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Are complaints against architects falling on deaf ears?

Are complaints against architects falling on deaf ears?

Victoria's regulator has averaged two investigations a year in the past decade.

  • by Clay Lucas

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'Barren and bleak building site': Is North Sydney at risk of overdevelopment?
Public transport

'Barren and bleak building site': Is North Sydney at risk of overdevelopment?

A group of north shore residents opposed to the construction of a tower over a new metro station have earned a sharp rebuke from North Sydney mayor Jilly Gibson.

  • by Andrew Taylor
So much for Canberra's tree-hugging Greens
Opinion
Opinion

So much for Canberra's tree-hugging Greens

If the Greens keep Andrew Barr in power we will continue to see the loss of tree canopies in the ACT.

  • by Letters to the editor
2000 apartments on the cards for West Basin
Canberra

2000 apartments on the cards for West Basin

Revised plans for the West Basin precinct will include 2000 or more apartments, but more public space than before.

  • by Sally Pryor
New south-east Queensland environment alliance calls for planning overhaul
Development

New south-east Queensland environment alliance calls for planning overhaul

An alliance of community and environmental groups says the 'community voice' in development applications is being lost within Queensland's complex and unwieldy planning system.

  • by Tony Moore
Menzies' name used dishonestly in absurd link to Palmer party
Opinion
Opinion

Menzies' name used dishonestly in absurd link to Palmer party

There is absolutely no connection between the old UAP and Clive Palmer, writes Robert Menzies' daughter.

  • by Letters to the editor
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'Extreme lengths to avoid detection': Illegal rooming house operators becoming more sophisticated
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Victoria residential property

'Extreme lengths to avoid detection': Illegal rooming house operators becoming more sophisticated

The Melbourne council has revealed the difficulties their officers are facing in attempting to tackle overcrowded apartments.

  • by Simone Fox Koob and Melissa Cunningham
State reveals ambitious new concept for Subiaco oval and PMH sites
Planning

State reveals ambitious new concept for Subiaco oval and PMH sites

Subi East redevelopment to deliver significant density, accommodating at least 2000 new dwellings.

  • by Emma Young & Daile Cross
Development 'solutions' do little to inspire faith in government
Opinion
Opinion

Development 'solutions' do little to inspire faith in government

Will Stage 1 light rail require an overhead storey of extra tracks within a decade?

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'They have more lawyers, money and firepower': The development that residents are powerless to stop
Local council

'They have more lawyers, money and firepower': The development that residents are powerless to stop

Should Sydney Harbour retain 24-hour port operations in an area surrounded by high-density residential developments?

  • by Andrew Taylor
NSW to fight court decision over Barangaroo views
Crown Resorts

NSW to fight court decision over Barangaroo views

The NSW Supreme Court found the Barangaroo Delivery Authority breached is contracts with Crown and Lendlease over protecting their harbour views.

  • by Megan Gorrey