The Urban Melbourne Data Portal is a subscription-only service which allows subscribers to obtain a more holistic view of our trusted Project Database.
Subscribers have access to a more granular level of data we keep on development projects right around Melbourne and also have the ability to export the public domain information we aggregate for more in-depth analysis.
Want to gain a deeper understanding on the state of play in Melbourne's development scene? Want to be able to use our data in your own analytical tools? Looking to save time getting the data you're looking for?
Don't want to pay multiple thousands of dollars every year?
If you answer any of the above questions in the affirmative then becoming a subscriber is for you.
How much does a subscription cost?
$1000 + GST per annum.
Annual subscriptions are for one user login only. If you wish to grant more than one employee in your organisation with their own access to the Data Portal, each extra user account will be charged at $75 + GST per annum and added to your annual invoice.
A few other things…
Upon receipt of your signup form we generate an invoice and send to the email address provided in the form. We will only grant access to subscribers whose subscription fee has been cleared into the bank account of Alamar AV Communications Pty Ltd (publisher of this website).
Invoices are automatically set to recur each year on the date of the first invoice.
It is our hope that all our subscribers will see the value in maintaining a subscription as we constantly update and add new datasets over time, however should wish to cancel a subscription, our refund policy is as follows:
Annual. Refunds may be requested and the amount to be refunded will be based on your subscription tenure. If a refund is requested within the first 0-3 months in your subscription period, the maximum refund is $500; 4-6 months $350; 7-9 months: $200; 10-12 months: nil.
Extra user accounts on Annual subscriptions - no refunds. If you wish to remove some users from your annual subscription, the access will remain until your annual renewal date and the user will not be present on the next invoice.
Box Hill continues to rack up significant planning applications, with the eastern hub showing no sign of slowing in its skyward progression. Three significant proposals are in the works, potentially adding hundreds of new apartments to the Box Hill market, which has well and truly blossomed over recent years.
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Once again Melbourne has turned it on for the spectacular cultural juggernaut that is White Night. A crowd of around 600,000 took part in the all night festival of projections, performances, artworks and installations. Stealing the show again this year was the extraordinary projections upon the Royal Exhibition Building.
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