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1. 19 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
The UDIA WA countered claims by the City of Fremantle that a 100 per cent urban infill target would save the government $30 billion in infrastructure costs. [Full text]
2. 19 April 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / FINANCE
EOI can be register on the fund website. [Full text]
3. 19 April 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / FINANCE
Premier Daniel Andrews announced that local projects will be chosen by residents under a new community building fund, 'Pick My Project'. [Full text]
4. 19 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Proposed changes to the NSW Affordable Rental Housing SEPP to increase car parking requirements will make boarding houses unviable, said the Urban Taskforce. [Full text]
5. 19 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Minister Anthony Roberts announced $10 million in funding for Arncliffe and Banksia as part of the the draft Plan for the Bayside West Precincts. [Full text]
6. 19 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Campbelltown City Council invited feedback on a draft Community Facilities Strategy. [Full text]
7. 19 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The draft strategy, 'Re-Imagining Campbelltown', is online. [Full text]
8. 19 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Campbelltown City Council has unveiled its plan to create 'Australia's Greenest City'. [Full text]
9. 19 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The DPE has approved the development of a new master planned community in Wilton. [Full text]
10. 16 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
The 'Westport: What you have told us' consultation report is online. [Full text]
11. 16 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
Minister Rita Saffioti discussed feedback received during the first round of consultation on the development of the Westport: Ports and Environs Strategy. [Full text]
12. 16 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
The City of Fremantle called for the hidden costs of fringe urban development to be made explicit in its submission to the House Standing Committee on Infrastructure, Transport and Cities inquiry into the development of cities. [Full text]
13. 16 April 18QUEENSLAND / PLANNING
Brisbane City Council launched an online game, 'Plan your Brisbane' for users to comment on Brisbane's future. [Full text]
14. 16 April 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Pulford announced more than $5.3 million for the Gippsland Logistics Precinct Stage 2 Infrastructure works. [Full text]
15. 16 April 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Jaala Pulford announced that planning approval for Ballarat's $100 million GovHub building has been granted. [Full text]
16. 16 April 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / PLANNING
The changed draft master plan is online. [Full text]
17. 16 April 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / PLANNING
The Curtin Group Centre Master Plan is a step closer following the release of changes to the draft master plan for community comment, said Minister Gentleman. [Full text]
18. 16 April 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / PLANNING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
Information and documents for the project are online. [Full text]
19. 16 April 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / PLANNING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
Minister Mick Gentleman invited EOI to deliver best practice and innovative planning and design projects across the ACT as part of the Demonstration Housing project. [Full text]
20. 16 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Urban Taskforce said the NSW Government's announcement that they will plant 5 million trees in Sydney by 2030 is good news but road and electricity agencies must give support. [Full text]
21. 16 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Randwick City Council said it will seek to fast-track amendments to its planning controls to align with the new NSW Government housing code for terraces and dual occupancies. [Full text]
22. 16 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Property Council said housing codes can ensure good, high quality development can be provided more quickly, increase housing supply and bring down home prices. [Full text]
23. 16 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The introduction of the Greenfield Housing Code by the NSW Government should boost the supply of detached houses for Sydney, said the Urban Taskforce. [Full text]
24. 16 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Opposition Leader Luke Foley announced that Labor has withdrawn bipartisan support for the Powerhouse Museum in Parramatta and will create a multi-purpose performance and exhibition space on the site. [Full text]
25. 16 April 18PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
PIA said affordable housing supply is a critical issue for governments but so is ensuring Australians have good access to meaningful employment, good social services and facilities, and quality environments. [Full text]
26. 16 April 18PLANNING
Australia's long-term housing needs are impaired by poor reporting on the supply of new residential land, according to the HIA. [Full text]
27. 12 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
The UDIA WA said it supports the state government's decision to suspend work on a 'Green Growth Plan' for Perth and Peel as it could impact housing affordability and future development in the region. [Full text]
28. 12 April 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / PLANNING / ECONOMICS / TRANSPORT
Chief Minister Andrew Barr gave a State of the Territory address to the Canberra Business Chamber. [Full text]
29. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / RURAL AND REGIONAL / PLANNING
The plan and supporting documents are online. [Full text]
30. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / RURAL AND REGIONAL / PLANNING
Minister Anthony Roberts said the revitalisation of Gosford City Centre is articulated in the first of a series of Government Architect recommendations released for public exhibition. [Full text]
31. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Staff from UNSW discussed a need for more boarding houses in Sydney in The City Futures Blog. [Full text]
32. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Property Council said the NSW Government should develop a NSW Affordable Housing Policy. [Full text]
33. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / ECONOMICS
PIA has urged the NSW Government to continue its strong investment into strategic planning and reform of the state planning system in the upcoming State Budget. [Full text]
34. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / ECONOMICS
Core Logic discussed key trends that will define the Sydney housing landscape in 2018. [Full text]
35. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Urban Taskforce said Sydney is fast moving from being a suburban low rise city to now adding an urban high rise layer, in a video. [Full text]
36. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
PIA said the funds should focus on open space acquisition and embellishment costs that are beyond the scope of local and state contributions plans and which deliver the plan for Greater Sydney. [Full text]
37. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Urban Taskforce said it is important that the package acknowledges more urban approaches to greening that include green walls, green roofs and the role of street trees in precincts of higher density. [Full text]
38. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Premier Berejiklian and Ministers Anthony Roberts and Gabrielle Upton said the NSW Government will more than double the tree canopy in Sydney from 16.8 per cent at present to 40 per cent by 2030. [Full text]
39. 12 April 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced the NSW Government has committed $100 million to secure open green space and $20 million for playgrounds as part of its new $290 million Open Spaces and Greener Sydney package. [Full text]
40. 12 April 18PLANNING / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Regional Universities Network made a submission to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Infrastructure, Transport and Cities on the role of Government in developing cities. [Full text]
41. 12 April 18PLANNING / ICT
Staff from UNSW said sensors in public spaces can help create cities that are both smart and sociable. [Full text]
42. 12 April 18PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / INTERNATIONAL
Techniques from the US UK, SA and NSW that can ensure affordable housing is in the mix were discussed by staff from the University of Sydney. [Full text]
43. 12 April 18PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The HIA said Australia needs to build in more than 230,000 homes every year if the current housing affordability challenge is to be addressed. [Full text]
44. 12 April 18PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The HIA released a report, 'Housing Australia's Future'. [Full text]
45. 12 April 18PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Urban Taskforce said that AHURI's affordable housing policies will force apartment costs up. [Full text]
46. 12 April 18PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Chris Bowen said Federal Labor has long advocated for inclusionary zoning, which has been effective in increasing affordable housing overseas. [Full text]
47. 12 April 18PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
AHURI and the University of Sydney said that requiring developers to include affordable housing when land is rezoned and incentives for projects offering lower rents or sale prices are two ideas in the report. [Full text]
48. 12 April 18PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
AHURI released a report, 'Supporting affordable housing supply: inclusionary planning in new and renewing communities'. [Full text]
49. 9 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The REIWA said that access to secure and appropriate housing is essential to the success of communities and the prosperity of WA. [Full text]
50. 9 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Peter Tinley said the WA Government aims to deliver affordable homes as part of its METRONET vision and is currently developing its Affordable Housing Action Plan for release in mid-2018. [Full text]