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  • May
    2014

    New Awards Program to lift industry standards

    During 2014 UDIA (NT) is introducing a development industry Awards program, which will for the first time enable Northern Territory developers to gain access to the very prestigious “UDIA National...

  • Mar
    2014
  • Feb
    2014

    Regulations Add to High Costs of Housing

    The Urban Development Institute of Australia has long been concerned about the high costs of housing throughout Australia; in fact this was the key issue we focussed on in our discussions with both...

  • Dec
    2013

    Building a Sound Foundation for Darwin's Future

    The Urban Development Institute of Australia (NT) believes that the Northern Territory needs a solid foundation of planning, a capable and modern development industry and appropriate legislative,...

  • Nov
    2013

    Masterful Plan for Darwin's CBD

    The secret is out!  Darwin’s Central Business District has the opportunity to develop in line with a new blueprint which has been prepared by consultants working with the City of Darwin, the Northern...

  • Oct
    2013

    Time is Right for Developing the North

    The Federal Government's paper titled “2030 Vision for Developing Northern Australia” (June 2013) is impressive in its content and scope.  While the idea of developing the north is not new, there are...

  • Oct
    2013

    EnviroDevelopment

    EnviroDevelopment is a scientifically based rating tool that makes it easier for purchasers and tenants to recognize and select more environmentally sustainable homes, workplaces and lifestyles.  The...

  • Sep
    2013

    12 Cranes on the Skyline

    There is no doubt that the Ichthys project has started to impact on Darwin’s economy.  This impact is about to step up a gear, with the project worker’s village now open and the resulting increases...

  • Sep
    2013

    UDIA National Policy

    Foreword Australia is one of the most urbanised countries in the world and, today, 16 million Australians (80%) live in cities and towns. By 2031, the Australian Bureau of Statistics estimates the...

  • Sep
    2013

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