The Northern Territory Planning Commission is creating a strategic land use plan for Central Darwin – from Frances Bay and the Waterfront through to Cullen Bay and all areas in between.
Do you want to be part of the changing face of the Northern Territory? Are you passionate about development, design, architecture and planning? Expressions of interest for the Development Consent Authority Board are now open to Territorians who want a say as to how their town or city develops.
Access to the Mandorah Jetty has been restricted to pedestrian access until further notice.
The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics wishes to advise that the Building Advisory Services front counter will be closed from 2:00pm, Friday 7 December 2018.
The Alice Springs community will soon have 63 Bus Stops with enhanced shelter, seating and accessibility for Asbus passengers.
Brighter futures and better facilities are within reach for Acacia Hill School students.
Join us at the CBD Expo!
The Construction Snapshot provides an overview of construction industry activity valued at greater than $500 000 in the Northern Territory.
On Friday, 16 November 2018, the Northern Territory Government, Australian Government and City of Darwin signed the historic $200 million Darwin City Deal to turbo-charge the local economy and cement Darwin’s position as a liveable tropical capital city for generations to come.
The Department of Infrastructure Planning and Logistics is proud to congratulate our Towards Zero partner, the Northern Territory Motor Accidents (Compensation) Commission (MACC) and their delivery partner Kidsafe NT.