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A New Age of Progressive Suburbanism?
Urban Planning
Tuesday March 28 2017

A New Age of Progressive Suburbanism?

“We are living in a global suburban age. While statistics demonstrate that the amount of the world population in metropolitan areas is rapidly increasing, rarely is...

Time to Change the Discussion Around CBDs
Urban Planning
Tuesday August 16 2016

Time to Change the Discussion Around CBDs

In her seminal book The Death and Life of Great American Cities, city-builder Jane Jacobs noted that “a Central Business District that lives up to its...

CBD Underlies Australian Property’s Sustainability Edge
Buildings
Wednesday June 29 2016

CBD Underlies Australian Property’s Sustainability Edge

AIRAH believes that the CBD initiative has played a pivotal role in making Australia's premium office sector a world leader when it comes to sustainability performance,...

New Planning Rules Could Kill Melbourne’s Competitive Edge
Business
Tuesday May 31 2016

New Planning Rules Could Kill Melbourne’s Competitive Edge

Strict new planning rules designed to curb breakneck development in Melbourne's CBD could serve as a major deterrent to foreign investors, severely undermining the Victorian capital's ability to...

New Planning Rules Could Kill Melbourne’s Competitive Edge
Business
Thursday May 12 2016

New Planning Rules Could Kill Melbourne’s Competitive Edge

Strict new planning rules designed to curb breakneck development in Melbourne's CBD could serve as a major deterrent to foreign investors, severely undermining the Victorian capital's ability to...

Three Million Square Metres of Office Space Goes Green
Green
Monday May 2 2016

Three Million Square Metres of Office Space Goes Green

Australian CBD office space equivalent to the size of Uluru has committed to pursuing a 4-star NABERS rating as part of a nationwide initiative to raise...

New Economy, New Jobs, Old Thinking
Urban Planning
Tuesday March 29 2016

New Economy, New Jobs, Old Thinking

The changing nature of our economy is making itself felt across the business sector, and this in turn is changing the nature of work and where...

Reclaiming our Rooftops
Commercial
Tuesday November 10 2015

Reclaiming our Rooftops

With the increasing density of our cities, Australians are starting to rethink how our urban space is configured. With space at such a premium, why is...

Why “Sit-able” Cities Assist in Placemaking
Urban Planning
Wednesday November 4 2015

Why “Sit-able” Cities Assist in Placemaking

"Sit-able" cities may soon be getting more attention than walkable or rideable cities.

Green
Feb 2 2018
Victoria Greens Vow to Stop New Apple Store

The Victorian Greens are determined to stop a controversial plan to demolish part of Melbourne's Federation Square to make way for a new Apple store.

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