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1. 24 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Minister Marlene Kairouz announced an additional $50 million for the Growing Suburbs Fund. [Full text]
2. 24 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION
Master Builders urged the Victorian Government to continue monitoring application of the garden zones requirement to ensure that clarity, information and tailoring of the policy over time. [Full text]
3. 24 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION
Shadow Minister Heidi Victoria said there is still no date for the completed review of the Residential Tenancies Act 1997 Vic and introduction into Victorian Parliament of the proposed reforms for RentFair. [Full text]
4. 24 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION
Minister Jaala Pulford said the Victorian Government will give every tenant the right to own a pet, with landlords only able to refuse in specific circumstances. [Full text]
5. 21 May 18VICTORIA / EVENTS / TRANSPORT / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The RMIT Centre for 'Urban Research called for registrations for Regional fast rail: Prospects, implications and challenges for regional communities' on 29 May in Melbourne. [Full text]
6. 21 May 18VICTORIA / EVENTS / TRANSPORT / INTERNATIONAL
Ministers Jacinta Allan and John Eren welcomed the announcement that Melbourne has been selected to host the UITP Global Public Transport Summit in 2021. [Full text]
7. 21 May 18VICTORIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Municipal Association of Victoria said Victorian councils are calling on political parties to commit to 42 actions ahead of the State election. [Full text]
8. 21 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Tim Pallas announced the State Government will fast-track planning control changes for three parcels of land at Morwell South that have been subject to coal protection overlays since the 1980s. [Full text]
9. 17 May 18VICTORIA / GENERAL
Minister Philip Dalidakis said Melbourne is the third best student city in the world, according to the QS Best Student Cities 2018 ranking. [Full text]
10. 17 May 18VICTORIA / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Master Builder Victoria reminded members to follow relevant legislation in the construction of a building, particular when cladding is used. [Full text]
11. 17 May 18VICTORIA / EDUCATION
The Victorian Government and Victoria University Polytechnic announced a TAFE partnership to train workers to meet the growing needs of the State Government's pipeline of infrastructure projects. [Full text]
12. 17 May 18VICTORIA / DESIGN / HEALTH
Premier Daniel Andrews and Minister Jill Hennessy revealed new artist impressions of the $543 million Victorian Heart Hospital project. [Full text]
13. 17 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
Minister Allan called for EOI for Victoria's retired trams under the Victorian Government's new Retired Trams Strategy. [Full text]
14. 17 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
Deputy PM Michael McCormack and Minister Jacinta Allan announced the star of consultation on the $235 million North East Line upgrade. [Full text]
15. 17 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
Minister Fletcher announced $275m to duplicate and electrify the rail line from Frankston to Baxter on the Mornington Peninsula. [Full text]
16. 17 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
Minister Paul Fletcher announced $475m to build the Monash Rail line. [Full text]
17. 17 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The City of Melbourne said the development will incorporate $70 million worth of community facilities for City North, with the population of this precinct predicted to increase by 22,000 by 2040. [Full text]
18. 17 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shadow Minister David Southwick said that under Labor, there has been up to a $5,000 increase in the cost of building a home due to regulatory issues causing shortages in bringing raw materials to market. [Full text]
19. 17 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Wynne announced planning approvals for the Munro site that sits within Queen Victoria Market precinct. [Full text]
20. 17 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING
Minister Richard Wynne approved Amendment VC143 to the Victoria Planning Provisions and all planning schemes in Victoria. [Full text]
21. 17 May 18VICTORIA / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
The City of Melbourne released key draft budget highlights. [Full text]
22. 14 May 18VICTORIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Victorian Parliament issued a statement on reports, 'Sustainability and operational challenges of Victoria's rural and regional councils.' [Full text]
23. 14 May 18VICTORIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Victorian Local Government Association outlined Federal Budget impacts for local government in Victoria. [Full text]
24. 14 May 18VICTORIA / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Master Builders said during May WorkSafe inspectors will focus on fall hazards in an effort to reduce numbers of workers injured at housing construction sites. [Full text]
