Dysfunctionality, not corruption, is to blame for a dodgy marina development advertised as being similar to Port Douglas, according to Victoria's Ombudsman.
Development approval has been controversially granted for a petrol station within 100m of two upcoming childcare facilities in Golden Bay, despite widespread concerns about potential benzene fumes.
Funding has been secured for a “sexy” 50-apartment Common Ground homeless facility in Mandurah, with the first tenants expected to move in by 2024.
Planes are relatively few and far between at Perth Airport amid the hard border but its property portfolio is flying high with plans for a neighbourhood shopping centre.
Industry players have begun the autopsy on what killed the venue — and have turned discussion towards how to best use the space to activate the city.
Once billed as a ‘world class destination’, Yagan Square market hall is officially a failure with confirmation the three remaining tenants will be relocated while DevelopmentWA ponders its future use.
A proposed nine-storey tower in Maylands by developer Luke Saraceni has highlighted the stark contrast between development in the inner city and in the western suburbs.
Gnangara will be the star suburb in a new plan for the East Wanneroo district that will guide development for 150,000 residents over the next 50 years.
More than 100 Mosman Park residents have hired a town planner, a traffic expert and a public relations professional in one of the fiercest campaigns ever staged against a proposed apartment block.
Revised plans for a smaller, greener beachfront apartment complex in Marine Terrace Cottesloe will go before the WA Planning Commission tomorrow.
A new national approach on homelessness could house the most vulnerable under a 10-year plan, according to a parliamentary committee.
A rebuffed developer has refused to rebuild two century-old buildings in Subiaco and is threatening to turn its site into ‘the next Pavilion markets’.
The State Government has not rejected any projects proposed through its fast-track assessment unit, set up in response to the coronavirus crisis.
Renters subject to lockdown orders in Sydney are being forced to allow strangers into their homes for property inspections, the Tenants Union of NSW says.
Once a working man’s pub and now a favourite haunt of pensioners, the venue’s value took a sudden leap forward last week after planning changes put it in a highest-density area.
More than 1000 apartments could potentially be scattered along a 1km stretch of the Scarborough foreshore as developers eye the popular sun and surf haven.
Subiaco business owners are breathing a sigh of relief with an end in sight to their suffering after the State Administrative Tribunal ordered Hay Street to reopen within weeks.
A new report is calling on the federal government to spend $7.6 billion on more than 16,000 new social housing units, given the benefits dwarf the cost.
A catfight has erupted between the McGowan Government and the City of Perth over the scrapping of plans for a WACA pool, with Lord Mayor Basil Zempilas accusing the Premier of ‘spitting the dummy’.
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The State Opposition has thrown its support behind Perth council’s decision to scrap plans for a six-lane swimming pool at the WACA.
3 Oceans’ three-tower Scarborough apartment complex will still reach up to 43 storeys high but have been slimmed down from previously approved plans which were dumped in 2019.
Young renters are uncomfortable asking for repairs for fear their rent will be increased, a survey by the Tenants' Union has found.
Plans for the highly anticipated WACA pool — which would cost Perth ratepayers $151.5 million — look set to sink after a draft business plan found ‘no unmet need’ for an aquatic centre in the city.
Worried western suburbs businesses have sounded the alarm as more Hay Street retailers shut up shop in Subiaco amid a bitter stand-off between developer Sanur and the local council.
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