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Development Assessment Streamlined – Queensland

Development Assessment Streamlined – Queensland

Background Probably the vast majority of land development in Queensland is managed through the framework of the Sustainable Planning Act 2009 (SPA). Chapter 2 therein identifies the various State planning instruments against which assessable development is to be assessed by the relevant assessment manager (usually…

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Positive Queensland – Confidence Coming Back

Positive Queensland – Confidence Coming Back

UDIA Queensland – Development and Construction Industry Performance Report Early 2013 has been a turning point for confidence. Since the beginning of the year median house prices and share prices have risen, Queensland trend unemployment has fallen, and retail spending has exceeded expectations.  It seems…

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Light Rail – From Nowhere To  Nowhere

Light Rail – From Nowhere To Nowhere

Any major infrastructure investment into a region such as the Light Rail Project on the Gold Coast should be welcomed. Whilst it is a great positive to see such investment into public transport on the Gold Coast, the success of the project will rest with…

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Construction Kick Start Warning  – Gold Coast

Construction Kick Start Warning – Gold Coast

ADC again congratulates Mayor Tom Tate and his team for helping to restore consumer and business confidence in the local market through the Construction Kick Start initiative. The necessity of such a program has been emphasised, with almost 300 applications over 7 months. Council has…

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ADC Christmas Fundraiser Success

ADC Christmas Fundraiser Success

Merry Christmas! ADC Christmas Fundraiser – Thank you for generosity We would like to sincerely thank all of those who came along to our Christmas bbq and helped contribute to the Salvation Army Christmas Appeal. Your generous donations of food, toys and funds is much…

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Funding Announced To Ease QLD Housing Crisis

Funding Announced To Ease QLD Housing Crisis

FUNDING ANNOUNCED TO EASE REGIONAL QLD HOUSING CRISIS   The QLD government has announced long term funding to address the housing and land shortages in Central Queensland regional areas The rental crisis in regional Queensland mining towns, stemming from a shortage in housing and land,…

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Sustainable Planning ACT Reform Unveiled

Sustainable Planning ACT Reform Unveiled

ADC congratulates the State Government for the proposed reforms to Queensland’s Planning System SPA reform unveiled today Amendments to the Sustainable Planning Act 2009, introduced to Parliament today (13 September) will seek to reduce complexity and general inefficiencies in the planning system which have plagued…

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Gold Coast Farewells Infrastructure Charges

Gold Coast Farewells Infrastructure Charges

Gold Coast City Council Boosts Economic Development and Investment Through Infrastructure Charge Stimulus and Reform Council has today answered long standing calls from industry with the announcement of their initiative for an immediate stimulus for construction on the Gold Coast. Council has announced a double…

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Congratulations to Gold Coast City Council

Congratulations to Gold Coast City Council

Congratulations to Council!  Yes, that’s right…congratulations to Council. I’m sure that’s a phrase not so commonly skipping past the editor’s eyes in this esteemed publication but, hey, credit where credit is due. For those who haven’t the foggiest where I’m going with this I’ll fill…

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Infrastructure Charges Holiday For Gold Coast

Infrastructure Charges Holiday For Gold Coast

ADC commends the Gold Coast City Council and Mayor Tom Tate for their infrastructure charges holiday initiative! Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate has informed UDIA that Gold Coast City Council intends to implement an ‘infrastructure charges holiday’, anticipated to be in place by September 2012….

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