Home-owners looking to cut power bills with rooftop solar will have their systems protected from overshadowing by neighbouring developments, under new planning provisions from the Andrews Labor Government.
Victoria is pushing for an Australia-wide approach to deal with an impasse in professional indemnity insurance (PII) facing the building industry, as the combustible cladding issue affects professional premiums.
The Andrews Labor Government is making it quicker and easier to build new homes and create jobs with $5.7 million in grants and planning support for local governments across Victoria.
The Andrews Labor Government is making more affordable homes available for vulnerable Victorians through its Inclusionary Housing Pilot.
Developers of Cremorne’s Richmond Maltings site – home of the historic Nylex clock – have been given a 21-day ultimatum to clean up the deteriorating site or face fines of up to $773,000.
Students in Richmond will soon have the modern classrooms and school facilities they need to get the great education they deserve, thanks to a major upgrade by the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government will commission a $200,000 scoping study and business case for upgrading the century-old Walmer St Bridge in Richmond.
The Andrews Labor Government is introducing new reforms to reduce the cost of removing dangerous combustible cladding and boost pool safety.
The latest project from the Revitalising Central Geelong partnership is all set to ‘kick-off’ with stage one of the Malop Street Green Spine now complete.
The Andrews Labor Government is taking action to slash dental waiting lists that have swelled because of Malcolm Turnbull’s funding cuts.
The Andrews Labor Government is moving ahead with a major social housing project, with planning changes to protect vegetation, ensure good traffic flow and maintain the character of local neighbourhoods.