Sydney

Sydney’s deep divide and how to end it

Urgent policy action is needed to provide better health outcomes and effective job density as Sydney’s population doubles over the next 40 years, according to the Committee for Sydney. The…

Sydney start-up’s winning ideas for road woes

A Sydney smart transport start-up, Clearways Mobility, has been named as one of five finalists for one of the world’s largest economics prizes. The 2017 Wolfson Economics Prize attracted entries…

New fish market on the way, as consultants appointed

Leading architecture and urban planning firm FJMT and global engineering and development consultancy Mott MacDonald are among successful tenderers appointed to the redevelopment of Sydney’s Bays Market District.

City of Sydney: Planning Program Manager – Sustainability

The City is seeking an experienced sustainability professional to lead the delivery of planning and development related actions to improve the environmental performance of the City’s residents, workers and visitors in line with our environmental strategies and action plans.

Arrivals looking beautiful at your local train platform

Infrastructure is no longer just about engineering. A growing number of major transport projects are turning to leading architects to make the humble train station or light rail stop into a thing of beauty.

Sydney to help upgrade high-rise apartments as bill shock bites

Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore says energy bill increases of up to 40 per cent could be seen for some unfortunate apartment owners this financial year, though a new round of the city’s Smart Green Apartments program could help to reduce the pain.