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'Developers don’t seem to care': Cronulla Sharks development splits the Shire

'Developers don’t seem to care': Cronulla Sharks development splits the Shire

The massive redevelopment around Shark Park continues to concern critics despite the assurances of the developer and NSW government.

  • by Andrew Taylor

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Developer behind bid for Melbourne's tallest tower yet to seek planning approval

Developer behind bid for Melbourne's tallest tower yet to seek planning approval

Developer behind proposed tallest tower for Melbourne yet to make planning application

  • by Clay Lucas & Chloe Booker
ACT government stops short of pledge to maintain public housing levels
Canberra

ACT government stops short of pledge to maintain public housing levels

The ACT government has stopped short of pledging to maintain the current levels of public housing stock at 7.12 per cent of all housing in the territory.

  • by Daniel Burdon
'Where is all the money?' Puzzle over $3m in home buyers' deposits

'Where is all the money?' Puzzle over $3m in home buyers' deposits

Liquidator dealing with a property developer on Melbourne's south-east fringe wonders what became of the money put down by almost 100 would-be home owners.

  • by Clay Lucas
Geocon unveils plans for new 520-unit development in the city centre

Geocon unveils plans for new 520-unit development in the city centre

The $160 million project will be built in two stages on the former Bega Flats public housing site opposite Glebe Park and the Canberra Centre.

  • by Steven Trask
Tenders open for more Defence Housing in Coombs
Defence

Tenders open for more Defence Housing in Coombs

Another 83 homes will be built in two stages on a block bound by Ingold Street, Castan Street and Fred Daly Avenue.

  • by Han Nguyen
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Sydney mayor: Boarding house rules 'fly in the face of good planning'
Planning

Sydney mayor: Boarding house rules 'fly in the face of good planning'

The Northern Beaches council has "little power" to stop a boarding house that may rob Elizabeth Trotter and her neighbours of their privacy.

  • by Andrew Taylor
Housing stress in Sydney hits a new high

Housing stress in Sydney hits a new high

The transition from renting to home ownership is becoming less common.

  • by Matt Wade
They got 'away with murder': 3000-unit plan in Sydney's east under fire
Planning

They got 'away with murder': 3000-unit plan in Sydney's east under fire

Meriton's proposal to build more than 3000 apartments on a former industrial site in Pagewood has raised concerns about overdevelopment.

  • by Andrew Taylor
Contaminated dirt to be dug up ahead of Fitzroy gasworks development
City life

Contaminated dirt to be dug up ahead of Fitzroy gasworks development

Tests of the site found that there was coal tar, ammonia, cyanide and benzene in the soil and groundwater.

  • by Tom Cowie
Development plans for the fire-damaged Broadway Hotel scrapped
Brisbane

Development plans for the fire-damaged Broadway Hotel scrapped

A developer has withdrawn its plans for a controversial $260 million 27-storey residential tower at the fire-damaged Broadway Hotel site in Woolloongabba.

  • by Ruth McCosker