The infamous Midland Brick display site in North Perth — largely considered an icon but an eyesore — will be redeveloped as a childcare centre.
The Vines WA faces a nervous wait to see how the public responds to plans to build more than 300 homes on holes at the 30-year-old golf course.
The McGowan Government is looking at its next phase of an overhaul of WA’s planning system
The Greens are seeking to cap rent rises and ban rent bidding in Queensland to help tenants deal with a tightening housing market.
The much-vaunted Perth Hub and Dorsett Hotel projects in the City Link precinct have gone live, with the Far East Consortium mobilising on site.
A vacant lot is about to undergo a dramatic facelift after plans for a $28.8 million aged care facility featuring a shop and salon were approved by planners.
Builders and developers want the Queensland government to provide budget funding to fix the public housing crisis.
Marty Silk and Tracey Ferrier
Nedlands councillors are considering protecting an area west of Broadway from development — but its staff have warned against the move.
The University of WA could sell off some of its land to be developed — and establish a ferry station at Matilda Bay — under a master plan for the next decade.
Stirling councillors are pushing back on controversial plans for a 270-apartment complex as part of the $800 million Karrinyup Shopping Centre redevelopment.
It was billed as the new heart of Perth. But three years after the wrappers came off, Yagan Square is a public space in need of a defibrillator.
Housing Minister Michael Sukkar has defended the government's credentials on housing, while the finance minister is questioning Labor's negative gearing policy.
The Queensland government isn't building homes quickly enough to reduce the state's 47,000 strong waiting list, the opposition, crossbenchers and advocates say.
WA Labor is set to use its majority in the Upper House to permanently kill off Roe 8 and 9.
The Perth Local Development Assessment Panel has approved a proposal to demolish the three-level office building at 246 Adelaide Terrace and replace it with a 13-storey hotel.
The NSW government has unveiled its first housing strategy, which will pilot the use of vacant buildings and land as temporary housing for the state's homeless.
The Springs urban renewal precinct in Rivervale is taking shape with a proposal for a 15-floor apartment tower — well above the nine-storey limit.
Perth is one of just three capital cities in Australia to record population growth in 2020, which experts say is because of its ‘success’ against COVID-19.
Queensland community groups are calling for a $4 billion investment to deliver housing to those most in need.
Developer Brookfield Properties was due to break ground in June but contractors have reportedly been stood down until further notice.
Jandakot residents have rejected a just released master plan for the former Glen Iris golf course, threatening to chain themselves to trees to stop it going ahead.
Australia's biggest bank has hired hundreds of new staff to deal with a huge volume of home loan applications, as industry veterans say buyers are missing out.
A simple rope swing on a grass verge could soon see residents in one of Perth’s wealthiest areas slugged with monthly charges, public liability insurance and annual inspections.
Plans for King’s Campus in the City Link precinct will include balcony offices, a vast tree canopy and calming biophilic finishes, including stone and timber.
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