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Magritte - time transfixed In May’s Victorian state budget, the Metro Rail Capacity Project was officially abandoned and relaunched as the smaller, Southern-focused Melbourne Rail Link.

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01.12.11 in urban-planning sustainability

see more open website in same window Barangareview

Video coverage from Channel Ten late last week.

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19.05.11 in urban-planning video-clips

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Paul Keating has resigned from his role as director of the Barangaroo Design Excellence review panel.

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07.05.11 in urban-planning 

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30.01.11 in cities urban-planning

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Of the many policies being released by Victoria’s new Liberal government, one caught my ear (oh, and the announcement that train stations are so dangerous they need armed guards).

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01.12.10 in urban-planning 

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Kevin McCloud’s “Slumming it” is currently running on the ABC (available at Keep Reading...

08.11.10 in urban-planning 

see more open website in same window Springberra

ACT Planning Minister Andrew Barr this week compared Walter Burley Griffin to an American cartoon character, in a blog post entitled Keep Reading...

05.11.10 in urban-planning weird-wonderful

see more open website in same window A month at Barangaroo

The month that was.

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30.10.10 in urban-planning 

see more open website in same window Melbourne MSS say

Melbourne City Council and the State overnment have a new Municipal Strategic Statement in the works.

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26.08.10 in urban-planning 

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see more open website in same window Geelong notices Deakin

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10.08.10 in urban-planning 

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see more open website in same window From green wedge to green short back and sides

Victorian Planning Minister’s long proposed 430 square km extension to the Urban Growth Boundary for Melbourne has just received the “green” light from government, in a rare show of bipartisan unity from the major parties.

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29.07.10 in urban-planning 

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see more open website in same window Melton gets even bigger

Melton North plan
ABC News announced tonight that the Melton North subdivision is proceeding.