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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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From the Planning Desk

From the Planning Desk

This case stresses the importance of seeking a record of the history of approvals over a site that is subject of development intentions. The judgment in this case ruled that conditions of a development approval from 1994 are still current and valid and that a…

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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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Tate Vows To Cut Development Fees

Tate Vows To Cut Development Fees

ADC Managing director Michael Arnold is quoted in this Gold Coast Bulletin article discussing the existing problem of infrastructure charges on the Gold Coast stifling economic growth and new business in the region. Arnold Development Consultants congratulates newly elected Mayor Tom Tate for his planned…

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Pocket Zoner Goes National

Pocket Zoner Goes National

New planning associations means the Pocket Zoner can now respond to land zoning enquiries Australia wide! We are excited to announce that the Pocket Zoner is now in collaboration with carefully selected planning firms in New South Wales and Victoria as well as Queensland –…

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Planning and Development Fees To Remain Unchanged In Effort To Stimulate City Growth

Planning and Development Fees To Remain Unchanged In Effort To Stimulate City Growth

GCCC planning and development fees to remain the same to help stimulate city growth Finally the Gold Coast City Council acts on building business, investment and job creation – congratulations to the new Council led by Tom Tate. The removal of Priority Infrastructure Plan (PIP)…

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Valuations Killing Home Sales in Queensland

Valuations Killing Home Sales in Queensland

ADC calls for an urgent review by the State Government of Queensland valuation processes See Below: Brian Stewart (CEO UDIA QLD) presents the latest housing finance figures and offers his assessment of the problems plaguing Queensland’s property valuation system. Housing finance upward trend Latest housing…

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Accommodation Short-Fall in Central Queensland

Accommodation Short-Fall in Central Queensland

Judgement a positive step towards rectifying accommodation short fall in Central Queensland Arnold Development Consultants’ (ADC’s) Central Queensland office is in frequent receipt of enquiries regarding the potential to develop land in redress of the shortage of accommodation in the region stemming from the resources…

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