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1. 18 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
An update on the Fire Safety and External Wall Cladding Taskforce has been issued by NSW Finance, Services and Innovation. [Full text]
2. 18 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Minister Matt Kean announced that new laws to enhance fire safety in high-rise buildings come into force in NSW today. [Full text]
3. 14 December 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT / INDUSTRY
Minister Rita Saffioti invited feedback from construction companies on their ability to design, procure and deliver major transport infrastructure projects. [Full text]
4. 11 December 17VICTORIA / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Master Builders issued a response to the interim report from the Victorian Cladding Taskforce. [Full text]
5. 7 December 17VICTORIA / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
The HIA said the Victorian Government should not pre-empt the overall findings of the audit to be conducted. [Full text]
6. 7 December 17VICTORIA / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
The Institute of Architects welcomed the Victorian Cladding Taskforce interim report and called for urgent action in response to its findings. [Full text]
7. 7 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
NSW Planning and Environment released a package of reforms to the regulation of combustible cladding. [Full text]
8. 7 December 17INDUSTRY
Darren Cooper has been announced as the new National President of the UDIA, replacing Michael Corcoran. [Full text]
9. 7 December 17INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
A summary of the HIA's Housing Scorecard report is online. [Full text]
10. 7 December 17INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The HIA released its Housing Scorecard report and said NSW has ranked as the top-performing state for residential building for three consecutive years. [Full text]
11. 4 December 17VICTORIA / INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The total value of Victorian building approvals has increased by 67 per cent this year, according to Treasurer Tim Pallas. [Full text]
12. 4 December 17VICTORIA / REGULATION / INDUSTRY
Minister Wynne announced a state-wide audit of residential buildings likely to have combustible cladding. [Full text]
13. 4 December 17VICTORIA / REGULATION / INDUSTRY
The Victorian Cladding Taskforce Chair's interim report has been released. [Full text]
14. 4 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / DESIGN
The NSW Chapter of the Institute of Architects issued the Architects Male Champions of Change progress report. [Full text]
15. 4 December 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Minister Victor Dominello released a discussion paper as part of a review of 'off-the-plan' contracts for residential property. [Full text]
16. 30 November 17VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / INDUSTRY
Treasurer Tim Pallas said that despite being home to more than 25 per cent of the nation's population, Victoria continues to receive just 10 per cent of federal infrastructure funding. [Full text]
17. 30 November 17VICTORIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / INDUSTRY
Premier Daniel Andrews announced legislation to mandate the use of local contractors for public projects valued at more than $20 million in Victoria. [Full text]
18. 30 November 17AWARDS / INDUSTRY
Master Builders announced the winners of its National Excellence in Building and Construction Awards. [Full text]
19. 30 November 17INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten addressed an Asbestos Safety and Eradication Summit. [Full text]
20. 30 November 17INDUSTRY / REGULATION
A transcript is online from a recent hearing for the non-conforming building products inquiry. [Full text]
21. 30 November 17INDUSTRY / REGULATION
The interim report is online. [Full text]
22. 30 November 17INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Shadow Minister Brendan O'Connor welcomed the 26 recommendations in the Senate Committee interim report into non-conforming building products. [Full text]
23. 30 November 17INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
Falling auction clearance rates in Sydney and Melbourne are not much lower than previous years, according to CoreLogic. [Full text]
24. 30 November 17INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The HIA said there is no evidence to support claims that there is an oversupply in the housing sector, and that it has upgraded forecasts for new home building activity. [Full text]
25. 27 November 17INDUSTRY / REGULATION
A Senate committee issued an interim report on 'Protecting Australians from the threat of asbestos'. [Full text]
26. 27 November 17INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The Chairman and the Managing Director of AV Jennings addressed the company's AGM. [Full text]
