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 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.
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.
Thank you to the community members who provided input to Stage 3 consultation of the concept design for road safety upgrades at Pinelands and Holtze.