Monday, 24 August 2015

NSW Minister for Roads Duncan Gay last week announced that pedestrian countdown timers would start being installed at select locations across the state following a...

City of Sydney welcomes strong community support for its apartment sustainability plan

City of Sydney welcomes strong community support for its apartment sustainability plan

New South Wales

Monday, 24 August 2015

THE City of Sydney last week said it has received strong community support for its residential apartments sustainability plan, which outlines ways to reduce the...

NSW Government announces strengthened 10/50 vegetation removal rules

NSW Government announces strengthened 10/50 vegetation removal rules

New South Wales

Monday, 17 August 2015

THE NSW Government last week announced a strengthened 10/50 vegetation removal scheme, which aims to provide better environmental protection and minimise tree clearing for views.

NSW Government announces the start of the 'toughest planning penalties in the country'

NSW Government announces the start of the 'toughest planning penalties in the country'

New South Wales

Monday, 17 August 2015

NSW Planning Minister Rob Stokes has announced the start of five-fold increases in planning penalties for companies that breach conditions.

NSW Government releases draft Riverstone East Precinct Plan

NSW Government releases draft Riverstone East Precinct Plan

New South Wales

Monday, 17 August 2015

NSW Planning Minister Rob Stokes last week released the draft Riverstone East Precinct Plan, which sets out the vision for a new community with 5,800...

Walker Corporation appointed to develop next stages of Parramatta Square

Walker Corporation appointed to develop next stages of Parramatta Square

New South Wales

Monday, 17 August 2015

PARRAMATTA City Council last week announced the selection of Walker Corporation to undertake the two largest stages of the landmark Parramatta Square development, worth a...

City of Sydney prepares for the challenge of changing climate with new adaptation strategy

City of Sydney prepares for the challenge of changing climate with new adaptation strategy

New South Wales

Monday, 17 August 2015

THE City of Sydney last week announced the completion of a landmark plan to prepare for future impacts of climate change, including more heat waves...

Committee for Sydney releases roadmap to fix Sydney's affordable housing crisis

Committee for Sydney releases roadmap to fix Sydney's affordable housing crisis

New South Wales

Monday, 17 August 2015

THE Committee for Sydney last week launched an Issues Paper outlining 5 innovative ideas to tackle Sydney's lack of affordable housing, including an audit of...

Victorian Government appoints Animal Industries Advisory Committee to examine planning in rural areas

Victorian Government appoints Animal Industries Advisory Committee to examine planning in rural areas

Victoria

Monday, 24 August 2015

VICTORIAN Regional Development Minister Jaala Pulford and Planning Minister Richard Wynne last week announced plans to appoint an advisory committee to examine how the planning system...

Victorian Government rezones former brickworks site in Burwood East for residential development

Victorian Government rezones former brickworks site in Burwood East for residential development

Victoria

Monday, 24 August 2015

THE Burwood Brickworks site in Melbourne's east is set to be home to more than 2000 people, after Victorian Planning Minister Richard Wynne last week...

Victorian Government unveils its Renewable Energy Roadmap

Victorian Government unveils its Renewable Energy Roadmap

Victoria

Monday, 24 August 2015

THE Victorian Government last week said it is rebuilding Victoria's reputation as the nation's leader for renewable energy, with the unveiling of its Renewable Energy...

Victorian Government announces Geelong Authority to drive growth and development

Victorian Government announces Geelong Authority to drive growth and development

Victoria

Monday, 17 August 2015

VICTORIAN Premier Daniel Andrews last week announced the creation of the Geelong Authority, which will push ahead with major planning decisions as part of an...

Victorian Government announces Terms of Reference and Advisory Committee for review of Local Government Act

Victorian Government announces Terms of Reference and Advisory Committee for review of Local Government Act

Victoria

Monday, 17 August 2015

THE Victorian Government last week said it is getting on with its election commitment to review the Local Government Act 1989, to improve accountability and...

State Government releases latest Victoria in Future report

State Government releases latest Victoria in Future report

Victoria

Monday, 10 August 2015

VICTORIAN Planning Minister Richard Wynne last week released the latest Victoria in Future report for 2015, which shows that the state will have a 10...

Victorian Government releases details of Melbourne Metro river crossing

Victorian Government releases details of Melbourne Metro river crossing

Victoria

Monday, 10 August 2015

THE Melbourne Metro Rail Project is taking shape, with the Victorian Government last week announcing the selection of tunnelling as the preferred method for the...

