Controversial former health department boss Dr Neale Fong has emerged with a new role as executive chairman of a small exploration company that is planning to list on the Australian stock exchange next month.
While there is no shortage of tenants looking for space in the Perth CBD, Saville Australia’s proposed 60,000 square metre office tower at Capital Square has actually intensified the competition to secure one of the largest tenants in the market left to p
Although it’s still four years away from completion, the impact of the new Perth to Bunbury Highway is already being felt in residential property markets in the Peel and South West regions as more buyers look for medium to long-term growth prospects.
New home sales in Western Australia have started strongly in 2008, rising by 47.1 per cent in January from the previous month their highest level since March 2006, according to the Housing Industry Association.
Western Australia has lost ground in its proportion of national exploration expenditure, slipping two percentage points between the September and December quarters of 2007 to achieve a 50.1 per cent spend, new Australian Bureau of Statistics figures show.
Relations between the Corruption and Crime Commission of Western Australia and its Parliamentary Inspector Malcolm McCusker QC have reached a new low, following the release of yet another critical report into CCC activities today.
While the ambitious $120 million redevelopment proposed for Scarborough’s landmark Rendezvous Observation City site is tipped to be the catalyst for further development in the area, a long-awaited planning amendment is still proving to be a stumbling bloc
The $120 million plan to transform Scarborough’s ageing Rendezvous Observation City Hotel site may be another feather in the cap for planning and architecture firm HASSELL, but the firm is well aware of the enormous potential logistical challenges ahead.
Perth’s position as the nation’s tightest office market is posing serious problems for employers trying to attract quality staff, according to Colliers International director of office leasing, Ian Campbell.
Having compiled a portfolio of prime Western Australian properties during the past four years, Sydney-based boutique funds manager EG Funds Management is poised to ramp up its activity in the west with a number of developments in the pipeline.
With the first of the new breed of Perth office towers at least 12 months away from completion, developers are transforming small city sites into boutique office blocks and reaping the rewards in the interim.
Following on from the success of its state-of-the-art Oral Health Centre development at Nedlands’ Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre, architectural and planning practice Hames Sharley has been called back to design and plan a landmark $100 million research
Gold and base metals explorer, Augustus Minerals Ltd, has made a lacklustre debut on the Australian stock market today, with its shares opening at 40 cents each or 20 per cent down on their offer price of 50 cents.
Joint venture partners Charter Hall Ltd and Cape Bouvard Investments have confirmed the signing of Clough Ltd to anchor their new $220 million Alluvion office tower under construction on Mounts Bay Road.
Shares in besieged takeover target Golden West Resources Ltd continued their downward spiral today, following the shock resignation late Friday of the company's chairman Geoff Wedlock and managing director Gary Hutchinson.
Reducing the environmental footprint of Perth’s new and existing office stock has become a major commitment for landlords, developers, architects and tenants alike; and now interior designers are finding themselves part of the equation.