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1. 19 July 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / INDUSTRY
The WA Department of Communities called for expressions of interest from developers and consortiums to provide development management services for a new housing in Ferndale. [Full text]
2. 19 July 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / DESIGN
The SA Government called for feedback on 'The Planning and Design Code: How will it work?'. [Full text]
3. 19 July 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / DESIGN
The SA Planning Commission said it is the most significant modernisation of the planning system in SA in more than 20 years. [Full text]
4. 19 July 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / DESIGN
The SA Government called for feedback on 16 draft State Planning Policies. [Full text]
5. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Urban Taskforce said the proposed development of Tallawong Station Precinct by Landcom and Sydney Metro demonstrates how a new diverse community can be planned. [Full text]
6. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
NSW Planning and Environment said a $9 million State Significant Development proposal for a golf course on 35 hectares near Culburra Beach will be determined by the Independent Planning Commission. [Full text]
7. 19 July 18TRANSPORT / PLANNING / INTERNATIONAL
Productivity Commission and CSIRO data on progress toward the National Partnership Agreement on Land Transport Infrastructure Projects is online. [Full text]
8. 19 July 18TRANSPORT / PLANNING / INTERNATIONAL
Swinbourne University of Technology published an article about how digital innovations in urban transport are shaping the future of smart mobility. [Full text]
9. 19 July 18TRANSPORT / PLANNING / INTERNATIONAL
The Bicycle Network examined takeaways from a recent seminar on the ways planning in the Netherlands is used to cater for cyclists, and how it can be used in Australia. [Full text]
10. 19 July 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / INDUSTRY
The WA Department of Communities called for EOI from developers and consortiums to provide development management services for a new housing development in Ferndale. [Full text]
11. 19 July 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
The SA Planning Commission said it is the most significant modernisation of the planning system in SA in more than 20 years. [Full text]
12. 19 July 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
The SA Government called for feedback on 16 draft State Planning Policies. [Full text]
13. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / TRANSPORT
The Urban Taskforce said the proposed development of Tallawong Station Precinct by Landcom and Sydney Metro demonstrates how a new diverse community can be planned. [Full text]
14. 19 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The NSW Department of Planning and Environment said a $9 million State Significant Development proposal for a golf course on 35 hectares near Culburra Beach will be determined by the Independent Planning Commission. [Full text]
15. 19 July 18TRANSPORT / PLANNING / INTERNATIONAL
The Bicycle Network examined takeaways from a recent seminar on the ways planning in the Netherlands is used to cater for cyclists, and how it can be used in Australia. [Full text]
16. 19 July 18PLANNING
The Property Council said reaching the 25 million population mark should be a call for governments to step up efforts in planning, investing and managing for a growing nation. [Full text]
17. 16 July 18TASMANIA / PLANNING / ECONOMICS
Minister Fletcher released the first annual progress report for the Launceston City Deal. [Full text]
18. 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]
19. 16 July 18PLANNING
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese discussed 'Partnering with Our Cities', in a speech to The Sydney Institute. [Full text]
20. 16 July 18PLANNING
Minister Paul Fletcher said in less than three years the Government has concluded three city deals for Townsville, Launceston and Western Sydney, with negotiations underway for Darwin, Geelong, Hobart and Perth. [Full text]
21. 16 July 18PLANNING
Hawker Britton released a paper on the commitment. [Full text]
22. 16 July 18PLANNING
The Local Government Association said local governments play a central role in shaping urban communities and must be engaged directly in developing strategies and approaches across government to address problems and realise opportunities in cities. [Full text]
23. 16 July 18PLANNING
The Property Council welcomed the announcement but said City Deals built around city-shaping infrastructure needed to be continued and deepened. [Full text]
24. 16 July 18PLANNING
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese said a Labor Government will overhaul and replace the Coalition's City Deals with a City Partnerships program involving the three levels of government. [Full text]
25. 12 July 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / HERITAGE
Minister Bill Johnston called for EOI to revitalise the heritage listed former WA Institute for Deaf Education site at 53 Curtin Avenue, Cottesloe. [Full text]
26. 12 July 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
PricewaterhouseCoopers released 'CityPulse Adelaide'. [Full text]
27. 12 July 18QUEENSLAND / INDUSTRY / PLANNING
The UDIA outlined Queensland planning system updates. [Full text]
28. 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]
29. 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]
30. 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]
31. 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]
32. 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]
33. 12 July 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE
Infrastructure Victoria opened consultation for the 30-year infrastructure strategy. [Full text]
34. 12 July 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / PLANNING / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The NT Planning Commission said the second stage of public consultation on the draft Tennant Creek Future Land Use Plan has started. [Full text]
35. 12 July 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / PLANNING
Chief Minister Michael Gunner said the Development Consent Authority approved the $200 million Darwin Luxury Hotel development at the Darwin Waterfront. [Full text]
36. 12 July 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / PLANNING
Assistant Minister Paul Kirby presented the NT Government's $100 million plan to revitalise Darwin's CBD to at the World Cities Summit in Singapore. [Full text]
37. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Campbelltown Council invited feedback on the use of outdoor spaces and facilities. [Full text]
38. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Campbelltown Council adopted the strategic framework, vision and growth pillars developed as part of Phase 1 of Re-imagining Campbelltown CBD project. [Full text]
39. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
NSW Planning and Environment issued 'Low Rise Medium Density Design Guide for Development Applications'. [Full text]
40. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Department of Planning and Environment, and Camden and Liverpool City Councils, defined the Leppington Town Centre precinct boundary. [Full text]
41. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Department of Planning and Environment and Blacktown City Council have defined the Schofields Town Centre precinct boundary. [Full text]
42. 12 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The NSW Government is seeking feedback on market participation and partnering over Cumberland Hospital East and West campuses, as part of the Westmead Health, Education and Innovation Precinct in Western Sydney. [Full text]
43. 9 July 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / PLANNING
The draft 'Central Alice Springs Area Plan' is online. [Full text]
44. 9 July 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / PLANNING
The NT Planning Commission invited comment on the draft Area Plan for Alice Springs. [Full text]
45. 9 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / INTERNATIONAL
The Committee for Sydney published an article on urban planning in Sydney and Santiago, Chile. [Full text]
46. 9 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The UDIA said the exemption will worsen Sydney's housing affordability. [Full text]
47. 9 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Urban Taskforce said exemption of 47 NSW Councils from adopting a new law to encourage terrace housing until July 2019 demonstrates avoidance of responsibility to promote diverse housing types. [Full text]
48. 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]
49. 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]
50. 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]