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Peter Kermode

Peter Kermode has reported finance and property news for state and national newspapers. He has held senior corporate affairs positions at various major companies and institutions.

Regus takes space at new Raine Square office

International serviced office provider Regus is close to finalising a lease for new office space at Raine Square, being developed by Charter Hall Group.

Finbar buys out Harmony partner

Apartment developer Finbar Group has bought the final stage of the Symphony City development site in East Perth from its joint venture partner Ventrade Australia for $4.5 million.

State government talks up strata reform, Metronet

The state government is negotiating with the Liberal and National parties to facilitate the upper house passing its proposed strata reform legislation.

Access key at Linc industrial estate

Mining services, logistics warehousing and food services firms are boosting demand for industrial property.

Airport precinct a major player

Jobs growth at Perth Airport was three times that of the CBD between 2011 and 2016 as property development in the area expands.

Jaxon targets growth at 60 years

Jaxon has re-emerged as a major contractor in the Perth market with big plans for the near term after six decades in the business.

Perth housing affordability improves: CoreLogic

Housing affordability in Perth continues to improve, according to a report from CoreLogic.

Landowner, WAPC in valuation fight

The Western Australian Planning Commission is weighing its options after losing a recent appeal against a Board of Valuers’ decision.

The Village Margaret River on the market

Sirona Capital has engaged Colliers International and CBRE to offer its 5,706 square metre shopping centre in Margaret River to the market.

Cockburn terraces at Mojo a go go

The first stage of the Mojo Urban Living estate in Cockburn Central North was launched last week, offering the first terrace-style homes in the area.

Office sublease space ticks up

The first increase in Perth’s office sublease space in almost three years is an indication of growing confidence in the market, according to CBRE.

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Landowner, WAPC in valuation fight

The Western Australian Planning Commission is weighing its options after losing a recent appeal against a Board of Valuers’ decision.

Perth housing affordability improves: CoreLogic

Housing affordability in Perth continues to improve, according to a report from CoreLogic.

State government talks up strata reform, Metronet

The state government is negotiating with the Liberal and National parties to facilitate the upper house passing its proposed strata reform legislation.

Access key at Linc industrial estate

Mining services, logistics warehousing and food services firms are boosting demand for industrial property.