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Property Council WA ready to work on commercial tenancy code of conduct

Property Council WA has pledged property industry support for efforts by Premier Mark McGowan to keep WA businesses strong - starting with a fair commercial tenancy code of conduct.

Property Council WA supports efforts to ease virus pain

Property Council WA Executive Director Sandra Brewer has offered the State Government industry support to protect incomes, jobs and solvency.

Project 90K sets out bold vision for Perth’s CBD

Property Council WA has unveiled a bold vision to set aside the areas needed for foundation infrastructure to support a central Perth population of three times its current level.

Property Council WA advocates for affordable medium density

Perth’s so-called missing middle must be affordable and well-designed, Property Council WA says.

Primewest selects Sheffield to manage significant Perth office assets

Primewest has appointed WA-owned commercial office specialist Sheffield Property to manage a key group of office assets in the city.

Reclaiming residential: How Perth is going bill-free, mixing up our communities and helping the homeless

The Property Council of Australia's Reclaiming Residential conference in March will showcase the changing face of suburban residential living.

Alan Tudge outlines city deal opportunity for Perth CBD

A March lunch being hosted by Property Council WA will present a not-to-be-missed chance to hear about Perth's future City Deal.

Civic Heart centre of debate about certainty

Planning Minister Rita Saffioti should be commended for her leadership, carefully considering a range of factors before approving Finbar’s Civic Heart project in South Perth.

It’s office-ial, East Perth included in Property Council’s Office Market Report

For the first time ever, the Property Council’s February Office Market Report will capture East Perth specific information about office vacancies and performance.

Retirement village review risks alienating residents and operators

Property Council of Australia says the State Government's retirement village review lacks transparency and is being made overly complex.

Future leader calls for attitude change

Unapologetic property industry advocate, Urbis associate director Sean Morrison, has used his platform as Stan Perron Future Leader 2019 to call for West Australians to change their attitude to planning.

Property Council WA praises revised City of Perth population targets

The City of Perth’s decision to more than double its residential population targets to 90,000 will help central Perth reach its potential.

Drone delivery poses new challenges for WA industrial players

A panel of experts has told a Property Council WA event that drone delivery is closer to becoming a reality - and will require a re-think from planners.

Perth's newest commercial hub launches at Murdoch Health and Knowledge Precinct

Sheffield Property are calling for expressions of interest in Western Australia’s most dynamic new office space, in Perth’s fast-growing southern corridor.

Experts tip price growth for Perth housing

Perth has gone from being Australia’s least affordable city to the most - but it's ready for price growth, a Property Council WA lunch has heard.

Property Council WA wins stamp duty relief

Property Council WA is counting the State Government’s rebates of up to $50,000 for off-the-plan apartments as a significant policy win.

WA industrial players build on infrastructure momentum

As consumer demand changes, retail and logistics operations start to blur - with automated warehouses a notable aspect of the changing landscape.

Sub-lease office space in hot demand

Perth's office market is heating up, leading independent commercial property specialists Sheffield Property say.

Glimmer of hope in WA house prices

Perth house prices have slumped over the past five years but positive signs are emerging for West Australian households, creating hope of a rebound in residential values.

Density, diversity and the new Australian dream

There’s a word that triggers fear in the community. It’s the D-word – density. That’s why Property Council WA commissioned research to find out what density really means to people and how they believe it will impact their lives.

Tax levers could stimulate property growth

It’s encouraging to hear Treasurer Ben Wyatt being upfront about how land and other taxes may be contributing to weaker conditions for West Australian homeowners and investors.

Perfect storm brewing for Perth office market

Activity in Perth's CBD office market reflects the start of a rebound, leading office specialists Sheffield Property say.

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Perfect storm brewing for Perth office market

Activity in Perth's CBD office market reflects the start of a rebound, leading office specialists Sheffield Property say.

Experts tip price growth for Perth housing

Perth has gone from being Australia’s least affordable city to the most - but it's ready for price growth, a Property Council WA lunch has heard.

Alan Tudge outlines city deal opportunity for Perth CBD

A March lunch being hosted by Property Council WA will present a not-to-be-missed chance to hear about Perth's future City Deal.

Property Council WA praises revised City of Perth population targets

The City of Perth’s decision to more than double its residential population targets to 90,000 will help central Perth reach its potential.

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Perfect storm brewing for Perth office market

Activity in Perth's CBD office market reflects the start of a rebound, leading office specialists Sheffield Property say.

Tax levers could stimulate property growth

It’s encouraging to hear Treasurer Ben Wyatt being upfront about how land and other taxes may be contributing to weaker conditions for West Australian homeowners and investors.

Density, diversity and the new Australian dream

There’s a word that triggers fear in the community. It’s the D-word – density. That’s why Property Council WA commissioned research to find out what density really means to people and how they believe it will impact their lives.

Glimmer of hope in WA house prices

Perth house prices have slumped over the past five years but positive signs are emerging for West Australian households, creating hope of a rebound in residential values.