The upcoming transformation of Cottesloe Beach has stepped up once again with the third development proposal in the past month.
The case escalated all the way to the Supreme Court with a judge suggesting the parties try to resolve it outside of the legal arena.
Cottesloe’s iconic Indiana Tea House is set for a stunning facelift, thanks to new plans to renovate and extend it with a luxury boutique hotel.
Regional Australia is no longer a safe haven for rental tenants and federal action is needed to keep affordable homes within reach, a new report says.
Bassendean is set to shed its image as a small town on the eastern outskirts of Perth with a call out for developers to help unlock land to build thousands of homes, including high-rises.
Golf greens have emerged as the new flashpoint in the density debate, with residents hiring lawyers and amassing a six-figure war chest to fight proposed developments.
The mayor of Cottesloe has criticised plans for three towers along the beachfront, claiming they were ‘very significantly’ over local height regulations.
Some $290 billion in funding will be required to address a mammoth social and affordable housing shortfall, a parliamentary inquiry has heard.
Development plans for Fremantle’s 118-year-old Royal George have finally been approved after years on the drawing board.
Rising like gold bullion in the sky, the first look at an upcoming Dorsett hotel reveals it will be coloured gold.
The vision of a $1 billion community in Cockburn has officially been given the green light, with the Perron Group revealing new plans for a pedestrian bridge that will finally unite the suburb.
The density debate has hit the Christian Brothers, which is facing opposition over plans for a three-storey complex in Waterford.
New Zealanders will face fewer hurdles to building extra properties in their backyards after a bipartisan agreement was struck.
Dysfunctionality, not corruption, is to blame for a dodgy marina development advertised as being similar to Port Douglas, according to Victoria's Ombudsman.
Development approval has been controversially granted for a petrol station within 100m of two upcoming childcare facilities in Golden Bay, despite widespread concerns about potential benzene fumes.
Funding has been secured for a “sexy” 50-apartment Common Ground homeless facility in Mandurah, with the first tenants expected to move in by 2024.
Planes are relatively few and far between at Perth Airport amid the hard border but its property portfolio is flying high with plans for a neighbourhood shopping centre.
Industry players have begun the autopsy on what killed the venue — and have turned discussion towards how to best use the space to activate the city.
Once billed as a ‘world class destination’, Yagan Square market hall is officially a failure with confirmation the three remaining tenants will be relocated while DevelopmentWA ponders its future use.
A proposed nine-storey tower in Maylands by developer Luke Saraceni has highlighted the stark contrast between development in the inner city and in the western suburbs.
Gnangara will be the star suburb in a new plan for the East Wanneroo district that will guide development for 150,000 residents over the next 50 years.
More than 100 Mosman Park residents have hired a town planner, a traffic expert and a public relations professional in one of the fiercest campaigns ever staged against a proposed apartment block.
Revised plans for a smaller, greener beachfront apartment complex in Marine Terrace Cottesloe will go before the WA Planning Commission tomorrow.
A new national approach on homelessness could house the most vulnerable under a 10-year plan, according to a parliamentary committee.
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