27. 27 November 17INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
Non-residential construction companies are forecasting a recovery in major project work through to mid-2019, according to the Ai Group and the Constructors Association. [Full text]
28. 23 November 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AWARDS / INDUSTRY / DESIGN
Other nominated projects for the BOOMTOWN! award are online. [Full text]
29. 23 November 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AWARDS / INDUSTRY / DESIGN
John Holland welcomed the announcement. [Full text]
30. 23 November 17NEW SOUTH WALES / AWARDS / INDUSTRY / DESIGN
The Western Sydney Leadership Dialogue announced that Western Sydney University's Parramatta CBD Campus has been awarded the 'BOOMTOWN!' Project of the Year. [Full text]
31. 23 November 17NEW SOUTH WALES / REGULATION / INDUSTRY
The Steel Institute said that the NSW Government's draft Building Products (Safety) Bill neglects to include major provisions that ensure more responsible building supply in line with nationally-agreed first principles. [Full text]
32. 23 November 17NEW SOUTH WALES / REGULATION / INDUSTRY
The NSW Ombudsman tabled a report on the oversight of the Public Interest Disclosures Act. [Full text]
33. 23 November 17NEW SOUTH WALES / REGULATION / INDUSTRY
Minister Matt Kean announced legislation relating to training, licencing, transparency and accountability in the NSW real estate industry. [Full text]
34. 23 November 17INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The ABS released construction work figures for the September quarter. [Full text]
35. 20 November 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Minister Matt Kean said the legislation would allow the Commissioner of Fair Trading to stop building products being used where they are unsafe. [Full text]
36. 20 November 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
The Building Products (Safety) Bill has been introduced to the NSW Parliament. [Full text]
37. 16 November 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / INDUSTRY
Minister Victor Dominello announced that construction has started on a $2 billion office development in Parramatta to accommodate over 4,000 public service roles. [Full text]
38. 16 November 17WATER / INDUSTRY
The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources said that efforts to reduce urban water use under the Water Efficiency Labelling and Standards scheme are being stepped up with a fresh focus on the building and property development industry. [Full text]
39. 16 November 17INFRASTRUCTURE / INDUSTRY
The Ai Group said the total value of major project work is forecast to rise by a solid 7.1 per cent in 2017-18, followed by a further lift of 6.8 per cent in 2018-19. [Full text]
40. 9 November 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / AWARDS / INDUSTRY
The UDIA announced the winners of the SA Awards for Excellence. [Full text]
41. 9 November 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / INDUSTRY
The tallest building in the $8 billion Green Square Town Centre was 'topped out' by Minister Roberts with Landcom, Mirvac and FJMT. [Full text]
42. 9 November 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / INDUSTRY
Minister Anthony Roberts released the Landcom document, 'Our Strategic Directions'. [Full text]
43. 6 November 17VICTORIA / INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Tim Pallas said Victoria experienced the largest growth in September among all mainland states for non-residential building approvals. [Full text]
44. 6 November 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY
John Brogden has been appointed as Interim CEO of Landcom. [Full text]
45. 6 November 17NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE / INDUSTRY
Minister Fletcher discussed the development of the Western Sydney Airport and surrounding region, in an address to the Property Council. [Full text]
46. 6 November 17NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE / INDUSTRY
Ministers Mathias Cormann and Paul Fletcher welcomed the announcement. [Full text]
47. 6 November 17NEW SOUTH WALES / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE / INDUSTRY
WSA announced its procurement strategy for the construction of the $5.3 billion Western Sydney Airport. [Full text]
48. 2 November 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / FINANCE / INDUSTRY
The WA Government called for expressions of interest to develop an affordable land and housing project for 300 homes near Bunbury. [Full text]
49. 2 November 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / INDUSTRY
Deputy Chief Minister Nicole Manison said the tender will ensure ongoing work for Darwin tradies and businesses and keep public houses safe and functional. [Full text]
50. 2 November 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / INDUSTRY
The NT Department of Housing and Community Development announced a new model for the maintenance and refurbishment of public housing in Darwin. [Full text]