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METRONET team to design Belmont Station precinct in Perth

METRONET team to design Belmont Station precinct in Perth

Western Australia

Monday, 26 June 2017

BELMONT Station will form the heart of METRONET's first transport oriented development - a new high-density suburb with multi-storey apartments, businesses and vibrant community spaces...

Legislation to protect Yarra River introduced by Victorian Government

Legislation to protect Yarra River introduced by Victorian Government

Victoria

Monday, 26 June 2017

THE Victorian Government said it is enshrining in law the protection of the Yarra River, with Minister for Planning Richard Wynne last week introducing the...

NSW Budget 2017-18 targets housing affordability: Planning and Housing Minister

NSW Budget 2017-18 targets housing affordability: Planning and Housing Minister

New South Wales

Monday, 26 June 2017

THE NSW Government will spend more than $720 million over the next four years to address the key issue of housing affordability, according to Planning...

NSW Budget includes $123m for Parramatta Road urban revitalisation

NSW Budget includes $123m for Parramatta Road urban revitalisation

New South Wales

Monday, 26 June 2017

THE NSW Government has announced $123 million will be invested in the major revitalisation of Sydney's Parramatta Road as part of Budget 2017-18.

John Holland CPB Contractors Ghella Joint Venture wins $2.81bn tunnelling contract for Sydney Metro

John Holland CPB Contractors Ghella Joint Venture wins $2.81bn tunnelling contract for Sydney Metro

New South Wales

Monday, 26 June 2017

CONSTRUCTION of new twin metro rail tunnels deep under Sydney Harbour will soon be under way after a $2.81 billion tunnelling contract was last week...

ALGA releases 'State of the Regions: Pillars of Growth' report

ALGA releases 'State of the Regions: Pillars of Growth' report

Australia

Monday, 26 June 2017

INFRASTRUCTURE deficiencies have played a part in making it harder for struggling regions in Australia to increase their productivity, create jobs and improve incomes, according...

Results of National Cycling Participation Survey 2017 released

Results of National Cycling Participation Survey 2017 released

Australia

Monday, 26 June 2017

THE Australian Bicycle Council has released the results of the National Cycling Participation Survey 2017, which found that around 3.74 million people in Australia ride...

Property Council releases 'Big and Small Ideas for Perth' report

Property Council releases 'Big and Small Ideas for Perth' report

Western Australia

Monday, 19 June 2017

THE Property Council of Australia last week released its 'Big and Small Ideas for Perth' report, which is described as a call to action to...

Funding for Brisbane's $5.4bn Cross River Rail announced in 2017-18 Queensland Budget

Funding for Brisbane's $5.4bn Cross River Rail announced in 2017-18 Queensland Budget

Queensland

Monday, 19 June 2017

THE Queensland Government last week announced it will deliver one of Queensland's biggest ever infrastructure projects, Cross River Rail, with $2.8 billion allocated over the...

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METRONET team to design Belmont Station precinct in Perth

METRONET team to design Belmont Station precinct in Perth

Western Australia

Monday, 26 June 2017

BELMONT Station will form the heart of METRONET's first transport oriented development - a new high-density suburb with multi-storey apartments, businesses and vibrant community spaces...

Legislation to protect Yarra River introduced by Victorian Government

Legislation to protect Yarra River introduced by Victorian Government

Victoria

Monday, 26 June 2017

THE Victorian Government said it is enshrining in law the protection of the Yarra River, with Minister for Planning Richard Wynne last week introducing the...

NSW Budget 2017-18 targets housing affordability: Planning and Housing Minister

NSW Budget 2017-18 targets housing affordability: Planning and Housing Minister

New South Wales

Monday, 26 June 2017

THE NSW Government will spend more than $720 million over the next four years to address the key issue of housing affordability, according to Planning...

NSW Budget includes $123m for Parramatta Road urban revitalisation

NSW Budget includes $123m for Parramatta Road urban revitalisation

New South Wales

Monday, 26 June 2017

THE NSW Government has announced $123 million will be invested in the major revitalisation of Sydney's Parramatta Road as part of Budget 2017-18.

John Holland CPB Contractors Ghella Joint Venture wins $2.81bn tunnelling contract for Sydney Metro

John Holland CPB Contractors Ghella Joint Venture wins $2.81bn tunnelling contract for Sydney Metro

New South Wales

Monday, 26 June 2017

CONSTRUCTION of new twin metro rail tunnels deep under Sydney Harbour will soon be under way after a $2.81 billion tunnelling contract was last week...

