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Tag: residential development

75 dwellings jammed into old bowls club

See UPDATE 9:30am Tuesday. Public hearing on Wednesday, April 16. See FULL STORY.

A developer wants to squeeze 60 two-bedroom and 15 one-bedroom units into the 11,034 square meter site of the old bowling club, between Gap Road and South Terrace. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Is NT Government turning its back on CBD project?

The NT Government appears to be turning its back on a proposed residential development creating about 70 apartments in Todd Mall. Developers say the project also has significant community benefits which would warrant a $2m grant. Minister for Central Australia Matt Conlan has declined to be interviewed on the matter, but it is understood the request for the money is being refused. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. Google Earth Image: CBD land owned by the Uniting Church, and adjoining town council carparks, which together make up the real estate where the proposed development would take place. The former Commonwealth Bank building (# 5 in the photo) has been empty for some time.

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