The Property Council of Australia has welcomed the announcement that the Victorian Government will release an additional fifty thousand housing lots in Melbourne’s growth corridors but warns that these new communities must be properly planned, and accompanied by appropriate infrastructure and services from the outset.
The WA Government is spending $8.56 million to improve safety on various sections of the South Western Highway in the State’s South-West.
The Infrastructure Priority List published by Infrastructure Australia (IA) puts in sharp relief the requirements of a growing Australia.
CIMIC Group company CPB Contractors has been awarded a package of gas gathering and infrastructure works worth approximately $90 million for Australia Pacific LNG (APLNG) in the Surat Basin, Queensland.
The proposed South East Queensland (SEQ) City Deal is a game-changer for this booming region and a vital momentum builder towards a national network of city deals that will shape the future of Australia’s urban landscape.
Another sixteen roads will be upgraded across the state as part of the Victorian Government’s record road safety investment.
Big changes are coming for motorists in 2019 as construction on one of the Sunshine Coast’s largest projects moves ahead.
A key Territory election commitment has supported more than 800 local construction jobs in the past two years while delivering infrastructure projects in NT schools.
The WA Government is delivering on another of its election commitments, with the announcement that local Western Australian civil construction firm, Densford Civil has been awarded a $6.4 million contract for safety improvement works along South Coast Highway in Albany.
The WA Government is undertaking a range of upgrades to some of the city’s busiest roads in order to reduce congestion, and improve traffic flow and safety.