ALGA releases 'State of the Regions: Pillars of Growth' report

ALGA releases 'State of the Regions: Pillars of Growth' report

Australia

Monday, 26 June 2017

INFRASTRUCTURE deficiencies have played a part in making it harder for struggling regions in Australia to increase their productivity, create jobs and improve incomes, according...

Results of National Cycling Participation Survey 2017 released

Results of National Cycling Participation Survey 2017 released

Australia

Monday, 26 June 2017

THE Australian Bicycle Council has released the results of the National Cycling Participation Survey 2017, which found that around 3.74 million people in Australia ride...

Property Council releases 'Big and Small Ideas for Perth' report

Property Council releases 'Big and Small Ideas for Perth' report

Western Australia

Monday, 19 June 2017

THE Property Council of Australia last week released its 'Big and Small Ideas for Perth' report, which is described as a call to action to...

Funding for Brisbane's $5.4bn Cross River Rail announced in 2017-18 Queensland Budget

Funding for Brisbane's $5.4bn Cross River Rail announced in 2017-18 Queensland Budget

Queensland

Monday, 19 June 2017

THE Queensland Government last week announced it will deliver one of Queensland's biggest ever infrastructure projects, Cross River Rail, with $2.8 billion allocated over the...

ALGA releases 'State of the Regions: Pillars of Growth' report

ALGA releases 'State of the Regions: Pillars of Growth' report

Australia

Monday, 26 June 2017

INFRASTRUCTURE deficiencies have played a part in making it harder for struggling regions in Australia to increase their productivity, create jobs and improve incomes, according...

Results of National Cycling Participation Survey 2017 released

Results of National Cycling Participation Survey 2017 released

Australia

Monday, 26 June 2017

THE Australian Bicycle Council has released the results of the National Cycling Participation Survey 2017, which found that around 3.74 million people in Australia ride...

Dwelling approvals increase by 4.4 per cent in April

Dwelling approvals increase by 4.4 per cent in April

Australia

Monday, 5 June 2017

FOLLOWING a revised decrease of 10.3 per cent in March, the total number of new dwellings approved in April increased by 4.4 per cent, in...

Franchising public transport services could deliver billions for new services: Infrastructure Australia

Franchising public transport services could deliver billions for new services: Infrastructure Australia

Australia

Monday, 29 May 2017

NEW data from Infrastructure Australia shows that subjecting the operation of Australia's government-operated bus and rail services to competitive tender processes could save taxpayers up...

'Regions 2030: Unlocking Opportunity' statement released by Australian Government

'Regions 2030: Unlocking Opportunity' statement released by Australian Government

Australia

Sunday, 21 May 2017

AUSTRALIAN Minister for Regional Development Fiona Nash last week launched the Coalition Government's vision statement for rural, regional and remote Australia: 'Regions 2030: Unlocking Opportunity'.

Infrastructure and Project Financing Agency established as part of Federal Budget 2017-18

Infrastructure and Project Financing Agency established as part of Federal Budget 2017-18

Australia

Monday, 15 May 2017

THE 2017-18 Federal Budget has established the Infrastructure and Project Financing Agency to help shape and assess financing options for major infrastructure.

Dwelling approvals decrease by 13.4 per cent in March

Dwelling approvals decrease by 13.4 per cent in March

Australia

Monday, 15 May 2017

FOLLOWING an upwardly revised increase of 8.9 per cent in February, the total number of new dwellings approved in March decreased by 13.4 per cent...

Federal Budget cuts real infrastructure funding by $7.4bn: IPA

Federal Budget cuts real infrastructure funding by $7.4bn: IPA

Australia

Monday, 15 May 2017

THE Federal Budget cuts real infrastructure by $7.4 billion compared to the 10 year average – and sees Commonwealth funding at its lowest level since...

Property Council releases its 'Fixing Housing Affordability' plan

Property Council releases its 'Fixing Housing Affordability' plan

Australia

Tuesday, 2 May 2017

A SCHEME to help first home buyers bridge the deposit gap and a suite of measures to address housing supply are at the centre of...

NSW Budget 2017-18 targets housing affordability: Planning and Housing Minister

NSW Budget 2017-18 targets housing affordability: Planning and Housing Minister

New South Wales

Monday, 26 June 2017

THE NSW Government will spend more than $720 million over the next four years to address the key issue of housing affordability, according to Planning...

