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1. 19 July 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Melbourne Airport called for feedback on the '2018 Preliminary Draft Master Plan for Melbourne Airport'. [Full text]
2. 19 July 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Victorian Opposition Leader Matthew Guy announced a commitment of $225 million for the electrification and duplication of the rail line from Frankston. [Full text]
3. 19 July 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Jacinta Allan announcec that a consortium comprising John Holland, CPB Contractors and AECOM has been selected to deliver the $1 billion Rail Infrastructure Alliance works package for the Melbourne Metro Tunnel Project. [Full text]
4. 19 July 18VICTORIA / HOMELESSNESS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Foley announced the recipients of the Victorian Government's Social Housing Investment Planning grants. [Full text]
5. 19 July 18VICTORIA / HOMELESSNESS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Martin Foley said the Victorian Government is investing more than $3.5 million in 24/7 accommodation and crisis support for homeless young people. [Full text]
6. 19 July 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / INDUSTRY
Premier Daniel Andrews said eligible apprentice tradies can apply for a 50 per cent discount on their vehicle's registration fee and Transport Accident Charge. [Full text]
7. 19 July 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / RURAL AND REGIONAL
PM Malcolm Turnbull and Opposition Leader Matthew Guy announced a commitment of $225 million for the electrification and duplication of the rail line from Frankston. [Full text]
8. 19 July 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
Minister Jacinta Allan said a consortium comprising John Holland, CPB Contractors and AECOM has been selected to deliver the $1 billion Rail Infrastructure Alliance works package. [Full text]
9. 19 July 18VICTORIA / HOMELESSNESS
Minister Martin Foley said the Victorian Government is investing more than $3.5 million in 24/7 accommodation and crisis support for homeless young people. [Full text]
10. 16 July 18VICTORIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Property Council said confidence in the Victorian property industry has cooled, with a drop of six index points in the September quarter, according to the ANZ/Property Council Survey. [Full text]
11. 16 July 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Richard Wynne announced amendments to local planning schemes for sites Boronia, Broadmeadows, Parkville and Wodonga, to deliver new social housing dwellings under the Inclusionary Housing Pilot. [Full text]
12. 12 July 18VICTORIA / ECONOMICS
Minister James Merlino said the newly expanded Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre will contribute an additional $167 million the Victorian economy. [Full text]
13. 12 July 18VICTORIA / PLANNING
Aaron Magro from the University of Melbourne said studying Melbourne's planning history may provide inspiration to deal with rapid growth. [Full text]
14. 12 July 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Jaala Pulford announced State Government funding of $500,000 for the Rupanyup Community Retail Hub. [Full text]
15. 12 July 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Richard Wynne said a planning scheme amendment in Bendigo that would have seen farmland compulsorily acquired for the development of Marong Business Park has been rejected. [Full text]
16. 12 July 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT
Opposition Leader Matthew Guy said a Liberal Nationals Government will extend the metropolitan rail network from Cranbourne to Clyde rail. [Full text]
17. 12 July 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Paul Fletcher said Infrastructure Australia's assessment shows the benefit-cost ratio of the project is a 4.6. [Full text]
18. 12 July 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE
Infrastructure Australia said the second stage of Melbourne's Monash Freeway Upgrade has been added to the Infrastructure Priority List as a High Priority Project. [Full text]
19. 12 July 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE
Infrastructure Victoria opened consultation for the 30-year infrastructure strategy. [Full text]
20. 9 July 18VICTORIA / EVENTS
The Institute of Architects announced the winners of the Victorian Architecture Awards. [Full text]
21. 9 July 18VICTORIA / EVENTS
RMIT called for registrations for 'Pathways and barriers to the implementation of mobility pricing in Vancouver: Lessons from the experience of the Independent Mobility Pricing Commission', to be held on 20 July in Melbourne. [Full text]
22. 9 July 18VICTORIA / EVENTS
The UDIA invited registrations for a forum, 'Facilitating Affordable Housing'. [Full text]
23. 9 July 18VICTORIA / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Master Builders Victoria said alarm over non-compliant building products may lead to severe restrictions on professional indemnity insurance. [Full text]
24. 9 July 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Jaala Pulford said the Victorian Government has provided $50,000 for Swan Hill Rural City Council to develop a Robinvale Housing Strategy project. [Full text]