Victorian Government outlines details of Homesafe 24-hour weekend public transport trial

Victorian Government outlines details of Homesafe 24-hour weekend public transport trial

Victoria

Monday, 10 August 2015

VICTORIAN Minister for Public Transport Jacinta Allan and Minister for Police Wade Noonan last week outlined details of the one-year Homesafe trial, which will aims...

Auditor-General follows up on review of Major Projects Victoria

Auditor-General follows up on review of Major Projects Victoria

Victoria

Monday, 10 August 2015

THE Victorian Auditor-General last week released the results a new audit that follows up on 22 recommendations made in a 2012 audit of the Victorian...

Brisbane's $38 million Bicentennial Bikeway upgrade complete

Brisbane's $38 million Bicentennial Bikeway upgrade complete

Queensland

Monday, 24 August 2015

BRISBANE City Council last week announced it has completed the final stage of the $38.16 million Bicentennial Bikeway upgrade from the CBD to Toowong, which...

Contract signed for Toowoomba Second Range Crossing project

Contract signed for Toowoomba Second Range Crossing project

Queensland

Monday, 24 August 2015

THE Australian and Queensland governments last week said the landmark $1.6 billion Toowoomba Second Range Crossing is one step closer, with the Nexus consortium signing...

Groundbreaking ceremony held for new six-star hotel at Jupiters complex on Gold Coast

Groundbreaking ceremony held for new six-star hotel at Jupiters complex on Gold Coast

Queensland

Monday, 24 August 2015

A TRANSFORMED Jupiters Hotel & Casino will enhance the Gold Coast's reputation as one of the world's top tourist destinations when the global spotlight shines...

Queensland Government launches EOI process for stage two of Gold Coast Light Rail

Queensland Government launches EOI process for stage two of Gold Coast Light Rail

Queensland

Monday, 17 August 2015

THE Queensland Government last week announced the opening of the expression of interest process for stage two of Gold Coast Light Rail - a critical...

Queensland Government announces site for proposed Gold Coast casino and resort

Queensland Government announces site for proposed Gold Coast casino and resort

Queensland

Monday, 10 August 2015

THE Queensland Government has announced that the Gold Coast's multi-million dollar integrated resort is back on track, following an agreement with proponent ASF Consortium on...

Public consultation now under way for Queen's Wharf precinct in Brisbane

Public consultation now under way for Queen's Wharf precinct in Brisbane

Queensland

Monday, 10 August 2015

THE Queensland Government last week announced that public consultation is now open around the proposed development scheme to transform Brisbane's riverfront and deliver the Queen's...

Seymour Whyte awarded contract for Coomera Interchange upgrade

Seymour Whyte awarded contract for Coomera Interchange upgrade

Queensland

Monday, 10 August 2015

CONSTRUCTION is set to begin on the Coomera Interchange Exit 54 on the Pacific Motorway, with Seymour Whyte awarded the contract.

Queensland Government considers call in for Burdekin solar farm development

Queensland Government considers call in for Burdekin solar farm development

Queensland

Monday, 3 August 2015

The Queensland Government will consider a ministerial 'call in' of the proposed Clare Solar Farm development, south west of Ayr, which involves a large-scale solar...

Queensland Government directs further planning for Cedar Woods development in Brisbane's north-west

Queensland Government directs further planning for Cedar Woods development in Brisbane's north-west

Queensland

Monday, 3 August 2015

THE Queensland Government has ordered further planning be undertaken by Brisbane City Council on the Cedar Woods development in Upper Kedron, with approval granted for...

First stage of Kwinana Freeway upgrade opens to Perth motorists

First stage of Kwinana Freeway upgrade opens to Perth motorists

Western Australia

Monday, 24 August 2015

THE Australian and West Australian governments last week said more than 52,000 motorists driving on the Kwinana Freeway southbound each day will now enjoy a...

Property Council releases 'Keep WA Growing' report

Property Council releases 'Keep WA Growing' report

Western Australia

Monday, 17 August 2015

A NEW study identifies the infrastructure and property developments that will keep WA growing as the mining boom fades, with the proposed MAX light rail...

WA Government releases proposed new Heritage Act for public comment

WA Government releases proposed new Heritage Act for public comment

Western Australia

Monday, 17 August 2015

WEST Australian Heritage Minister Albert Jacob last week released a proposed new Western Australian Heritage Act for a six-week public comment period.

