Tag: Urban renewal
A recently completed urban renewal project in the northern Tasmanian city of Devonport is the largest in regional Tasmania’s history.
The Western Australian government has published a “vision concept” for the disused Subiaco Oval precinct near the CBD.
Heritage Victoria has issued the developers the site surrounding the historic Nylex clock with a 21-day ultimatum to clean up the deteriorating site or face fines.
The Victorian government and the City of Melbourne have released their final vision for a 56-hectare urban renewal area in North Melbourne.
Australia’s largest contemporary art gallery, a new creative hub and 18,000 square metres of new public space are planned for Melbourne’s arts precinct.
Developer Beulah International has announced the members of the jury that will select the winning proposal for a mixed-use development in Southbank.
Some of the worlds most lauded and influential architects are among the six selected teams that will compete to design a mixed-use development slated to be worth $2 billion.
The Victorian government has allocated $31.6 million to the redevelopment of a part of Melbourne’s Federation Square.
A major government building designed by John Wardle Architects will be built in Ballarat, after the proposal received planning approval.
A 1.7-hectare “superblock” in Perth’s Applecross could be home to a new mixed-use precinct under Woods Bagot’s vision.
Sydney Olympic Stadium saved from demolition, Cox’s Sydney Football Stadium still faces wrecking ball
The NSW government has backflipped on its decision to demolish and rebuild two sports stadiums in Sydney.
The Australian Institute of Architects has welcomed a Victorian government decision to halt 26 “inappropriate” development applications for towers in Melbourne’s Fishermans Bend.
A proposal for stage two of the Fender Katsalidis and Oculus-designed redevelopment of the Nylex clock site in Melbourne has successfully obtained VCAT approval.
Tonkin Zulaikha Greer’s winning design for a new UTS industry hub is a modern reinterpretation of Neo-Gothic architecture.
A masterplan by Archipelago and Fairweather Architecture will transform a four-hectare brownfield site in Brisbane into a high-rise digital media hub.
A petition to stop the demolition of two Sydney stadiums has attracted more than 119,000 signatures in three days.
The site of Ballarat’s beloved Civic Hall will be transformed under a proposal for a government office building by John Wardle Architects.
A Foster and Partners-designed commercial tower and the “architecturally refined” refurbishment of an iconic pub by Stewart Hollenstein have been submitted for approval.
In a rare move, the Victorian parliament has revoked planning approval for a 13-storey development in Melbourne’s south east.
The NSW government’s decision to demolish and rebuilt sports stadiums in Sydney has been met with a vexed response.