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Work on Narrabundah mosque could start next year

Work on Narrabundah mosque could start next year

A site in Narrabundah has been offered to the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association with a development application to be submitted in coming months.

  • by Andrew Brown

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After 23 years, Celia is being told to pack up the ponies of Holder
Canberra

After 23 years, Celia is being told to pack up the ponies of Holder

The ACT government says: "There is no development planned on this block''.

  • by Megan Doherty
Moving pipeline, cables caused majority of Gundaroo Drive delay
Planning and development

Moving pipeline, cables caused majority of Gundaroo Drive delay

The vast majority of a 434 day delay was caused by the need to relocate a gas pipeline and fibre optic cables.

  • by Daniel Burdon
Access denied: Peter and Pam's new apartment wasn't what they expected
ACT government

Access denied: Peter and Pam's new apartment wasn't what they expected

The Canberra couple bought an apartment off the plan at Greenway - but they were soon to be disappointed.

  • by Han Nguyen
Community land moved from Gungahlin's centre, apartments to rise
Property development

Community land moved from Gungahlin's centre, apartments to rise

Apartments would rise up to 14 storeys in the Gungahlin town centre's urban zone and up to 10 storeys on the light rail route.

  • by Daniel Burdon
ACT building site inspections for erosion double after audit report
Construction

ACT building site inspections for erosion double after audit report

The ACT government more than doubled the number of inspections for erosion control it conducts on Canberra's building sites.

  • by Daniel Burdon
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Canberra Now: drones set for northern suburbs; another tower for Woden
Property development

Canberra Now: drones set for northern suburbs; another tower for Woden

The news to get you through the last day before the weekend.

  • by Sally Whyte
ACT minister calls in electricity supply project
Canberra

ACT minister calls in electricity supply project

Mick Gentleman will use his ministerial call-in powers to approve the project needed to secure the ACT's electricity supply.

  • by Daniel Burdon
Another apartment tower planned for Woden, and there are more to come
Canberra

Another apartment tower planned for Woden, and there are more to come

A development application has been lodged for 16-storey tower to replace the old Yamba Sports Club in Woden.

  • by Han Nguyen
ACT fails to act on most building reforms, two years after pledge
Planning and development

ACT fails to act on most building reforms, two years after pledge

The ACT government is yet to act on the vast majority of recommendations for building regulatory reform.

  • by Daniel Burdon
Arboretum hotel site to hit market next year
ACT government

Arboretum hotel site to hit market next year

A site earmarked for a hotel at the National Arboretum will hit the market in 2019, with Andrew Barr signalling he will try and attract international bidders.

  • by Katie Burgess