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Plans for $1.4 billion waterfront precinct progress

Plans for $1.4 billion waterfront precinct progress

Dexus is progressing on its $1.4 billion redevelopment plan to unlock the unrealised potential of Brisbane’s waterfront.

  • by Ruth McCosker

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Ville Casino-Resort takes on cutting energy costs
Development

Ville Casino-Resort takes on cutting energy costs

Rich list families aim to prove it’s possible to reduce the energy usage of an ageing Queensland resort by 70 per cent – and make the numbers add up to boot.

  • by Tim Boreham
Walsh Bay Arts Precinct gets green light
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Walsh Bay Arts Precinct gets green light

The redevelopment of Walsh Bay into an arts precinct is to start after grinding to a halt last year.

  • by Linda Morris
Suburban revolt against medium density code spreads across Sydney
Planning

Suburban revolt against medium density code spreads across Sydney

Some councils have been accused of not understanding their own planning rules as the stoush continues over new medium density rules.

  • by Andrew Taylor
After three years, still no master plan for Sydney Olympic Park
Local council

After three years, still no master plan for Sydney Olympic Park

The reason for failure to settle on a master plan for Olympic Park is the difficulty of organising decent transport.

  • by Jacob Saulwick
The parts of Sydney with the most development - and those with the least
Development

The parts of Sydney with the most development - and those with the least

The west and south-west are growing rapidly, but the north shore isn't shouldering its fair share of the city's residential development, say experts.

  • by Andrew Taylor & Nigel Gladstone
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Two offers a week: the pressure to build apartments in Gladesville

Two offers a week: the pressure to build apartments in Gladesville

The manager of a landmark shop has to keep telling customers they are not closing down.

  • by Garry Maddox
We can't just close our eyes to a bigger Sydney
Opinion
Opinion

We can't just close our eyes to a bigger Sydney

The decision to suspend new planning initiatives in two Sydney council areas shows that NSW is clearly is in election mode. But it ignores the reality Sydney is facing.

  • by Chris Johnson
Talk around Sydney dinner tables is focused on city's growing pains
Opinion
Opinion

Talk around Sydney dinner tables is focused on city's growing pains

We have crowded trains, unaffordable housing and many people are uncomfortable with the rate of change and development happening around them. The government decision to hold off on assessing new housing proposals in one part of the city shows its it hyper-aware of these concerns.

  • by Eamon Waterford
Time to take a breath: government hits brake on Sydney housing hotspot
Development

Time to take a breath: government hits brake on Sydney housing hotspot

State government puts the brakes on new housing proposals in one area, conceding rapid growth in apartments is outpacing infrastructure in parts of the city.

  • by Jacob Saulwick
After 23 reviews, Canberrans are again being asked how to improve the city
Planning and development

After 23 reviews, Canberrans are again being asked how to improve the city

More than 35,000 pieces of feedback have been provided over the last 15 years.

  • by Katie Burgess