NSW Budget includes $123m for Parramatta Road urban revitalisation

NSW Budget includes $123m for Parramatta Road urban revitalisation

New South Wales

Monday, 26 June 2017

THE NSW Government has announced $123 million will be invested in the major revitalisation of Sydney's Parramatta Road as part of Budget 2017-18.

John Holland CPB Contractors Ghella Joint Venture wins $2.81bn tunnelling contract for Sydney Metro

John Holland CPB Contractors Ghella Joint Venture wins $2.81bn tunnelling contract for Sydney Metro

New South Wales

Monday, 26 June 2017

CONSTRUCTION of new twin metro rail tunnels deep under Sydney Harbour will soon be under way after a $2.81 billion tunnelling contract was last week...

Central West and Orana Regional Plan released by NSW Government

Central West and Orana Regional Plan released by NSW Government

New South Wales

Monday, 19 June 2017

THE NSW Government last week released the Central West and Orana Regional Plan, which provides a blueprint to guide planning and land use decisions over...

Three groups shortlisted for revitalisation of Central Station in Sydney

Three groups shortlisted for revitalisation of Central Station in Sydney

New South Wales

Monday, 19 June 2017

THREE groups have been shortlisted to help revitalise Central Station, including delivering the underground Central Walk concourse and Sydney Metro platforms at the city's biggest...

Two groups shortlisted for Sydney's M4–M5 Link

Two groups shortlisted for Sydney's M4–M5 Link

New South Wales

Monday, 19 June 2017

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for WestConnex Stuart Ayres have announced that two joint ventures have been shortlisted to build the M4-M5 Link, which...

Assessment of NorthConnex adequately considered value for money: NSW Auditor-General

Assessment of NorthConnex adequately considered value for money: NSW Auditor-General

New South Wales

Monday, 12 June 2017

THE processes used to assess NorthConnex adequately considered value for money for taxpayers and road users, according to a report released last week by the...

Western Sydney City Deal on track for delivery in 2017

Western Sydney City Deal on track for delivery in 2017

New South Wales

Monday, 12 June 2017

A ROUNDTABLE of eight western Sydney councils has confirmed a Western Sydney City Deal is on track to be finalised in the second half of...

Macquarie Group's development proposal for Sydney Metro Martin Place precinct placed on public exhibition

Macquarie Group's development proposal for Sydney Metro Martin Place precinct placed on public exhibition

New South Wales

Monday, 5 June 2017

MACQUARIE Group's concept proposal for an integrated Sydney Metro Martin Place station development has been placed on exhibition for community feedback, with the Department of...

Legislation to protect Yarra River introduced by Victorian Government

Legislation to protect Yarra River introduced by Victorian Government

Victoria

Monday, 26 June 2017

THE Victorian Government said it is enshrining in law the protection of the Yarra River, with Minister for Planning Richard Wynne last week introducing the...

Five companies shortlisted for $518m Ballarat Line Upgrade

Five companies shortlisted for $518m Ballarat Line Upgrade

Victoria

Monday, 19 June 2017

THE Victorian Government last week announced that five groups have been shortlisted for the $518 million Ballarat Line Upgrade, which includes the duplication of 18...

Environment Effects Statement for West Gate Tunnel Project released by Victorian Government

Environment Effects Statement for West Gate Tunnel Project released by Victorian Government

Victoria

Monday, 5 June 2017

THE Victorian Government last week announced the release of the Environment Effects Statement (EES) for the proposed West Gate Tunnel Project, which aims to relieve...

Victorian Government seeks partners for public housing renewal program

Victorian Government seeks partners for public housing renewal program

Victoria

Monday, 29 May 2017

THE Victorian Government has called for community housing associations, design firms, construction companies and financiers to take part in a Registration of Capability (ROC) process...

Bay West preferred for Victoria's second container port

Bay West preferred for Victoria's second container port

Victoria

Monday, 29 May 2017

INFRASTRUCTURE Victoria has identified Bay West as the preferred location for a new container port once the Port of Melbourne reaches capacity of 8 million...

EOI closes for first package of Victorian Government's Streamlining Hoddle Street project

EOI closes for first package of Victorian Government's Streamlining Hoddle Street project

Victoria

Sunday, 21 May 2017

EXPRESSIONS of Interest for the first package of the Victorian Government's Streamlining Hoddle Street project closed last week, with the successful contractor expected to be...