25. 9 July 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Foley announced a $10 million upgrade to the Delacombe public housing estate in Ballarat. [Full text]
26. 9 July 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister Martin Foley announced a $10 million upgrade to the Virginia Hill public housing estate in Bendigo. [Full text]
27. 9 July 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
CEDA released the Victorian results of its Community pulse poll. [Full text]
28. 5 July 18VICTORIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The Municipal Association of Victoria detailed 42 priority commitments it is seeking from political parties in the lead-up to the Victorian election. [Full text]
29. 5 July 18VICTORIA / ENERGY / SUSTAINABILITY
Darebin City Council said it is participating in Sustainable Melbourne Fund's Environmental Upgrade Agreements to improve building energy efficiencies and sustainability. [Full text]
30. 5 July 18VICTORIA / ENERGY / SUSTAINABILITY
The One Million Homes Alliance called on parties contesting November's Victorian election to commit to targets to raise energy efficiency of Victorian homes. [Full text]
31. 5 July 18VICTORIA / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
Master Builders lodged a submission as part of a review on regulatory interaction with the construction sector in Victoria. [Full text]
32. 5 July 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / REGULATION
The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry released a report of recommendations aimed at improving integrated transport and land use planning. [Full text]
33. 5 July 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / REGULATION
Minister Jacinta Allan said reforms to the Commercial Passenger Vehicle industry in Victoria came into effect on 1 July. [Full text]
34. 5 July 18VICTORIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / PLANNING
Minister Robin Scott said 60 participants have signed contracts under the Victorian Government's HomesVic pilot scheme. [Full text]
35. 5 July 18VICTORIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / PLANNING
The Property Council welcomed the announcement but said housing supply must also be increased across Melbourne. [Full text]
36. 5 July 18VICTORIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / PLANNING
Opposition Leader Matthew Guy announced a policy to fast-track the release of up to 290,000 additional residential housing lots in the growth corridors of Melbourne. [Full text]
37. 5 July 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Greens released an affordable housing plan for Victoria. [Full text]
38. 5 July 18VICTORIA / HOMELESSNESS
Launch Housing said rough sleeping represents a small percentage of those experiencing homelessness. [Full text]
39. 5 July 18VICTORIA / HOMELESSNESS
Launch Housing released 'City of Port Phillip Street Count'. [Full text]
40. 5 July 18VICTORIA / HOMELESSNESS
The Council to Homeless Persons said it reserved judgement about the 15 per cent decrease. [Full text]
41. 5 July 18VICTORIA / HOMELESSNESS
Minister Martin Foley said the data shows a 15 per cent decrease in the number of rough sleepers in the City of Melbourne over the past two years. [Full text]
42. 5 July 18VICTORIA / HOMELESSNESS
The City of Melbourne released findings from StreetCount, a snapshot of rough sleepers in Melbourne. [Full text]
43. 2 July 18VICTORIA / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Tim Pallas said ABS data shows that Victoria's engineering construction activity increased 48 per cent in the past year, and 19 per cent across the March quarter. [Full text]
44. 2 July 18VICTORIA / ENERGY / REGULATION
Minister Lily D'Ambrosio said the Victorian Government has given expanded powers to the Essential Services Commission to better protect customers in apartments and communal properties, from 1 July. [Full text]
45. 2 July 18VICTORIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Marlene Kairouz announced $4.9 million for social housing in Dandenong and Newport, to be built in partnership with Housing Choices Australia. [Full text]
46. 2 July 18VICTORIA / PLANNING
The HIA said the Victorian Opposition's announcement that it will re-introduce residential planning controls that restrict low density, low impact redevelopment would be a backwards step for housing in Victoria. [Full text]
47. 2 July 18VICTORIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Opposition Leader Mattew Guy announced a policy to create a 'Melbourne Super Highway' by building an East West Link and a North East Link. [Full text]
48. 28 June 18VICTORIA / PLANNING
Prosper Australia made a submission to the inquiry into the proposed long-term lease of land titles and registry functions of Land Use Victoria. [Full text]
49. 28 June 18VICTORIA / PLANNING
SGS issued a study showing that increasing walking connectivity by 10 per cent would increase the value of Melbourne's Hoddle Grid economy by $2.1 billion per year. [Full text]
50. 28 June 18VICTORIA / PLANNING
Victoria Walks released 'Getting Victorians back on their feet: Investing in walking'. [Full text]