Holiday time - see you in 2018

The team at Urban Melbourne would like to take this opportunity to thank all our readers, and particularly our regular contributors, for making 2017 another successful year.

After four years of shining a light on Melbourne's ever-burgeoning development sector, 2018 beckons as another busy year with many more projects on the go.

The heart of Urban Melbourne remains the passion and dedication in shining a light on Melbourne's development industry, planning and transport environment in a manner that is informative, analytical and in our own words.

We expect our content base will be greatly expanded next year and Urban Melbourne will continue to create organic and considered content; no less than what our city deserves.

With mandate in hand, we will actively seek the very best people with a passion for Melbourne's planning, transport and development scene to deliver additional content for Urban Melbourne.

Whether existing or prospective clients, developers, sale agents, public relations, architects or any one of a myriad of industry involved firms feel free to talk to us, as we'd be more than happy to talk to you.

Urban Melbourne will return in the new year confident that you the reader, property buyer or industry participant will enjoy and benefits of the next leg of our journey.

2018 promises so much...we intend to deliver far more!


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Development & Planning

Thursday, April 19, 2018 - 12:00
The City of Melbourne's Boyd Park concept plan is a step closer to being realised with Melbourne City Council via its Future (Planning) Committee forum, endorsing the scheme and resolving to issue a Planning Permit.

Transport & Design

MCG redevelopment, Jolimont railyards, Fed Square East, Jolimont rail corridor deck
Friday, April 20, 2018 - 00:00
A topic which rears its head at least once a year is the decking of the Jolimont railyards as a means of providing a stronger connection between the Melbourne CBD and the Yarra River, while adding to the city's open space network.