Tag: SEPP65

NSWARB hands out largest-ever fine for architect's ‘unsatisfactory professional conduct’
News | Linda Cheng | 30 Jun 2017

NSWARB hands out largest-ever fine for architect’s ‘unsatisfactory professional conduct’

The case of an architect fined and suspended for “serious and sustained” breaches of the professional code of conduct suggests a more widespread practice of non-compliance.

Monash University Logan Hall by McBride Charles Ryan received the Best Overend Awards for Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing in the 2016 Victorian Architecture Awards.
News | Linda Cheng | 15 Jul 2016

Do minimum apartment standards affect affordability?

As the Victorian government prepares to release its draft apartment design standards next month, debate is heating up over its likely effects on housing affordability.

The Kensington by Fox Johnston is one of 11 projects shortlisted for a Residential Architecture - Multiple Housing Award in the 2015 NSW Architecture Awards.
News | Linda Cheng | 19 Jun 2015

New apartment design guidelines for NSW

The NSW Planning Minister introduces the new Apartment Design Guide, superseding the existing Residential Flat Design Code.

Park Lane by Johnson Pilton Walker.
News | Linda Cheng | 18 May 2015

Govt dispels apartment size confusion

NSW Planning Minister Rob Stokes has released a statement clarifying the minimum apartment sizes for the state.

Jean Nouvel's One Central Park, Sydney apartment tower.
Discourse | Michael Neustein | 6 May 2015

Size matters

A NSW court ruling prompts outcry after it seems to enlarge minimum apartment sizes - but the ruling has been misunderstood.

Gantry by Bates Smart is winner of Aaron Bolot Award for Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing in 2014 NSW Architecture Awards.
News | Linda Cheng | 23 Sep 2014

New SEPP65 guidelines

The NSW Minister for Planning Pru Goward announced proposed changes to SEPP65 with new guidelines for apartment design.

Highpoint Hurstville, Stanisic Architects.
Discourse | Frank Stanisic | 28 Jul 2014

The rise and rise of urban housing in Sydney

How SEPP65 and limited design competitions are shaping a more liveable Sydney.