It has taken something dramatic like burning building cladding to focus governments on the chronic failings of our building industry when it comes to key aspects of public interest. It is going to take billions of dollars to fix this, while the victims will suffer traumatic dislocation. Taxpayers and victims will end up paying most […]
Toronto’s proposed Quayside community was supposed to be a brag-worthy global showcase for what a smart city, “built from the internet up,” would look like.
Our capital cities are not just badly governed. They are not governed. We need a governance revolution, argues Tim Williams.
Industry bodies could have greater influence on the direction of the NABERS rating system if proposed changes to the governance structure are adopted.