Contracts signed for the removal of 12 level crossings throughout Melbourne

Contracts signed for the removal of 12 level crossings throughout Melbourne

Victoria

Sunday, 7 May 2017

VICTORIAN Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan last week announced that contracts with a combined value of more than $1 billion have been signed for the...

$300m Mordialloc Bypass funded as part of Victorian Budget 2017-18

$300m Mordialloc Bypass funded as part of Victorian Budget 2017-18

Victoria

Sunday, 7 May 2017

THE Victorian Budget 2017/18 includes $300 million to build the 9-kilometre Mordialloc Bypass between Springvale Road in Aspendale Gardens and the Dingley Bypass, with the...

City of Melbourne's draft 2017-18 Annual Plan and Budget released

City of Melbourne's draft 2017-18 Annual Plan and Budget released

Victoria

Sunday, 7 May 2017

RECORD investment in infrastructure and services underpins the City of Melbourne's draft 2017-18 Annual Plan and Budget, led by a $29 million investment in the...

Funding for Brisbane's $5.4bn Cross River Rail announced in 2017-18 Queensland Budget

Funding for Brisbane's $5.4bn Cross River Rail announced in 2017-18 Queensland Budget

Queensland

Monday, 19 June 2017

THE Queensland Government last week announced it will deliver one of Queensland's biggest ever infrastructure projects, Cross River Rail, with $2.8 billion allocated over the...

Third Queensland stage of Inland Rail Project declared a coordinated project

Third Queensland stage of Inland Rail Project declared a coordinated project

Queensland

Monday, 19 June 2017

THE third Queensland stage of the $10.9 billion Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail project has been declared a coordinated project by the state's independent Coordinator-General...

Queensland Government unveils $1.6bn Housing Strategy

Queensland Government unveils $1.6bn Housing Strategy

Queensland

Monday, 19 June 2017

THE Queensland Government last week said its new 10-year housing strategy will allow the state to take the lead in the delivery of social and...

Cross River Rail and Brisbane Metro form cornerstone of new Connecting Brisbane strategy

Cross River Rail and Brisbane Metro form cornerstone of new Connecting Brisbane strategy

Queensland

Monday, 12 June 2017

A ROADMAP for the future of Brisbane's public transport is set out in a new State Government-Brisbane City Council strategy, Connecting Brisbane, which was released...

City of Gold Coast agrees to move to next phase of planning for cruise ship terminal

City of Gold Coast agrees to move to next phase of planning for cruise ship terminal

Queensland

Monday, 5 June 2017

A GOLD Coast home-port cruise ship terminal could employ up to 3,600 people and inject $2.8 billion into the local economy over three decades, a...

Queensland Government launches 'Density and Diversity Done Well' competition

Queensland Government launches 'Density and Diversity Done Well' competition

Queensland

Monday, 29 May 2017

THE Queensland Government last week called on passionate planners to enter a new six-week design challenge aimed at developing exciting, affordable housing solutions for Queenslanders.

Major work officially commences on Bruce Highway Upgrade – Caloundra to Sunshine Motorway

Major work officially commences on Bruce Highway Upgrade – Caloundra to Sunshine Motorway

Queensland

Sunday, 21 May 2017

MAJOR construction has officially commenced on the $929.3 million Bruce Highway Upgrade – Caloundra Road to Sunshine Motorway, which aims to increase safety and ease...

Stronger protection for heritage buildings after Queensland Parliament passes new laws

Stronger protection for heritage buildings after Queensland Parliament passes new laws

Queensland

Monday, 15 May 2017

THE Queensland Government last week said it has ensured that heritage buildings in the state will be better protected as a result of tighter laws...

Watpac appointed managing contractor to build $250m North Queensland Stadium

Watpac appointed managing contractor to build $250m North Queensland Stadium

Queensland

Sunday, 7 May 2017

AUSTRALIAN Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Queensland State Development Minister Anthony Lynham and Townsville Mayor Jenny Hill last week announced Watpac has been appointed managing contractor...

METRONET team to design Belmont Station precinct in Perth

METRONET team to design Belmont Station precinct in Perth

Western Australia

Monday, 26 June 2017

BELMONT Station will form the heart of METRONET's first transport oriented development - a new high-density suburb with multi-storey apartments, businesses and vibrant community spaces...

