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

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

Queensland

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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

Moreton Bay Rail project on track for completion next year

Moreton Bay Rail project on track for completion next year

Queensland

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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

Queensland Government approves Beaudesert bypass

Queensland Government approves Beaudesert bypass

Queensland

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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

Mount Emerald Wind Farm receives approval from the Queensland Government

Mount Emerald Wind Farm receives approval from the Queensland Government

Queensland

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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

Victorian Government to allocate $1.5bn for Melbourne Metro Rail Project

Victorian Government to allocate $1.5bn for Melbourne Metro Rail Project

Victoria

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

THE Victorian Government this week announced that it will allocate $1.5 billion to cover all anticipated planning, design and significant early works ahead of major...

Consultation begins for proposed Bendigo Metro Rail project

Consultation begins for proposed Bendigo Metro Rail project

Victoria

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

VICTORIAN Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan last week announced the start of community consultation for the proposed Bendigo Metro Rail project, which will deliver a...

Jetstar to remain at Avalon Airport after new deal with Victorian Government

Jetstar to remain at Avalon Airport after new deal with Victorian Government

Victoria

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

THE Victorian Government this week said it has guaranteed the future of Avalon Airport after signing an agreement with Jetstar that secures operations for the...

Three companies invited to tender for Barangaroo Ferry Hub

Three companies invited to tender for Barangaroo Ferry Hub

New South Wales

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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

Preferred delivery partner selected for Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Hwy upgrade

Preferred delivery partner selected for Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Hwy upgrade

New South Wales

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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

Citywide focus is key to growing greater outer suburbs: NGAA

Citywide focus is key to growing greater outer suburbs: NGAA

Australia

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

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

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

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

Australia

Tuesday, 7 April 2015

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

Dwelling approvals fall by 3.2 per cent in February

Dwelling approvals fall by 3.2 per cent in February

Australia

Tuesday, 7 April 2015

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

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

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

Australia

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

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

New UDIA report 'exposes Sydney's land crisis'

New UDIA report 'exposes Sydney's land crisis'

Australia

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

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

Community experts release national plan to improve housing affordability

Community experts release national plan to improve housing affordability

Australia

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

PEAK community and housing groups today called on the Australian Government to work with them in developing a national housing strategy to address the worsening...

Inaugural CEO appointed to Infrastructure Australia

Inaugural CEO appointed to Infrastructure Australia

Australia

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

THE Infrastructure Australia Board last week announced the appointment of Philip Davies as its inaugural Chief Executive Officer.

First round of tenders open for Inland Rail project

First round of tenders open for Inland Rail project

Australia

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

THE Australian Government last week said the proposed Brisbane-to-Melbourne Inland Rail project has reached a major milestone, with the first round of open tenders being...

Dwelling approvals up by 7.9 per cent in January

Dwelling approvals up by 7.9 per cent in January

Australia

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

AFTER recording a revised fall of 2.8 per cent in December 2014, the number of new dwellings approved in January 2015 increased 7.9 per cent...

Three companies invited to tender for Barangaroo Ferry Hub

Three companies invited to tender for Barangaroo Ferry Hub

New South Wales

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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

Preferred delivery partner selected for Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Hwy upgrade

Preferred delivery partner selected for Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Hwy upgrade

New South Wales

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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

Approval granted for 41-storey Riverside Tower on Parramatta's foreshore

Approval granted for 41-storey Riverside Tower on Parramatta's foreshore

New South Wales

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

A NEW world-class residential and commercial development will be built on the south bank of Parramatta River following approval from the Sydney West Joint Regional...

Industry groups call for clarification of minimum apartment sizes in NSW

Industry groups call for clarification of minimum apartment sizes in NSW

New South Wales

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

PROPERTY industry groups have called for urgent clarification of minimum apartment sizes, after recent a ruling from the NSW Land and Environment Court that effectively...

Potential new Parkwood community passes NSW planning checkpoint

Potential new Parkwood community passes NSW planning checkpoint

New South Wales

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

A PROPOSAL to create a new community across the ACT-NSW border has passed the first checkpoint of the NSW planning system.

Australia's largest solar energy plant completed in Western NSW

Australia's largest solar energy plant completed in Western NSW

New South Wales

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

NSW Minister for Industry, Resources and Energy Anthony Roberts and Minister for the Environment Mark Speakman last week visited Nyngan in Western NSW for the...

Early work begins for Sydney Rapid Transit project

Early work begins for Sydney Rapid Transit project

New South Wales

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

THE re-elected NSW Coalition Government last week said it is wasting no time delivering on its election commitments, with early work starting on the proposed...

City of Sydney unveils new street furniture as part of $3m project

City of Sydney unveils new street furniture as part of $3m project

New South Wales

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

THE City of Sydney last week announced that a suite of sleek new street furniture is to be rolled out across Sydney as part of...

Parramatta Council to work with re-elected NSW Government on light rail and urban renewal projects

Parramatta Council to work with re-elected NSW Government on light rail and urban renewal projects

New South Wales

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

PARRAMATTA City Council last week said it will work closely with the re-elected NSW Coalition Government to help deliver a raft of new initiatives including...

