• Cultural and civic centre approved by NSW Government

    The New South Wales Government has approved an application from Coffs Harbour City Council to build a Cultural and Civic Centre at 23-31 Gordon Street. Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIEE... more
  • Georgiou Group awarded contract for Brightwater’s new Inglewood development

    Brightwater Care Group’s new residential aged care, research centre and corporate head office has reached its next milestone, with Georgiou Group appointed as the head contractor on the $40 million developmen... more
  • Feedback sought on new village connections for safer riding

    The City of Sydney is seeking community feedback on new cycleway projects and streetscape upgrades that will fill missing links in the City’s bike network and make it safer for locals riding to school and to ... more
  • Construction to start on new mental health inpatient unit in Hervey Bay

    Construction on a new acute mental health inpatient unit at Hervey Bay Hospital is on track to start this week, marking the beginning of $39.6 million worth of investment to more than double mental health bed c... more

World-class $400M new WA Museum Boola Bardip officially opens

The highly anticipated WA Museum Boola Bardip officially opened over the weekend, with thousands of Western Australians getting their first taste of the incredible exhibitions, experiences and stories on display in the spectacular new building. The opening ceremony was held on Saturday morning with Premier Mark McGowan and Culture and the Arts Minister David Templeman opening the doors to the public for the first time. They were accompanied by lucky ticketholders who were randomly selected by public ballot, to be the first visitors through the doors. Approximately 7,500 people got to spend about two hou... more

Proposed new cycleways for busy bike routes in Sydney

Three new cycleways could serve Sydney’s busiest cycling connections, provide safer access for thousands of people riding between the city and Sydney’s east, and further support the City of Sydney’s plans to revitalise Oxford Street. The proposed connections include an innovative centre-running cycleway on Oxford Street that will allow bus lanes, parking, taxi ranks and loading zones to largely operate as they currently do, while providing a safe, fast and direct route for people riding. The cycleways would run 1.7 kilometres from Taylor Square along Oxford Street, Liverpool and College Streets to th... more

Momentum Wealth secures iconic Crawley development site

Western Australian-based developer, Momentum Wealth, has acquired a landmark development site on the riverfront in Crawley, as they look to capitalise on investor interest in the apartment market within the western suburbs.  Situated along the riverfront on 20 Mounts Bay Road, opposite the world-famous Blue Boat Shed, Momentum Wealth said the site offers strong appeal to buyers as it will be the first development in the area in over 10 years. Momentum Wealth is planning to develop eight boutique apartments which will benefit from large outdoor living areas that capture the stunning river vista. "The we... more

Construction on Sydney Metro West now underway

Work has officially commenced on the Sydney Metro West mega project, which will generate tens of thousands of jobs and transform Greater Sydney for generations to come.  Yesterday Premier of New South Wales, Gladys Berejiklian, Treasurer Dominic Perrottet and Minister for Transport Andrew Constance officially marked the start of work at The Bays Station site, which is being prepared for the arrival of tunnel boring machines. “Sydney Metro West is a life-changing mega project which will transform how we get around Sydney and ensure we have the right transport in place to accommodate the city’s growth,... more

Lead Architect and Lead Design Engineers sought for new city campus

Edith Cowan University (ECU) is set to release two highly anticipated Expression of Interest (EOI) invitations to the market, seeking a Lead Architect and Lead Design Engineers for its $695 million ECU City Campus. The campus is the centrepiece of the recently announced Perth City Deal, which brings together the collaborative efforts of the Australian Government, Western Australian Government and City of Perth to help Perth recover from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and position the city for the future. The project will deliver Western Australia’s first vibrant and engaging CBD university campus a... more

More sporting infrastructure projects to be delivered in SA

Another two major sporting precincts are set to be upgraded under the South Australian Government’s plan to revitalise sporting infrastructure across the state. South Australia’s home of netball at Mile End and Thebarton Oval will both be upgraded, helping to lead South Australia into a sporting golden era. The funding from the 2020/21 State Budget Sport Fund includes: $12 million for Stage Two upgrade works at SA’s home of netball in Mile End; $5 million towards an $18 million facelift for Thebarton Oval; and $5 million additional funding towards the $19 million upgrade to the State Centre of Foo... more

Sydney hotspot residential project given green light

Top Spring Australia has received development application (DA) approval from the City of Sydney for its residential project in the Eastern Suburbs hotspot of Elizabeth Bay. Located at 11-13 Greenknowe Avenue, Elizabeth Bay, the project will replace the disused building most recently occupied by SHMH Group Australia, which was formerly the headquarters of the NSW Country Women's Association. With the existing building confirmed by City of Sydney as having no heritage significance, the new PBD Architects-designed scheme approved for the site will reflect the surrounding area’s heritage through its brick fa... more

New masterplan to boost Tasmania’s position as a sporting state

Design firm Fender Katsalidis is set to create for sports and recreation what they have done for arts and culture at Mona with a new $200 million masterplan in the Hobart suburb of Glenorchy. With design excellence and landscape character at the core, the Wilkinsons Point Precinct masterplan, which recently gained rezoning and development approval, will transform a 15-hectare site fronting the Derwent River. Wilkinsons Point Precinct will offer elite performance facilities and informal recreational opportunities that connect to the surrounding network of open spaces and trails. It also includes mixed-use c... more