Property Council releases 'Big and Small Ideas for Perth' report

Property Council releases 'Big and Small Ideas for Perth' report

Western Australia

Monday, 19 June 2017

THE Property Council of Australia last week released its 'Big and Small Ideas for Perth' report, which is described as a call to action to...

WA Government to establish specialist team to drive METRONET vision

WA Government to establish specialist team to drive METRONET vision

Western Australia

Monday, 29 May 2017

A MULTI-AGENCY team will be established to drive the WA Government's METRONET vision to transform Perth's transport network, with experts in transport planning, land development...

$2.3bn road and rail infrastructure package announced for WA

$2.3bn road and rail infrastructure package announced for WA

Western Australia

Monday, 15 May 2017

THE Australian and West Australian governments have reached agreement on a substantial $2.3 billion road and rail infrastructure package for the state, which was included...

Contract for third and final stage of NorthLink WA awarded to CPB Contractors

Contract for third and final stage of NorthLink WA awarded to CPB Contractors

Western Australia

Monday, 6 February 2017

WEST Australian Transport Minister Bill Marmion last week awarded the third and final contract for the $1.12 billion NorthLink WA project to CPB Contractors, who...

WA Government endorses strategy for urban precincts around Belmont and Forrestfield train stations

WA Government endorses strategy for urban precincts around Belmont and Forrestfield train stations

Western Australia

Sunday, 29 January 2017

THE West Australian Government last week endorsed a strategy that supports the development of vibrant urban precincts around the new Belmont and Forrestfield train station...

Approval given to rezoning of 11-hectare Wilkins Road site in Kalamunda

Approval given to rezoning of 11-hectare Wilkins Road site in Kalamunda

Western Australia

Sunday, 29 January 2017

WEST Australian Planning Minister Donna Faragher last week announced the State Government's support for rezoning almost 11 hectares of land in Kalamunda from Parks and...

WA Government announces opening of $26m Edgewater Station car park

WA Government announces opening of $26m Edgewater Station car park

Western Australia

Monday, 23 January 2017

THE West Australian Government last week announced the opening of the new multi-storey car park at Edgewater Station, which has been delivered for under $26...

Forrestfield Station artist impressions released by WA Government

Forrestfield Station artist impressions released by WA Government

Western Australia

Monday, 16 January 2017

THE West Australian Government has released artist impressions of the future Forrestfield Station, which forms part of the $1.86 billion Forrestfield-Airport Link project and is...

Adelaide City Council endorses its 2017-18 Integrated Business Plan

Adelaide City Council endorses its 2017-18 Integrated Business Plan

South Australia

Monday, 19 June 2017

THE City of Adelaide has endorsed its 2017-18 Integrated Business Plan, which the council said funds major improvements to key transport links, streetscapes and Park...

SA Government releases updated 30-Year Plan and enhanced design rules

SA Government releases updated 30-Year Plan and enhanced design rules

South Australia

Monday, 5 June 2017

THE South Australian Government last week announced that the update to The 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide has been completed, which includes a number of...

South Australian Planning Commission team gazetted

South Australian Planning Commission team gazetted

South Australia

Monday, 5 June 2017

THE South Australian Government last week announced that six experts in urban design, construction, economics and public policy will guide the redevelopment of the state's...

Adelaide City Council backs rates exemption to encourage city population growth

Adelaide City Council backs rates exemption to encourage city population growth

South Australia

Monday, 5 June 2017

LOOKING to stimulate population growth and improve housing affordability in the City of Adelaide, the council last week agreed to introduce a major new incentive...

City of Adelaide releases its draft 2017-18 Integrated Business Plan

City of Adelaide releases its draft 2017-18 Integrated Business Plan

South Australia

Sunday, 7 May 2017

THE City of Adelaide has released its draft 2017-18 Integrated Business Plan for community feedback, including major infrastructure investments to ensure it remains one of...

Construction begins on Adelaide's tallest residential apartment building

Construction begins on Adelaide's tallest residential apartment building

South Australia

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

CONSTRUCTION has commenced on Adelaide's tallest residential apartment project, with ground officially broken at the $100 million, 30-storey 'Kodo' development at 29 Angas Street, which...

Adelaide Lord Mayor calls for national population strategy

Adelaide Lord Mayor calls for national population strategy

South Australia

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

ADELAIDE Lord Mayor Martin Haese has called for a National Population Strategy to address the inequity of population growth in Australia, as well as an...

