Published on 16 January 2019 Devonport City Council’s Best Street Pay-As-You-Leave (PAYL) Car Park will be closed from Monday 28 January 2019, to allow work
Published on 16 November 2018 The Devonport City Council has lodged a development application for the redevelopment of the waterfront parkland, part of the next
The Devonport City Council has officially opened Stage 1 of its ambitious LIVING CITY project.
Harris Scarfe and the Devonport City Council have signed a commercial agreement which will see the national retailer move from its current Best Street site to refurbished premises at 17 Fenton Way, Devonport.
Stage 1 of Devonport’s LIVING CITY project has proved a boon for the next generation of local tradespeople with about 60 apprentices having worked on the project over the last two years.
Published on 18 December 2017 Devonport City Council has unveiled the branding for the new multi-purpose building and arts centre which form part of
Published on 12 October 2017 Devonport City Council Mayor Steve Martin said, “The work-sites are a hive of activity with up to 170 workers
Published on 04 October 2017 Devonport City Council has signed an agreement with Tasmanian construction firm Fairbrother Pty Ltd as the preferred proponent for the
Published on 05 July 2017 Recent job growth figures published by the Department of Employment forecast strong jobs growth in the accommodation and food services, retail and
Published on 08 May 2017 Striking an imposing structure above the site fencing in Oldaker Street, the shear scale of Providore Place is now evident