Reports, strategies and plans
Current and future plans, strategies and initiatives for land use, transport planning, infrastructure investment and logistics across the Territory.
Lands and planning
Development assessment services, land information, valuation service, planning, land development and aboriginal land.
Transport and road safety
Education and awareness programs, road safety and driving campaigns, initiatives and activities, vehicle standards and compliance.
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What we are doing
The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics is upgrading the Vanderlin Drive and Leanyer Drive intersection and shared path to improve pedestrian safety and provide safe access to the Hibiscus Shopping Centre.
The Northern Territory Infrastructure Plan has been updated to reflect the Northern Territory’s implementation of economic reconstruction plans.
The Northern Territory Government is planning for the future development of the former Katherine Sports and Recreation Club on Giles Street Katherine and is seeking interested parties to register interest to develop the site into hotel accommodation.
The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics will be undertaking traffic calming works on Nightcliff Road, Nightcliff.
The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics will be undertaking works to modify the turn lanes on University Avenue approaching Roystonea Avenue.
The Northern Territory (NT) Government has provided advice to property owners following the results of an engineering assessment report into select properties in Palmerston.
The Northern Territory Government is prioritising reforms to building regulations to ensure confidence in the local building industry. These reforms are to enhance protections and improve quality-housing outcomes for Territory home owners and investors.
The Construction Snapshot provides an overview of construction industry activity valued at greater than $500,000 in the Northern Territory.
The Northern Territory Government has released a new design for the long-term traffic management solution for Coolalinga.
The draft National Road Safety Strategy 2021-30 is now available for public consultation.
From 1 March, MVR Katherine will be temporarily located at 14 Katherine Terrace, Katherine due to renovations at the Katherine Government Centre.
The Northern Territory Government has released a proposed concept for a new pedestrian crossing on McMillians Road near Northlakes Shopping Centre.
The new MVR for Business self-service system is now available, making it easier for Territory business to access popular vehicle registration transactions online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
National Safe Boating Week runs from 26 September to 2 October 2020.The department is championing safe boating in the Territory as part of a nationwide campaign led by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority.
The recently upgraded Tulagi Road and Stuart Highway intersection has different traffic signals, new to road users in the Territory.
The Northern Territory Government (NT) has delivered on its commitment to restore integrity and confidence through reform of the planning system in the NT with the amendment of the Planning Act and Regulations and the introduction of the new NT Planning Scheme 2020.
Darwin Turf Club are providing free buses for Monday’s Great Northern Darwin Cup.
The Northern Territory Government has released the Territory-wide Logistics Master Plan 2020.
The new vehicle inspection facility (VIF) is located at 61 Distribution Drive, Truck Central in Wishart.
The Northern Territory (NT) Government is delivering on its promise to restore integrity and confidence through reform of the planning system in the NT.
The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics (DIPL) has released two policies to inform parties, candidates and their representatives on the correct placement and removal of election signs and booths.
The Towards Zero Road Safety Grants Program provides an opportunity for community groups to deliver projects that target local road safety concerns.
The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics is demolishing the vacant building located on Crown Land at 24 Frances Bay Drive, Stuart Park.
Remote communities in the Northern Territory (NT) have been closed for all non-essential travel. This action was taken in response to preventing the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is impacting businesses globally in many ways including reduced trade, temporary business closures, staffing issues, and supply chain interruptions.
The release of a draft Northern Territory Planning Scheme 2020, and the draft Planning Amendment Regulations 2020, is the next step in the Government’s commitment to reforming the Northern Territory’s planning system.
The Construction Snapshot - January 2020provides an overview of construction industry activity valued at greater than $500,000 in the Northern Territory.
The Territory Labor Government is improving certainty and understanding around planning decisions with the Planning Amendment Bill 2020 now introduced into Parliament.This Bill amends the Planning Act 1999 and is the heart of promised reforms to the NT planning system to deliver a modern planning system that aligns with best practice in Australia.
We are seeking your valuable feedback in to the review of roadside rest facilities across the Northern Territory. Your feedback will help us identify improvements to roadside rest facilities to create a safer road network for road users in the Territory.
Tender award: Planning for the future duplication of the Arnhem Highway (btwn Kostka and Stuart Highway)
The Department has awarded a tender to Cardno Pty Ltd for $310,000 to develop concept plans for the future duplication of 10kms of the Arnhem Highway between Stuart Highway and Kostka Road.