Victorian Government to allocate $1.5bn for Melbourne Metro Rail Project

Victorian Government to allocate $1.5bn for Melbourne Metro Rail Project

Victoria

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

THE Victorian Government this week announced that it will allocate $1.5 billion to cover all anticipated planning, design and significant early works ahead of major...

Consultation begins for proposed Bendigo Metro Rail project

Consultation begins for proposed Bendigo Metro Rail project

Victoria

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

VICTORIAN Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan last week announced the start of community consultation for the proposed Bendigo Metro Rail project, which will deliver a...

Jetstar to remain at Avalon Airport after new deal with Victorian Government

Jetstar to remain at Avalon Airport after new deal with Victorian Government

Victoria

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

THE Victorian Government this week said it has guaranteed the future of Avalon Airport after signing an agreement with Jetstar that secures operations for the...

Preferred CBD alignment announced for Melbourne Metro project

Preferred CBD alignment announced for Melbourne Metro project

Victoria

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

VICTORIAN Premier Daniel Andrews last week joined Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan to announce the preferred alignment and depth of two rail tunnels that will...

Victorian Planning Minister unveils new plan for Fishermans Bend

Victorian Planning Minister unveils new plan for Fishermans Bend

Victoria

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

THE Victorian Government last week unveiled a new plan for Melbourne's Fishermans Bend urban renewal area, which will double in size and be home to...

Victorian Government pays $339m to cancel East West Link project

Victorian Government pays $339m to cancel East West Link project

Victoria

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

VICTORIAN Premier Daniel Andrews and Treasurer Tim Pallas last week announced that the State Labor Government and the consortium selected by the former Coalition Government...

Chair announced for Victoria's Major Transport Infrastructure Board

Chair announced for Victoria's Major Transport Infrastructure Board

Victoria

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

THE Victorian Government last week announced that its 'unprecedented transport infrastructure program' will be overseen by an expert board to ensure all projects are delivered...

epc.Pacific selected as development partner for Hampton Station Precinct Redevelopment

epc.Pacific selected as development partner for Hampton Station Precinct Redevelopment

Victoria

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

THE Victorian Government last week said the transformation of the Hampton Station Precinct is one step closer following the appointment of epc.Pacific as the project's...

Architect and project manager appointed for Simonds Stadium redevelopment

Architect and project manager appointed for Simonds Stadium redevelopment

Victoria

Tuesday, 7 April 2015

THE Victorian Government last week said it is getting on with the job of transforming Geelong's Simonds Stadium into a world-class arena, with the appointment...

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

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

Queensland

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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

Moreton Bay Rail project on track for completion next year

Moreton Bay Rail project on track for completion next year

Queensland

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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

Queensland Government approves Beaudesert bypass

Queensland Government approves Beaudesert bypass

Queensland

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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

Mount Emerald Wind Farm receives approval from the Queensland Government

Mount Emerald Wind Farm receives approval from the Queensland Government

Queensland

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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

Developer appointed to transform Yeerongpilly Green site in Brisbane

Developer appointed to transform Yeerongpilly Green site in Brisbane

Queensland

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

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

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

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

Queensland

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

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

Construction begins at Carrara Commonwealth Games venue

Construction begins at Carrara Commonwealth Games venue

Queensland

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

QUEENSLAND Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Commonwealth Games Minister Kate Jones last week joined Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate to mark the start of the first...

Tenders called for early works package as part of $642m Cooroy to Curra—Section C

Tenders called for early works package as part of $642m Cooroy to Curra—Section C

Queensland

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

THE Australian and Queensland governments last week announced that tenders are being sought for an early works package as part of the $624 million Cooroy...

Funding agreement paves the way for Coomera Interchange upgrade

Funding agreement paves the way for Coomera Interchange upgrade

Queensland

Tuesday, 7 April 2015

JOINT funding from the Australian and Queensland governments has been secured for the upgrade of the Coomera Interchange (Exit 54) on the Pacific Motorway, which...

Changes to increase the flexibility of WA's Development Assessment Panels to commence in May

Changes to increase the flexibility of WA's Development Assessment Panels to commence in May

Western Australia

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

THE West Australian Government last week announced that regulations to make Development Assessment Panels (DAPs) more flexible will come into effect on May 1.

$4.9bn Cockburn Coast development to be home to 12,000 people

$4.9bn Cockburn Coast development to be home to 12,000 people

Western Australia

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

THE West Australian Government has launched the first precinct of one of the most significant redevelopment projects along the Western Australian coast, which will see...

Enabling legislation for Forrestfield-Airport Link introduced to WA Parliament

Enabling legislation for Forrestfield-Airport Link introduced to WA Parliament

Western Australia

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

THE West Australian Government last week announced that the $2 billion Forrestfield-Airport Link is a step closer, following the introduction of enabling legislation to State...

