Energy Policy and Housing
National energy policy is one of the hot topics in Canberra this year, a debate that is perhaps five years too late.
The Flight of the Termite: The Silent Intruder
Many Canberrans are shocked to learn the ACT has a growing termite problem, and it’s one that should not be ignored.
Review of Parliament House Fence Demanded
Australia's peak body for architects wants controversial plans to build a new fence around Parliament House put on hold and reviewed immediately.
Anger Grows over Fence Plans on Parliament House
Anger is growing over the government’s plans to erect a 2.6 meter high fence on around the permitter of Parliament House which will limit public access...
How to Improve the Building Ethos
How can we ensure issues such as the leaky building issue in NZ don't crop up in Australia, particularly given the laxity of our regulatory regime?
Canberra Suburb Named Best Master Planned Community
The Canberra suburb of Franklin has taken out the honour for the country's top master planned community at the Property Council of Australia's annual Innovation and...
Parliament House Architect Dies
The architect who designed Canberra's iconic Parliament House has died, aged 95.
Sydney Fourth in the World for Housing Price Growth
Sydney has taken fourth place on a new list of world cities witnessing the most rapid growth in residential property prices.
How Can the ACT’s Building Regulation Mess be Fixed?
Back in 2010, widespread problems surrounding defects in apartments throughout Canberra were exposed as an ABC report documented major water leaks, falling render and cracking in...