This week I was part of a panel for the Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis (IGPA) Canberra Conversation Public Lecture series. The focus of our discussion was how we prioritise infrastructure for Canberra, with our population set to increase 6 per cent over the next three years alone. How do we plan for infrastructure that supports that change and retain what we love about Canberra?
Approvals for new units show a dramatic increase.
Canberra architect Tony Trobe explains the ins and outs of building costs.
Unique properties north and south of the lake were hotly contested at Saturday’s auctions.
Desperate first home buyers queued from 6.45am on Saturday morning to snap up 60 off-the-plan apartments earmarked for first-timers.
If you’re looking for a large home, check out these properties with five-plus bedrooms from the western suburbs to the Hills.
Tears were shed by both parties after behind-closed-doors negotiations.
A Robin Boyd house with no heritage protection has been saved from developers, selling for $1.5 million to lovers of Boyd architecture after passing in at auction.
Canberra can be an expensive place to rent but an Airbnb-style initiative is helping international university students secure an affordable roof over their heads.
Domain’s pick of the best properties on the market in the east.