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New developer steps in after plans for Tuggeranong complex collapsed

New developer steps in after plans for Tuggeranong complex collapsed

Two months ago buyers' contracts were ripped up because the project couldn't be delivered. Now, the developer has a new partner and is spruiking a new development.

  • by Dan Jervis-Bardy

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Three buildings emerge as City of Perth stays mum on fire danger
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Opinion

Three buildings emerge as City of Perth stays mum on fire danger

If you live or work in a building that is at a greater fire risk than your neighbour, wouldn’t you want to know?

  • by Oliver Peterson
Nine minutes to flee: Parramatta's 'catastrophic' flash-flooding warning
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Nine minutes to flee: Parramatta's 'catastrophic' flash-flooding warning

Sydney's planned second CBD of Parramatta has the potential for catastrophic flash flooding - with little warning for residents.

  • by Megan Gorrey and Katharine Haynes
Smoke alarm order with no sign of fix to Melbourne's cladding crisis
Construction

Smoke alarm order with no sign of fix to Melbourne's cladding crisis

Owners of buildings covered in highly flammable materials are being ordered to move smoke alarms closer to danger zones as a stop-gap measure to prevent deadly fires breaking out.

  • by Clay Lucas and Cameron Houston
Sydney housing estate to get contamination test after three-year delay
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Sydney housing estate to get contamination test after three-year delay

Since 2015, Ford has suspected chemicals could have spread from a former waste dump at its old factory to the sprawling housing estate.

  • by Megan Gorrey
'Gobbledygook and doublespeak': How 'Gladys' gang' is failing Sydney on planning
Opinion
Opinion

'Gobbledygook and doublespeak': How 'Gladys' gang' is failing Sydney on planning

Want to tell the world about a new apartment development? If you are the NSW government you'll talk about parks.

  • by Jacob Saulwick
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Homes in new suburbs in four years, longer wait for schools, hospitals

Homes in new suburbs in four years, longer wait for schools, hospitals

First residents could be moving into new outer suburbs within about four years but it could take much longer for the suburbs to have schools and hospitals.

  • by Benjamin Preiss
'That is not how you plan a growing city': Labor moves to combat developers
Property development

'That is not how you plan a growing city': Labor moves to combat developers

NSW Labor has vowed to shut a "backdoor" in the planning system, but developers warn this will send planning "backwards".

  • by Esther Han
South-east Queensland economy could be '$58 billion bigger' under new deal
Planning

South-east Queensland economy could be '$58 billion bigger' under new deal

South-east Queensland's economy could be "$58 billion bigger" if money was invested in productivity improvements at its four international airports and the Port of Brisbane, a City Deal research paper shows.

  • by Tony Moore
Plans for higher-density development at Showground station hub knocked back
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Plans for higher-density development at Showground station hub knocked back

An independent panel has rejected a controversial bid to rezone parts of the Showground station precinct in Sydney's north-west.

  • by Megan Gorrey
'Appalling': Contamination probe delay at a sprawling Sydney housing estate
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Waste

'Appalling': Contamination probe delay at a sprawling Sydney housing estate

The environment watchdog has ordered the developer of a Sydney housing estate to probe a potential leak of chemicals from an old landfill site.

  • by Megan Gorrey