Extra $14.9m funding announced for additional widening of Kwinana Freeway

Extra $14.9m funding announced for additional widening of Kwinana Freeway

Western Australia

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

THE Australian and Western Australian governments last week said they are building more world-class infrastructure to cater for future growth by committing a further $14.9...

City of Perth calls for public input to help develop Integrated Transport Strategy

City of Perth calls for public input to help develop Integrated Transport Strategy

Western Australia

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

THE City of Perth last week called for ideas from the public to assist in the development of an Integrated Transport Strategy, which will outline...

Finbar Group acquires former Port Hedland hospital site

Finbar Group acquires former Port Hedland hospital site

Western Australia

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

THE West Australian Government last week said the regeneration of the second largest town in the state's Pilbara region continues, following the acquisition of the...

Hotel and entertainment precinct to be built next to Perth Arena

Hotel and entertainment precinct to be built next to Perth Arena

Western Australia

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

A PREMIER hotel and entertainment precinct will be built next to Perth Arena, with global hotelier Minor International PCL selected to develop two lots within...

Leighton Contractors wins $160m contract for Mitchell Freeway extension

Leighton Contractors wins $160m contract for Mitchell Freeway extension

Western Australia

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

WEST Australian Transport Minister Dean Nalder last week announced that Leighton Contractors Pty Ltd has been awarded the $160 million design and construct contract for...

First restaurants, cafes and bars selected for Perth's Elizabeth Quay precinct

First restaurants, cafes and bars selected for Perth's Elizabeth Quay precinct

Western Australia

Tuesday, 7 April 2015

WEST Australian Planning Minister John Day last week announced that Voyage Kitchen, V Burger Bar and the operator of The Stables Bar had been selected...

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

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

South Australia

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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

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

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

South Australia

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

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

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

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

South Australia

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

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

SA Government commits $180m to Festival Plaza redevelopment

SA Government commits $180m to Festival Plaza redevelopment

South Australia

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

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

SA Government calls for feedback on Late Night Code of Practice

SA Government calls for feedback on Late Night Code of Practice

South Australia

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

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

Plans unveiled for $100 million Eclipse tower in Adelaide

Plans unveiled for $100 million Eclipse tower in Adelaide

South Australia

Monday, 16 February 2015

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

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...

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

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

Tasmania

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

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

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

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

Tasmania

Tuesday, 17 March 2015

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

CEO of Infrastructure Tasmania appointed

CEO of Infrastructure Tasmania appointed

Tasmania

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

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

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

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

Tasmania

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

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

Draft Greater Launceston Metropolitan Passenger Transport Plan released

Draft Greater Launceston Metropolitan Passenger Transport Plan released

Tasmania

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

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

Two more tourism projects in Tasmania proceed to second stage of assessment process

Two more tourism projects in Tasmania proceed to second stage of assessment process

Tasmania

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

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

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...

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

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

ACT

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

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

Two consortia shortlisted for Capital Metro stage one

Two consortia shortlisted for Capital Metro stage one

ACT

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

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

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

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

ACT

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

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

ACT Government calls for feedback on the future planning intent for Canberra

ACT Government calls for feedback on the future planning intent for Canberra

ACT

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

ACT Planning Minister Mick Gentleman last week called for community feedback on the big planning issues facing Canberra through his Ministerial Statement of Planning Intent...

LDA releases revised master plan for Canberra Brickworks precinct

LDA releases revised master plan for Canberra Brickworks precinct

ACT

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

THE historic Canberra Brickworks and its surrounds will be transformed into a showcase urban renewal project over the next decade, according to a revised strategy...

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...

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

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

Queensland

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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

Moreton Bay Rail project on track for completion next year

Moreton Bay Rail project on track for completion next year

Queensland

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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

Queensland Government approves Beaudesert bypass

Queensland Government approves Beaudesert bypass

Queensland

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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

Mount Emerald Wind Farm receives approval from the Queensland Government

Mount Emerald Wind Farm receives approval from the Queensland Government

Queensland

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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

Victorian Government to allocate $1.5bn for Melbourne Metro Rail Project

Victorian Government to allocate $1.5bn for Melbourne Metro Rail Project

Victoria

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

THE Victorian Government this week announced that it will allocate $1.5 billion to cover all anticipated planning, design and significant early works ahead of major...

Consultation begins for proposed Bendigo Metro Rail project

Consultation begins for proposed Bendigo Metro Rail project

Victoria

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

VICTORIAN Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan last week announced the start of community consultation for the proposed Bendigo Metro Rail project, which will deliver a...

Jetstar to remain at Avalon Airport after new deal with Victorian Government

Jetstar to remain at Avalon Airport after new deal with Victorian Government

Victoria

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

THE Victorian Government this week said it has guaranteed the future of Avalon Airport after signing an agreement with Jetstar that secures operations for the...

Three companies invited to tender for Barangaroo Ferry Hub

Three companies invited to tender for Barangaroo Ferry Hub

New South Wales

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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

Preferred delivery partner selected for Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Hwy upgrade

Preferred delivery partner selected for Woolgoolga to Ballina Pacific Hwy upgrade

New South Wales

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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

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