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Compulsory Land Acquisition for the Suburban Rail Loop Project

Australia - April 9 2021 The State Government’s $50 billion Suburban Rail Loop project seeking to deliver a 90-kilometre rail line through Melbourne’s middle suburbs is now in…

Beth Barbour.

Accrued Rights Given a Limited Interpretation by the Tribunal for Garden Area Requirements

Australia - March 23 2021 The recent case of Owen v Boroondara City Council (‘Owen v Boroondara CC’) saw the determination of a question of law relating to accrued rights for…

Beth Barbour.

COVID-19: What does it mean for planning matters?

Australia - April 9 2020 COVID-19, otherwise known as Coronavirus, is undoubtedly the most talked-about topic in the world right now and the impacts that the pandemic is…

Hannah Wilson.

Shady grounds: Amendment C278 to the Melbourne Planning Scheme

Australia - September 16 2019 A review of the provisions relating to sunlight access in public parks in the City of Melbourne is currently underway. Amendment C278 proposes to…

Hannah Wilson, Miranda Clark.

Shelf life of a planning permit: the effect of changing market forces

Australia - August 1 2019 The Windsor Hotel and One Queensbridge, both of which have featured in the media recently in relation to extending time on their respective planning…

Hannah Wilson, Miranda Clark.