Construction now under way on Perth's Stadium Station

Construction now under way on Perth's Stadium Station

Western Australia

Monday, 10 August 2015

WORK on the train station at the new Perth Stadium site at Burswood has reached a major milestone with construction now under way.

Green light for next stage of Kwinana Freeway widening in Perth

Green light for next stage of Kwinana Freeway widening in Perth

Western Australia

Monday, 10 August 2015

THE Australian and Western Australian Governments last week said they are steaming ahead with the next stage of the Kwinana Freeway widening project by announcing...

WA's R-Codes amended to give councils greater control on the location of apartments

WA's R-Codes amended to give councils greater control on the location of apartments

Western Australia

Monday, 27 July 2015

THE West Australian Government last week announced that the state's Residential Design Codes (R-Codes) have been amended to provide local governments with greater control on...

New animation gives a sneak-peak at the future Perth Busport

New animation gives a sneak-peak at the future Perth Busport

Western Australia

Monday, 27 July 2015

THE West Australian Government has released a new animation that shows how passengers will use the $209 million underground Perth Busport, which will open next...

City of Perth seeks feedback on Draft Environmental Strategy

City of Perth seeks feedback on Draft Environmental Strategy

Western Australia

Monday, 27 July 2015

THE City of Perth has called for public comment on its Draft Environmental Strategy that sets out its priorities to become a more environmentally sustainable...

WA Government sets new affordable housing target after reaching 20,000

WA Government sets new affordable housing target after reaching 20,000

Western Australia

Monday, 20 July 2015

THE West Australian Government last week said it has reached a major milestone after completing delivery of 20,000 affordable homes across Western Australia since 2010.

New $175 million hotel and apartment proposed for Adelaide

New $175 million hotel and apartment proposed for Adelaide

South Australia

Monday, 24 August 2015

A 30-floor hotel and residential apartment development has been proposed for a prime Adelaide city address, following an agreement struck in Singapore.

New ferry service and luxury resort proposed for Kangaroo Island

New ferry service and luxury resort proposed for Kangaroo Island

South Australia

Monday, 24 August 2015

A PROPOSAL to build a $35 million marina development with a ferry service and luxury resort on Kangaroo Island has been welcomed by the South...

Major construction begins on Adelaide's Torrens to Torrens project

Major construction begins on Adelaide's Torrens to Torrens project

South Australia

Monday, 10 August 2015

THE Australian and South Australian governments last week announced that major works are now under way on the $896 million upgrade of the Torrens Road...

SA Government releases its response to Late Night Code review

SA Government releases its response to Late Night Code review

South Australia

Monday, 3 August 2015

THE South Australian Government last week released its response to the review of the Late Night Code and announced changes to make it easier for...

Record numbers on Adelaide's public transport system in 2014-15

Record numbers on Adelaide's public transport system in 2014-15

South Australia

Monday, 3 August 2015

THE South Australian Government last week announced a significant increase in the number of passengers taking public transport in Adelaide, with an extra three million...

Two bidders shortlisted for Darlington Upgrade as part of Adelaide's North-South Corridor project

Two bidders shortlisted for Darlington Upgrade as part of Adelaide's North-South Corridor project

South Australia

Sunday, 12 July 2015

CONSTRUCTION of the Darlington Upgrade on the North South Corridor is a step closer after two bidders were last week shortlisted to tender for the...

IPA welcomes plans for heavy vehicle road charging in SA

IPA welcomes plans for heavy vehicle road charging in SA

South Australia

Sunday, 12 July 2015

THE national infrastructure sector has welcomed the proposal by South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill to trial road user charging for heavy vehicles in the state...

SA Government releases revised transport plan released with EastLINK tram to service old RAH site

SA Government releases revised transport plan released with EastLINK tram to service old RAH site

South Australia

Sunday, 12 July 2015

THE South Australian Government has announced that the redevelopment of the old Royal Adelaide Hospital site will be boosted by the extension of a tram...

SA Government seeks developers for 7ha RAH site in Adelaide's CBD

SA Government seeks developers for 7ha RAH site in Adelaide's CBD

South Australia

Sunday, 12 July 2015

THE South Australian Government last week said it is offering an unparalleled opportunity to transform Adelaide's CBD through the creation of a world class mixed-use...

Consultation starts on single statewide planning scheme for Tasmania

Consultation starts on single statewide planning scheme for Tasmania

Tasmania

Sunday, 5 July 2015

THE Tasmanian Government last week said it is making the state's planning system faster, fairer, simpler and cheaper through a single statewide planning scheme that...

