New design plans for Adelaide Festival Centre’s King William Road project have been announced as part of the next phase of Adelaide Festival Plaza’s $900 million redevelopment.
Minister for State Development and Minister for Natural Resources and Mines Dr Anthony Lynham has today announced amendments were made to the Mineral and Energy Resources (Common Provisions) Act 2014.
Acting Premier Jacinta Allan today revealed that four level crossings will be fully removed by the end of summer, well ahead of their expected schedules for removal.
$3.7 million in funding for road safety and maintenance projects has been announced as part of the South Australian State Government’s commitment to fixing and ensuring local roads are safe to drive on.
Acting Premier and Minister for Public Transport, Jacinta Allan has today attended the project’s first worksite in Domain today, revealing that works to enable the project are underway for the $10.9 billion project.
Ironside State School will soon receive their new $7 million classroom block as part of the Palaszczuk Government $667 million school infrastructure program.
Premier Mike Baird and Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance have today unveiled Sydney’s newest pedestrian tunnel.
The Liberal National Government has proposed amended legislation to State Parliament that will aim to protect payments for subcontractors involved in the construction industry.
Minister for Roads and Acting Minister for Agriculture Luke Donnellan has paid visit to Moolort in Central Victoria in a bid to encourage rural, regional, and outer-suburban councils to apply for their share of $25 million to upgrade roads.
37 level crossings are set to be removed or in the first stages of removal works by 2018, thanks in part to the Government securing the $9.7 billion lease of Port of Melbourne.
The Ellenbrook District Open Space was officially opened over the weekend, with the Southern Playing Fields and Pavilion revealed. Similarly four synthetic rectangular fields, brand new change rooms, sporting storage facilities as well as a kiosk wer
The $1.3 million housing project funded by the state government that aims to build accessible homes for residents of Keperra is set to be carried out by Batir Construction, a local Brisbane construction company.