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More than half Melbourne’s construction cranes fill suburban skylines

More than half the city’s cranes are swinging over the suburbs as the high-rise development boom takes hold beyond the CBD. The most recent crane census by planning website Urban Melbourne found 63 cranes outside central and inner-city areas. That is almost 60% of the total crane population.


The company has a crane at a 16-storey high-rise in Glen Waverley and others in Mitcham and Vermont. Other crane companies report they are operating as far out as Edithvale and Rowville. 

Almost 80 per cent of cranes in the outer suburbs are working on residential projects, as opposed to commercial buildings, according to Urban Melbourne’s July data.

Global construction company Rider Levett Bucknall also conducts a crane count, and in March reported that the number of residential crane jobs in Melbourne had jumped from 51 per cent to 70 per cent in just the space of six months. 

Melbourne’s seemingly insatiable appetite for apartments is no better illustrated by Bruce Street, in Box Hill, where a nine-floor apartment building is under construction.

From the top of Central Gardens, 20 kilometres from the hustle and bustle of the city, the CBD’s grand skyscrapers look like Lego-sized mirages on the horizon. But in the past few years this leafy neighbourhood has been changing dramatically.

Shiny new apartment developments have begun to dominate a street once conquered by near-identical brick homes, with brown-tiled roofs and Hills Hoists in the backyard.

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