Macquarie Point Masterplan officially launched by Tasmanian Government

Macquarie Point Masterplan officially launched by Tasmanian Government

Tasmania

Tuesday, 23 June 2015

THE Tasmanian Government last week said its plan to drive economic growth and create jobs has taken another step forward, following the official launch of...

Local government reform moves ahead in Tasmania

Local government reform moves ahead in Tasmania

Tasmania

Tuesday, 23 June 2015

TASMANIAN Planning and Local Government Minister Peter Gutwein last week reaffirmed the State Government's commitment to improving the efficiency and effectiveness of local government to...

Consultation begins for Hobart International Airport redevelopment

Consultation begins for Hobart International Airport redevelopment

Tasmania

Monday, 15 June 2015

CONSULTATION has started on a $100 million investment in the redevelopment of the Hobart International Airport, which involves upgrades to the airport terminal and an...

$500m Midland Highway 10 Year Action Plan unveiled

$500m Midland Highway 10 Year Action Plan unveiled

Tasmania

Tuesday, 26 May 2015

THE Australian and Tasmanian governments last week said they are delivering a safer and more efficient north-south passenger and freight corridor for Tasmania following the...

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...

ACT Government launches second large-scale wind farm auction

ACT Government launches second large-scale wind farm auction

ACT

Monday, 17 August 2015

A SECOND ACT wind auction, which could power up to 106,000 Canberra homes with clean, sustainable energy, was last week opened Environment Minister Simon Corbell.

ACT Government to hold second large-scale wind auction by end of the year

ACT Government to hold second large-scale wind auction by end of the year

ACT

Monday, 20 July 2015

THE ACT Government will continue its support for the renewable energy industry by holding a second large-scale wind auction by the end of this year...

30 submissions received in response to ACT Government's next-generation solar EOI process

30 submissions received in response to ACT Government's next-generation solar EOI process

ACT

Monday, 20 July 2015

ACT Minister for the Environment Simon Corbell last week said the Territory Government has received a tremendous response to its next-generation solar expression of interest...

Report shows light rail successful in low-density cities: ACT Government

Report shows light rail successful in low-density cities: ACT Government

ACT

Sunday, 5 July 2015

LIGHT rail increases public transport patronage, delivers benefits to landowners and creates flow-on effects in diversifying the economy, improving liveability and increasing sustainability in cities...

ACT Government calls for feedback on environmental impact statement for Capital Metro light rail project

ACT Government calls for feedback on environmental impact statement for Capital Metro light rail project

ACT

Monday, 29 June 2015

CANBERRANS are invited to have their say on the draft environmental impact statement for light rail, ACT Capital Metro Minister Simon Corbell announced last week.

Request for Proposal opens for Canberra's smart parking trial

Request for Proposal opens for Canberra's smart parking trial

ACT

Monday, 8 June 2015

THE ACT Government last week released a Request for Proposal (RFP) to industry for the smart parking trial, which will commence early 2016 and aims...

Exposure Draft of revised National Capital Plan released for community consultation

Exposure Draft of revised National Capital Plan released for community consultation

ACT

Monday, 8 June 2015

The Australian Government last week released the Exposure Draft of the revised National Capital Plan for community consultation, which aims to reduce duplication in detailed...

2015-16 Budget to help deliver a 'first-class public transport system': ACT Government

2015-16 Budget to help deliver a 'first-class public transport system': ACT Government

ACT

Monday, 1 June 2015

THE ACT Government last week said it has set out its commitment to investment, jobs, bolstering the ACT economy and providing a modern, first-class public...

Infrastructure audit confirms need for light rail: ACT Government

Infrastructure audit confirms need for light rail: ACT Government

ACT

Tuesday, 26 May 2015

A REPORT into traffic congestion in Canberra has confirmed the need for light rail between City and Gungahlin, according to ACT Capital Metro Minister Simon...

Building height limits removed for Darwin's CBD

Building height limits removed for Darwin's CBD

Northern Territory

Monday, 20 July 2015

NORTHERN Territory Lands and Planning Minister David Tollner last week amended the NT Planning Scheme by removing the blanket 90-metre limit on building heights in...

NT Government to review its housing supply and assistance programs

NT Government to review its housing supply and assistance programs

Northern Territory

Tuesday, 23 June 2015

WITH rental prices coming down and house prices stabilising, the Northern Territory Government last week said it will review its suite of housing supply and...

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...

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