The rise and rise of townhouses and apartments
Melbourne’s communities and industries should stand behind the East West Link, our gateway to state-wide productivity, competitiveness and greater liveability.
The spring selling season has begun which means that there will be an influx of supply on the market.
According to the 2011 Census, one in seven Australians were aged 65 years and over. By 2042, the Victorian Government expects that ﬁgure to increase to approximately one in four.
Melbourne is at risk of becoming a two-tier city if our policies do not align with current growth trajectories.
The question of whether high density public or affordable housing has a negative impact on property values is an issue raised at times in Melbourne’s planning debates. In answering it…
The Port of Newcastle’s privatisation, announced recently in the New South Wales State Budget, sets an example that governments around Australia cannot afford to ignore.
From the museum to the suburbs
As anyone who has been stuck in peak-hour traffic knows, congestion is a very serious problem and one which contradicts our reputation of being the most liveable city in the…
Developing transport infrastructure will be crucial if we wish to secure our growth and prosperity in the years to come.
Victoria is experiencing a number of challenges to its prosperity. In recent months, the high Australian dollar, tight capital markets, a cautious spending public, lingering recession in Europe and insipid…
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