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

Friday, March 31, 2017, by Project Urban

Three years in the making, the new Western Downs Regional Planning Scheme commenced on 20 March, 2017. It heralds a simpler and more streamlined process that represents the region post-amalgamation. Over the coming weeks, I’ll break down just how promising the future for the region is, looking with continuing confidence from both local and national sources.  READ MORE

Monday, March 13, 2017, by Project Urban

A respected multi-disciplinary planning and development consultancy firm has opened a Dalby office on the strength of compelling opportunities in the region. Business leaders including the President, Dalby Chamber of Commerce and CEO, Toowoomba and Surat Basin Enterprises have welcomed the move.  READ MORE

Tuesday, September 20, 2016, by Project Urban

Infill density is a term you’re likely to hear a lot more about and it refers to filling in the gaps in existing urban areas. The goal is to increase density with apartments and town houses all within the existing urban fabric. But Houston, we have a problem the planning scheme density provisions are too low.  READ MORE

Wednesday, August 24, 2016, by Project Urban

Last week’s turning of the sod at Harmony Palmview was more than just another media opportunity for a new residential development. Andrew Stevens, Managing Director at Project Urban says it’s the culmination of 10 years of hard work and planning to create a new residential community for up to 12,000 Sunshine Coast residents.   READ MORE