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    Charter Hall receives DA for their iconic Melbourne site
    Charter Hall receives DA for their iconic Melbourne site

    Charter Hall Group has announced that the Victorian government has approved a site specific Planning Scheme Amendment at 140 Lonsdale Street and Development Approval has been granted for a major upgrade and repositioning of 150 Lonsdale Street.


    Hassell releases new design of University of the Sunshine Coast campus
    Hassell releases new design of University of the Sunshine Coast campus

    Hassell has worked with the University of the Sunshine Coast to master plan the new Moreton Bay campus as well as design the architecture, interiors and landscape for its foundation building.


    Designed by architects WilkinsonEyre, Crown Sydney on track for December 2020 opening
    Designed by architects WilkinsonEyre, Crown Sydney on track for December 2020 opening

    Crown Resorts has marked milestone for its Crown Sydney development, with the topping out of the building marking the completion of vertical construction for the 275m high hotel resort and residences.


    Peak building body wants $13 Billion for new projects
    Peak building body wants $13 Billion for new projects

    A $13.2 billion building and construction stimulus action could stimulate over $30 billion in new economic activity and create more than 100,000 new jobs, according to new economic modelling from Master Builders Australia.


    Sydney fast-tracking the building of new walking and cycling paths
    Sydney fast-tracking the building of new walking and cycling paths

    The building of a number of new walking and cycling pathways has been fast-tracked as part of the City of Sydney’s plan to help people move around while also maintaining physically distancing.


    Ingenhoven and Architectus to design Mirvac’s 5-Star Green Star 505 George Street
    Ingenhoven and Architectus to design Mirvac’s 5-Star Green Star 505 George Street

    Mirvac has announced it has received planning consent from the City of Sydney for the proposed mixed-use, residential-led precinct at 505 George St.


    Something fishy about the NSW-led national economic recovery
    Something fishy about the NSW-led national economic recovery

    NSW is set to lead Australia’s economic recovery, with the NSW Government announcing a further 24 priority projects, including a new retail centre, industrial precincts, three new schools and the relocated Sydney Fish Markets, that will inject more than $5.37 billion into the State’s economy.


    Architect-developed 3D design platform set to revolutionise urban planning
    Architect-developed 3D design platform set to revolutionise urban planning

    Developed by architects Lucy Booth and Rob Asher, together with engineer John Asher, and known as ‘Giraffe’, the new software platform combines real-time insights and encourages data-driven, collaborative design.


    Introducing the 2020 Sustainability Awards Ambassadors
    Introducing the 2020 Sustainability Awards Ambassadors

    For the first time in its 14-year history, the Sustainability Awards will have ambassadors to help promote what has become Australia’s largest and most popular sustainability event for the built industry.


    Researchers find that it’s a lot safer to live near an old post office
    Researchers find that it’s a lot safer to live near an old post office

    In what would be an interesting comparative study for Australia, a pair of researchers with New York University Abu Dhabi has found a connection between the location of post offices in the formative years of the United States and modern crime rates.


    Designed by Hayball, Assemble puts together a new ‘rent-with-the-option-to-buy’ project
    Designed by Hayball, Assemble puts together a new ‘rent-with-the-option-to-buy’ project

    Property developer Assemble has launched its second Melbourne project that will feature 198 apartments across two mixed-residential buildings.


    WMK Architecture and CTLA Design win urban design competition
    WMK Architecture and CTLA Design win urban design competition

    WMK Architecture and CTLA Design Group have won a competition for the design of a new residential development in Sydney’s north-west growth area, Rouse Hill.


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