Inside a glass-walled office tower on Flinders Street, a group of six planners, lawyers and architects meets every second Wednesday. Stephanie Richards talks to the people behind the powerful panel which rules on the biggest and most controversial projects changing the city skyline.
The Government’s own population projections paint a grim picture – and could have a profound effect on the way we’re governed, writes Tom Richardson.
EXCLUSIVE | The Marshall Government’s ambition to roll out a comprehensive new statewide planning framework by July has been dealt a blow with its hand-picked reform tsar resigning abruptly this week, as stakeholders warn the overhaul should be delayed.
Port Adelaide’s historic waterfront heritage and character has been let down by poor planning decisions, yet it’s not too late to revitalise the area into a vibrant, modern precinct that doesn’t turn its back on its past, argues Daniel Bennett.