The Independent Commission Against Corruption believes a new digital portal for development applications being rolled out by the state government will help it investigate corrupt activity.
- by Michael Koziol
Contemporary housing design ignores features that make old Queenslander homes better suited to the state's climate, a University of Queensland study has found.
- by Tony Moore
When I think of a chalet, my mind goes straight back to the mid-1970s, but one project changed my mind.
- by Karen McCartney
After suffering two strokes and being deemed unable to earn a living, Armindo De Olizeara was living in squalor in a private rooming house. Now he has a fresh start in a new social housing development.
- by Chloe Booker
The grant scheme provides money to people who sign building contracts by the end of the year, in a bid to stimulate the economy.
- by Angus Thompson
A development assessment panel has sided with Nedlands locals and councillors opposing a deeply unpopular building proposal.
- by Marta Pascual Juanola
Parking – or rather, a lack of it – ultimately led a Joint Development Assessment Panel to refuse plans for a four-storey apartment block where popular Trigg cafe Yelo currently sits.
- by Cameron Myles
Establishing a small corner of European living in Mount Lawley, complete with wine bar and coffee shop, all speaks to developer Tim Willing’s own story and hopes for Perth beyond COVID-19.
- by Aja Styles
You can spend years living next door to someone without getting to know them. Then one sunny afternoon, they tell you their remarkable story.
- by Greg Callaghan
One of the only known developments associated with the buyer of the Sirius Building unravelled in spectacular fashion.
- by Carrie Fellner