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Sydney Modern Project approved as critics appeased

Sydney Modern Project approved as critics appeased

The green light has been given to the Art Gallery of NSW's Sydney Modern Project.

  • by Linda Morris

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The saga of a protected Manuka tree, a developer and a planned hotel
Planning and development

The saga of a protected Manuka tree, a developer and a planned hotel

The chief planner has given the green light to remove a tree in the middle of Manuka in a move residents say pits the big end of town against the community.

  • by Daniel Burdon
'Demolition by neglect:' Future of Callan Park unclear
Development

'Demolition by neglect:' Future of Callan Park unclear

Callan Park, that rambling antidote to the concrete geometry of much of Sydney’s inner city, is crumbling in parts and will soon need a new tenant.

  • by Jacob Saulwick
NSW government accused of conducting 'alarming experiment' on Sydney
Local council

NSW government accused of conducting 'alarming experiment' on Sydney

Sydney's north shore could have a population denser than parts of Manhattan under plans released by the state government.

  • by Andrew Taylor
After 10 years WAPC to review mum-and-dad landowners' rezoning proposal
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Planning

After 10 years WAPC to review mum-and-dad landowners' rezoning proposal

Landowner Paul Gullan complained that lobbying power had seen their proposal languish while big developers surged ahead.

  • by Hamish Hastie
To dump or not to dump: Labor leadership change triggers housing debate

To dump or not to dump: Labor leadership change triggers housing debate

Labor leader Michael Daley says he will have “a big announcement on our plans to help ease the squeeze in Sydney in coming weeks”.

  • by Jacob Saulwick
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'A disgrace': Future of weed-strewn bowling club provokes concern
Development

'A disgrace': Future of weed-strewn bowling club provokes concern

"Glamour banker" Jon Adgemis has an eye for a good deal but can he save the scandal-plagued Paddington Bowling Club site?

  • by Andrew Taylor
Why there's a tree in the middle of the road in Innaloo

Why there's a tree in the middle of the road in Innaloo

At first glance, the tree looks like a classic planning fail — or at least a case of workers not following instructions.

  • by Cameron Myles
Planning minister eases rules on nursing homes in last-minute change
Victorian election

Planning minister eases rules on nursing homes in last-minute change

Changes to planning rules for aged care facilities have given developers the right to build up to five levels in even Melbourne's most protected suburbs.

  • by Clay Lucas
Fresh appeal over controversial Dunsborough Puma station heard in WA Supreme Court

Fresh appeal over controversial Dunsborough Puma station heard in WA Supreme Court

The three-year stoush over a Puma station in Dunsborough’s town centre appeared to have been settled last year, but the matter is again before the courts.

  • by Cameron Myles
New bridge and retail precinct mooted for Bowen Hills
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Development

New bridge and retail precinct mooted for Bowen Hills

People are being urged to have their say on the future of Bowen Hills.

  • by Felicity Caldwell