As few as one in six apartment projects would qualify for affordable housing bonuses under a draft version of the Minns government’s policy, developers say.
- by Michael Koziol and Max Maddison
The Australian star of Blue Jasmine, Elizabeth and The Lord of The Rings trilogy is building a new house in Mawgan Porth, Cornwall, a popular surfing spot.
- by Rob Harris
In a sign of a growing generational divide, NSW Opposition Leader Mark Speakman is facing an internal push for more ambitious housing policies.
- by Michael McGowan
There are few West Australian business titans more formidable than veteran developer Nigel Satterley. But there’s more to one of this sprawling city’s founding fathers than some might think.
- by Jesinta Burton
Mining billionaires might have made the state wealthy, but it’s developers’ decades of wheeling and dealing that continue to have the most impact on daily life.
- by Sarah Brookes, Hamish Hastie and Jesinta Burton
Applicants are facing lengthy delays with a wide disparity between councils over the speed with which such applications for renovations and small residential builds are dispatched.
- The Herald's View
Waiting times for local councils to determine development applications has blown out by four weeks in the past year
- by Andrew Taylor
Just two months after the deal was struck at national cabinet, NSW Treasurer Daniel Mookhey is asking for more money upfront instead of in five years’ time.
- by Michael Koziol
Sydney and Melbourne alone will need to build at least another 1.3 million homes to accommodate an extra 3 million residents over the next 18 years, a new report finds.
- by Shane Wright
If the Allan government is serious about tackling affordability and maintaining Melbourne’s liveability, it will need to confront some tricky policy reforms.
- by Josh Gordon
China’s economy is showing modest momentum, but the baggage it will carry into next year and beyond threatens to thwart its ambition of toppling the US as the world’s largest economy.
- by Stephen Bartholomeusz