31 EOIs received for construction of SA Government-owned gas power plant

31 EOIs received for construction of SA Government-owned gas power plant

South Australia

Monday, 17 April 2017

FOLLOWING a two week expression of interest process, the South Australian Government last week announced that it has received 31 submissions from groups interested in...

City of Adelaide begins tender process for smart parking technology

City of Adelaide begins tender process for smart parking technology

South Australia

Monday, 17 April 2017

THE City of Adelaide is calling for tenders from experienced parking sensor technology providers to supply and implement smart parking technology in the city, which...

Launceston City Deal set to deliver transformation of Launceston

Launceston City Deal set to deliver transformation of Launceston

Tasmania

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

THE Commonwealth and Tasmanian governments and the City of Launceston last week signed the Launceston City Deal, which is a five-year plan from 2017 to...

Tasmanian Government calls for feedback on draft planning bill

Tasmanian Government calls for feedback on draft planning bill

Tasmania

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

TASMANIAN Planning and Local Government Minister Peter Gutwein has called for feedback on a draft bill that will amend the Land Use Planning and Approvals...

Tasmania's new State Planning Provisions finalised

Tasmania's new State Planning Provisions finalised

Tasmania

Monday, 27 February 2017

TASMANIAN Planning and Local Government Minister Peter Gutwein last week said Tasmania will become the first state to implement a single, statewide planning scheme after...

Infrastructure Australia approves business case for Hobart STEM relocation

Infrastructure Australia approves business case for Hobart STEM relocation

Tasmania

Tuesday, 21 February 2017

INFRASTRUCTURE Australia, the nation's independent infrastructure advisor, has approved the business case for the relocation of the University of Tasmania's Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics...

New vision for Hobart's Macquarie Point unveiled by Tasmanian Government

New vision for Hobart's Macquarie Point unveiled by Tasmanian Government

Tasmania

Sunday, 18 December 2016

TASMANIAN Premier Will Hodgman and the Minister for State Growth Matthew Groom last week announced a 'reset' of the vision for Macquarie Point in response...

Concept plans revealed for Devonport Living City Waterfront

Concept plans revealed for Devonport Living City Waterfront

Tasmania

Sunday, 11 December 2016

THE waterfront precinct concept plans for the Living City project in Devonport were unveiled for public feedback last week, showcasing the next stage of the...

State Planning Provisions report under consideration by Tasmanian Government

State Planning Provisions report under consideration by Tasmanian Government

Tasmania

Sunday, 11 December 2016

TASMANIAN Planning and Local Government Minister Peter Gutwein last week said he has received the Tasmanian Planning Commission's report on the draft State Planning Provisions...

Tasmania's Building Bill 2016 passed by State Parliament

Tasmania's Building Bill 2016 passed by State Parliament

Tasmania

Tuesday, 23 August 2016

TASMANIAN Building and Construction Minister Guy Barnett last week announced that the Building Bill 2016 has been passed by State Parliament, which forms part of...

Tasmanian Government announces independent review of Climate Change Act

Tasmanian Government announces independent review of Climate Change Act

Tasmania

Tuesday, 28 June 2016

THE Tasmanian Government last week said it has commissioned an independent review of the Climate Change (State Action) Act 2008 and released a discussion paper...

Stop names announced for first stage of Canberra's light rail network

Stop names announced for first stage of Canberra's light rail network

ACT

Tuesday, 2 May 2017

ACT Transport Canberra and City Services Minister Meegan Fitzharris last week said stage one of Canberra's light rail project has reached a landmark with the...

Ararat wind farm powers ACT towards 100 per cent renewable electricity target

Ararat wind farm powers ACT towards 100 per cent renewable electricity target

ACT

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

SEVENTY-FIVE turbines at the Ararat wind farm in Victoria are now feeding renewable electricity into the national grid as part of the ACT's 100 per...

Doma Group selected as preferred tenderer for the Canberra Brickworks development

Doma Group selected as preferred tenderer for the Canberra Brickworks development

ACT

Monday, 17 April 2017

THE preferred tenderer for the Canberra Brickworks has proposed an exciting long-term solution for this unique heritage precinct which will open up the site to...

Development application lodged for Red Hill Public Housing Precinct Redevelopment in Canberra

Development application lodged for Red Hill Public Housing Precinct Redevelopment in Canberra

ACT

Sunday, 2 April 2017

AN estate development plan for the former Red Hill public housing precinct, produced in consultation with the local community, has been lodged as a development...

