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51. 13 August 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / HOMELESSNESS / SOCIAL PLANNING AND POLICY
The University of Adelaide and Sax Institute released the report, 'Supporting people in social housing gain and maintain employment'. [Full text]
52. 13 August 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / HOMELESSNESS / SOCIAL PLANNING AND POLICY
Minister Michelle Lensink launched an SA Government website to enable people to notify homelessness services in inner Adelaide of the location of rough sleepers. [Full text]
53. 13 August 18QUEENSLAND / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Brisbane City Council said it will undertake a neighbourhood plan to guide the future of Sandgate central business area. [Full text]
54. 13 August 18QUEENSLAND / PLANNING / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Brisbane City Council said it has adopted a plan for Newstead and Bowen Hills, following the State Government's endorsement of Newstead North Neighbourhood Plan. [Full text]
55. 13 August 18VICTORIA / PLANNING
A recent presentation by Victorian Planning Authority CEO Stuart Moseley to the UDIA Queensland Annual Developers Conference is online. [Full text]
56. 13 August 18VICTORIA / PLANNING
Minister Richard Wynne announced funding for 51 projects under the Victorian Government's Streamlining for Growth Program. [Full text]
57. 13 August 18VICTORIA / PLANNING
The Victorian Government announced a Fishermans Bend Development Board to lead engagement with the community and advise on precinct plans and major decisions. [Full text]
58. 13 August 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / PLANNING
Minister Mick Gentleman called for feedback on planning changes at the Calwell Group Centre in Canberra, including for land use, building height and public spaces. [Full text]
59. 13 August 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Urban Taskforce said that North Sydney Council voted to put all planning proposals on hold until 1 July 2020. [Full text]
60. 13 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
Paul Cozens from Curtin University issued a critique of the principles of crime prevention through environmental design. [Full text]
61. 13 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
The Property Council said Australia's recent population increase means focus on policies that support investment, planning and collaboration to create future cities should be redoubled. [Full text]
62. 13 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
The Parliamentary Library issued '25 million and growing'. [Full text]
63. 9 August 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / TRANSPORT
The SA Planning Commission released the discussion paper 'Integrated Movement Systems'. [Full text]
64. 9 August 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / TRANSPORT
The SA Planning Commission released an outcomes report for 'Review of the Character Preservation (Barossa Valley) Act 2012 and Character Preservation (McLaren Vale) Act 2012'. [Full text]
65. 9 August 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / TRANSPORT
The SA Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure released a Planning Reform Engagement Fact Sheet. [Full text]
66. 9 August 18NEW SOUTH WALES / EVENTS / PLANNING
An event on medium density urban infill in Sydney's middle ring suburbs will be held on 11 September as part of the Festival of Urbanism. [Full text]
67. 9 August 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The NSW Government said certifiers may now issue complying development certificates for 'lead-in infrastructure' under clause 130 of State Environmental Planning Policy. [Full text]
68. 9 August 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Minister Anthony Roberts said the event was the result of more than two decades of planning to revitalise the area from a redundant industrial site. [Full text]
69. 9 August 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Landcom and Mirvac announced the completion of OVO, Green Square's tallest building. [Full text]
70. 9 August 18EVENTS / PLANNING / DESIGN
The full program is online for the Festival of Urbanism, to be held in Sydney and Melbourne from September 4. [Full text]
71. 9 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
The HIA said the population reached 25 million sooner than predicted and it is important that housing supply is kept strong. [Full text]
72. 9 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
Marco Amati from RMIT University said that city size needs to be a consideration of population growth. [Full text]
73. 9 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
Glen Searle from the Universities of Queensland and Sydney said making small cities bigger will help better distribute Australia's 25 million people. [Full text]
74. 9 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
Fiona Andrews from Deakin University said planners need to start designing high-rise housing stock for residents with children. [Full text]
75. 9 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
The Ai Group said with Australia hitting the 25 million population mark it is a good time to consider benefits of population growth and proper future planning. [Full text]
76. 9 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
McCrindle published the infographic 'Australia's Population Map'. [Full text]
77. 9 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese said that infrastructure must keep up with population growth. [Full text]
78. 9 August 18DEMOGRAPHICS / PLANNING
The ABS announced that Australia's population has hit 25 million. [Full text]
79. 9 August 18TASMANIA / PLANNING / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Senator Jonathon Duniam has used Australia's 25 million population milestone to renew calls for [Full text]
80. 9 August 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
The Committee for Perth said survey results showy 59% of people were satisfied with living in Perth, fall from 73% three years ago. [Full text]
81. 9 August 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
Seven WA industry bodies called on Opposition Leader Mike Nahan, Nationals and Greens to support swift passage of proposed strata reforms through state parliament. [Full text]
82. 9 August 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / TRANSPORT
The SA Planning Commission released a discussion paper, 'Integrated Movement Systems'. [Full text]
83. 9 August 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
The SA Planning Commission released an outcomes report for 'Review of the Character Preservation (Barossa Valley) Act 2012 and Character Preservation (McLaren Vale) Act 2012'. [Full text]
84. 9 August 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
The SA Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure released a Planning Reform Engagement Fact Sheet. [Full text]
85. 9 August 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Shadow Minister Albanese said a Labor Government will work with local councils and the State Government to deliver a City Partnership for the Geelong region. [Full text]
86. 9 August 18VICTORIA / PLANNING
Minister Lily D'Ambrosio said voting for Victorians to pick a project for their community opens 13 August. [Full text]
87. 9 August 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / ICT
The Sydney Business Chamber welcomed the announcement. [Full text]
88. 9 August 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING / ICT
Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced a NSW Government Taskforce to design a technology and innovation precinct in Sydney. [Full text]
89. 9 August 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Urban Taskforce said news that Wollondilly Council has taken legal action to stop the rezoning of Wilton South East Precinct is a setback for Sydney housing supply. [Full text]
90. 9 August 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
The Urban Taskforce said initial options for the redevelopment of Waterloo housing estate set the frame work for a positive development and NSW government should support similar projects across Sydney. [Full text]
91. 9 August 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Minister Roberts invited feedback on design guidelines aimed at making play spaces across NSW more inclusive. [Full text]
92. 9 August 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Minister Anthony Roberts said the event was the result of more than two decades of planning [Full text]
93. 9 August 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Landcom and Mirvac Group announced the completion of OVO at Green Square, with more than 600 residents set to call the building home. [Full text]
94. 9 August 18NEW SOUTH WALES / PLANNING
Ministers Paul Fletcher and Stuart Ayres announced the start of Sydney Science Park in Luddenham. [Full text]
95. 9 August 18PLANNING
Marco Amati from RMIT University said that city size needs to be a consideration of population growth. [Full text]
96. 9 August 18PLANNING
Glen Searle from Universities of Queensland and Sydney said making small cities bigger will help better distribute Australia's 25 million people. [Full text]
97. 9 August 18PLANNING
The Ai Group said with Australia hitting the 25 million population mark it is a good time to consider benefits of population growth and proper future planning. [Full text]
98. 9 August 18PLANNING
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese said that infrastructure must keep up with population growth. [Full text]
99. 9 August 18PLANNING
The ABS announced Australia's population has hit 25 million. [Full text]
100. 9 August 18PLANNING
McCrindle published an infographic, 'Australia's Population Map'. [Full text]