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Meredith Clisby

Meredith Clisby is the Canberra Domain editor.

Lyneham oval redevelopment plans pulled for further consultation

Meredith Clisby The development application for a new sports facility on Lyneham Oval has been pulled with further consultation on the proposal to take place.

Canberra house prices record a slight increase in September quarter

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Meredith Clisby Canberra's median house price increased in the September quarter but was still among the lowest rate of growth in the country.

Plans lodged for Campbell Section 5 development

Meredith Clisby The redevelopment of a large block of land in Campbell to a mixed use precinct is beginning.

New sports facilities for private college set for Lyneham oval

Meredith Clisby The ACT government will build a sports stadium for a private college on the Lyneham Neighbourhood Oval.

Mr Fluffy home owners chose to move on

Moving on: Mr Fluffy homeowner Forrest Koch with his three children (from left) Martin 4, Peggy 16 months, and Hanna 5.  Mr Koch bought a new home on Saturday at auction.

Meredith Clisby The ACT Real Estate Institute is warning of a possible artificial price boom as Mr Fluffy owners seek new homes following the ACT government's decision of a buy-back and demolition scheme.

Kambah houses made from bonded asbestos could have a solution soon

Asbestos homes: ACT Chief Minister Katy Gallagher says there should be a decision soon.

Meredith Clisby The chief minister has hinted that there may be help at hand for the homeowners.

Mr Fluffy sites should not be forcibly acquired from owners, housing association says

Meredith Clisby Mr Fluffy home owners need choices and support to replace their contaminated properties, the ACT Asbestos Response Taskforce has been advised.

Government will not allow Mr Fluffy profiteering, says Chief Minister

An advertisement for Mr Fluffy asbestos products.

Kirsten Lawson and Meredith Clisby Chief Minister Katy Gallagher has warned people buying Mr Fluffy homes that they will not be allowed to profiteer in a government buyback scheme by buying houses below market value and expecting the...

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Derelict shops to go but High Court challenge still on

Fences have gone up around the site of the suburb's former bustling local centre, which began a slow decline years before the remaining supermarket closed in 2004.

Meredith Clisby The derelict Giralang shops are set to be demolished despite a High Court challenge looming over the construction of a new supermarket at the site.

Public housing could be planned for Mr Fluffy sites

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Kimberley Granger and Meredith Clisby Houses identified as containing Mr Fluffy loose-fill asbestos could be demolished and the sites made safe for public housing.

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First home owner grants lowest in 10 years under new policy

Committed to sell, but not yet ready: Queensland government's IT services bureau CITEC.

Ben Westcott and Meredith Clisby First home owner grants in the ACT have fallen to their lowest number in 10 years, as some Canberrans drop plans to buy homes due to the ACT government increasing the grant but restricting it to new...

Strong house auctions results herald big spring

This home in Curtin was auctioned on Saturday morning.

Meredith Clisby Spring has sprung for Canberra's property market with strong auction results reported on Saturday.

Mugga Way mansion hits the market as Red Hill makes rich list

149 Mugga Way, Red Hill has been listed on the market.

Meredith Clisby Data shows that Canberra has seven suburbs with a median value of $1 million.

Penrhyn House revamp could bring 900 public servants to Woden

Meredith Clisby and Phillip Thomson Empty Penrhyn House in Woden has been revamped by Melbourne based Quintessential Equity in order to attract new tenants when public servants are being shunted out of the town centre.

Kambah residents live in fear in their asbestos homes

Meredith Clisby Residents call on the government for help after discovering they live in homes made completely of asbestos.

Lyons takes share of lean and hungry market

The property at 15 Cornelian Close, Lyons, was auctioned by L J Hooker's Stephen Thompson.

Meredith Clisby Auction Watch: Canberra's market was a little slower than usual on Saturday, with fewer than half the properties up for auction selling under the hammer.

ACT government sells Flemington Road land for almost $16 million

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Meredith Clisby The ACT government has sold four blocks of land in the Flemington Road precinct at auction for almost $16 million.

Public housing properties on the slide in the ACT

ACT Shelter executive officer Leigh Watson said an increase in public housing was a key concern for the organisation because there was not enough affordable accommodation for thousands of families in the ACT.

Meredith Clisby The proportion of public housing in the ACT has fallen as the territory has grown and the number has fallen to its lowest ever, newly issued data reveals.

Aged public housing targeted in renewal plan

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Meredith Clisby ACT Housing data shows the spread of public housing in the territory as the government embarks on a renewal program.

Auction Watch: Curtin home sells for record $1.925m

The luxury home at 28 James Street, Curtin, broke the sales record in the suburb.

Meredith Clisby An architecturally designed and award winning home in Curtin broke the suburb record on Saturday when it sold under the hammer.