New agencies to deliver a renewed CBD and increased land supply in ACT

New agencies to deliver a renewed CBD and increased land supply in ACT

ACT

Sunday, 2 April 2017

THE ACT Government introduced legislation last week to establish the City Renewal Authority and the Suburban Land Agency, which will help to deliver a renewed...

ACT Government unveils new Ministerial team following election

ACT Government unveils new Ministerial team following election

ACT

Sunday, 6 November 2016

FOLLOWING the finalisation of a Parliamentary Agreement between ACT Labor and the ACT Greens, the ACT Government last week unveiled a 'refreshed' Ministerial team, with...

City to Woden announced as next stage of a city wide light rail network in Canberra

City to Woden announced as next stage of a city wide light rail network in Canberra

ACT

Tuesday, 6 September 2016

WODEN to the City via the Parliamentary Triangle has been selected as the preferred route for the next stage of a Canberra's city wide light...

Change to solar access requirements will improve housing outcomes: ACT Planning Minister

Change to solar access requirements will improve housing outcomes: ACT Planning Minister

ACT

Saturday, 6 August 2016

ACT Planning Minister Mick Gentleman has announced changes to the Territory Plan, which aim to simplify solar access rules, improve housing affordability and reduce delays...

Capital Property Group selected as preferred proponent for $300m office development in Civic

Capital Property Group selected as preferred proponent for $300m office development in Civic

ACT

Monday, 1 August 2016

THE ACT Government has announced that Capital Property Group (CPG) has been selected as the preferred proponent to deliver a $300 million office development at...

Commonwealth and NT governments enter into agreement to create Darwin City Deal

Commonwealth and NT governments enter into agreement to create Darwin City Deal

Northern Territory

Monday, 29 May 2017

THE Commonwealth and Northern Territory governments have signed a Memorandum of Understanding as a step towards a future City Deal for Darwin that will aim...

$100m announced for transformation of the Darwin CBD

$100m announced for transformation of the Darwin CBD

Northern Territory

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

NORTHERN Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner this week unveiled a $100 million plan to rejuvenate the Darwin CBD and transform the city centre into a...

NT Planning Minister announces dual occupancy review

NT Planning Minister announces dual occupancy review

Northern Territory

Monday, 10 October 2016

NT Planning Minister Nicole Manison last week announced a review of planning policy surrounding dual occupancy which currently automatically allows for two homes to be...

NT Government amends Planning Act to strengthen strategic planning

NT Government amends Planning Act to strengthen strategic planning

Northern Territory

Sunday, 3 July 2016

THE Northern Territory Government has amended the Planning Act to strengthen strategic planning in the Territory and limit the opportunities for spot rezoning.

NT Government releases 'HousingActionNT' housing blueprint

NT Government releases 'HousingActionNT' housing blueprint

Northern Territory

Sunday, 5 June 2016

THE Northern Territory Government last week released its blueprint for delivering hundreds of new homes and thousands of housing upgrades in remote, urban and regional...

Darwin Mid Suburbs Draft Area Plan released for comment

Darwin Mid Suburbs Draft Area Plan released for comment

Northern Territory

Monday, 29 February 2016

THE Northern Territory Planning Commission last week announced the public exhibition of the Darwin Mid Suburbs Draft Area Plan, which provides a framework to guide...

NT Planning Commission releases draft Litchfield Sub Regional Land Use Plan

NT Planning Commission releases draft Litchfield Sub Regional Land Use Plan

Northern Territory

Monday, 22 February 2016

THE Northern Territory Planning Commission last week released the draft Litchfield Sub Regional Land Use Plan, which aims to manage growth in Litchfield through a...

NT Planning Commission recommends Darwin Inner Suburbs Area Plan to Minister

NT Planning Commission recommends Darwin Inner Suburbs Area Plan to Minister

Northern Territory

Monday, 8 February 2016

FOLLOWING months of community, government and industry consultation, the Northern Territory Planning Commission has recommended the Darwin Inner Suburbs Area Plan to the Minister for...

Draft Alice Springs Regional Land Use Plan released for public consultation

Draft Alice Springs Regional Land Use Plan released for public consultation

Northern Territory

Monday, 23 November 2015

THE Northern Territory Planning Commission last week released the draft Alice Springs Regional Land Use Plan, which aims to establish a long term vision and...

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