25. 14 May 18VICTORIA / EDUCATION
Minister James Merlino said construction on eight new schools announced in the Victorian Budget in Melbourne's outer suburban growth areas will be fast-tracked. [Full text]
26. 14 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
Infrastructure Victoria released a report outlining future scenarios for automated and zero emissions vehicles in Victoria. [Full text]
27. 14 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The Victorian Auditor-General made thirteen recommendations following an audit of the Regional Rail Link Project. [Full text]
28. 14 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Jaala Pulford said the Federal Budget contained no funding for the Geelong City Deal. [Full text]
29. 14 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING
The Victorian Government called for feedback on the draft Cultural River Precinct Structure Plan, a corridor of the Yarra River between Bulleen Park and Banyule. [Full text]
30. 10 May 18VICTORIA / INDUSTRY / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Jaala Pulford announced an EOI process to identify contractors to deliver the Ballarat GovHub. [Full text]
31. 10 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / ACCESSIBILITY
Minister Jacinta Allan said that 10 Melbourne tram stops will be upgraded to become fully accessible. [Full text]
32. 10 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
The City of Melbourne called for feedback on its 'Emerging Technology' transport discussion paper which explores the opportunities and potential issues of a driverless future. [Full text]
33. 10 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
The Victorian Parliament tabled a report, 'Inquiry into Electric Vehicles'. [Full text]
34. 10 May 18VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Opposition Leader Matthew Guy said Liberal Nationals support an East West Link and North East Link for Victoria. [Full text]
35. 10 May 18VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Minister Luke Donnellan said Labor will build a North East Link in Victoria. [Full text]
36. 10 May 18VICTORIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ENERGY
Treasurer Tim Pallas said the Victorian Government has asked the Essential Services Commission to investigate practices of electricity distribution businesses connecting electricity to Victoria's new property developments. [Full text]
37. 7 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / ACCESSIBILITY
The City of Melbourne said five solutions to ensuring cities are accessible for all people have emerged from its Open Innovation Competition. [Full text]
38. 7 May 18VICTORIA / AWARDS / INDUSTRY
UDIA Victoria said applications for its Awards for Excellence Program close 11 May. [Full text]
39. 7 May 18VICTORIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Treasurer Tim Pallas said ABS data shows Victoria's building approvals totalled $41.4 billion for the twelve months to March, nearly a third of the value of the nation's building approvals. [Full text]
40. 7 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING
Premier Daniel Andrews said the Andrews Labor Government will buy the former Victoria University campus in Jacksons Hill for a major redevelopment. [Full text]
41. 7 May 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING
Master Builders Victoria welcomed the Victorian Government's $13.7 billion infrastructure commitment but said housing affordability, planning delays and skills shortages are a concern. [Full text]
42. 7 May 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Community Housing Industry Association said the Budget lacks investment needed to provide safe, secure and affordable housing for those on low incomes. [Full text]
43. 7 May 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Council to Homeless Persons said there were some welcome initiatives in the Budget but no additional commitments to new social housing. [Full text]
44. 7 May 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Council to Homeless Persons said that Melbourne's stock of affordable one and two bedroom rentals has fallen to crisis levels. [Full text]
45. 7 May 18VICTORIA / HOMELESSNESS
Staff from the University of Melbourne used Melbourne city centre's 1990s revitalisation as a case study to highlight links between urban development and displacement of homeless people. [Full text]
46. 3 May 18VICTORIA / INDUSTRY
UDIA Victoria provided a State Budget industry wrap up. [Full text]
47. 3 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
The Bicycle Network said that funding is below the UN recommendation that 20 per cent of transport budgets are allocated to active travel. [Full text]
48. 3 May 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
Minister Luke Donnellan said the Budget includes $22.7 million to connect missing links in Victoria's walking and cycling network. [Full text]
49. 3 May 18VICTORIA / RURAL AND REGIONAL / HEALTH
Minister Jill Hennessy said the Budget includes $461.6 million to rebuild and redevelop Ballarat Base Hospital. [Full text]
50. 3 May 18VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Jaala Pulford said this year's Budget includes $760 million to deliver on the key priorities of Victoria's nine Regional Partnerships. [Full text]