Tuesday, April 24, 2018, by Project Urban

EVERY now and then, we get to work on a project that is exquisitely unique, or on a site that is difficult and challenging or on a project that’s a real game-changer for the area.The Badderam Eco Luxe Resort & Spa was all those things, and we’re proud to announce its approval.   READ MORE

Monday, April 23, 2018, by Project Urban

In her Brisbane case study, Lyndal Plant found that “leafy streets, with 50 per cent more tree cover” had sale prices well above average (by around $29,000 or 5.4%).    READ MORE

Thursday, September 07, 2017, by Project Urban

It’s an area of specialised advice that involves a clear process, experience and a nose for knowing where to look and what to do when circumstances are out of the ordinary. One thing is for sure, seeking approvals for maritime structures (pontoons, jetties, ramps, revetment walls and marinas) is fraught with complexity.  READ MORE

Wednesday, September 06, 2017, by Project Urban

Obtaining an approval for a maritime structure can be tricky. Have you ever considered who owns the land below the highwater mark and do you know what type of application you require? Here are the top 4 pitfalls you'll need to consider.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017, by Project Urban

If you’re considering a residential development in South East Queensland, you’ll be well advised to look for sites in Caboolture, Redcliffe Peninsular and Caloundra as there are big savings on infrastructure charges on offer.
And, we mean BIG!   READ MORE

Friday, August 11, 2017, by Project Urban

As a man who has worked his whole adult life in the development industry, I think I have a unique perspective on the Sunshine Coast over the past few decades. As the Sunny Coast officially celebrates 50 years of identity, it’s a good time to look back and reflect on the changes. Unfortunately, I can’t comment on the whole 50 years, because, despite the greying hair, I’m not old enough to remember anymore than 40 or so years.  READ MORE