Byron Shire Council is pushing ahead with plans to demolish a number of seafront houses it says are most affected by coastal erosion.
It will seek approval at a council meeting today. The plan is likely to inflame relations with… Read more
The New South Wales Government says it is confident its regional planning panels will start making development decisions within the next few months, despite some of the north-west region’s councils being reluctant to join the scheme.
Two local government representatives… Read more
Severe erosion threatens as many as 16 homes and could force an opening between the sea and the Belongil estuary. This would open the way for catastrophic flooding in Byron Bay town,with damages running to tens of millions of dollars.… Read more
Some major thoroughfares in Sydney’s C-B-D may soon be 10 kilometre-an-hour zones without traffic lights.
The proposal for ‘Naked streets’ is based on an idea which began in the Netherlands in the 1980s.
It involves pedestrians, traffic and businesses sharing… Read more
DEVELOPERS have come up with a four-point plan for councils to make housing close to the city more affordable.
Responding to a statement by capital city lord mayors, the chief executive of the Urban Taskforce, Aaron Gadiel, said developers had… Read more