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Engineering group grows into new office

MSP Engineering has established a new headquarters in West Perth to cater for a bigger workforce as it builds a $400 million lithium processing plant in Kwinana.

RBA warns of rising risk in housing market

The Reserve Bank of Australia says there is reason to believe commodity prices could rise higher than expected but is concerned about increasing risks in the housing market.

Investa, Eureka offer glimpse of new QV1

QV1 co-owners Investa Property Group and Eureka Real Assets have unveiled the look of Perth CBD's newest food precinct, the $6.5 million first phase of nearly $150 million worth of redevelopment works at the 43-level office tower.

Inpex to have name up in lights under new lease deal

Oil and gas giant Inpex will hang its logo 24 storeys above the Perth CBD, after confirming it will stay put at 100 St Georges Terrace, one of two new leases covering 20,000 square metres in the ISPT-owned building.

London calling for office tenants

Office landlord Hawaiian's refurbishment program at London House has paid dividends, with three new tenants taking space in the 18-level St Georges Terrace building in the past three weeks.

Ezone a step closer for UWA

The University of Western Australia's proposed $600 million engineering zone at its Crawley campus has taken a major step towards construction, with plans lodged to build the development's $80 million first stage.

Brookfield confirms Westpac as Tower 2 tenant

Banking giant Westpac has been confirmed as the newest tenant for Brookfield Place Tower 2, as one of the city's newest office towers moves towards full occupancy.

Concerns mount over e-conveyancing

The move to an electronic conveyancing platform for house and land transactions in WA is being rushed, according to a peak lobby group.

Builder denies claims of 'misleading' reviews

One of Western Australia's 10 biggest homebuilders has denied any wrongdoing, after the corporate regulator claimed it created and manipulated review websites to spread favourable information about the company.

Retailers waiting for redeveloped city malls

Vacant shops are usually considered to be harbingers of doom and gloom in the retail sector, but that may not necessarily be the case in Perth's CBD.

Uni hits snag in new building plan

The University of Notre Dame has hit a roadblock for its plans to develop a new building in Fremantle, with council officers recommending the proposal be rejected because it is too tall for the port city's historic West End.

Stalled South Beach apartments site to be revived

Resource Development Group is continuing its push into residential construction, winning a $27 million contract to build a 24-townhouse project just south of Fremantle's South Beach, on an apartments site abandoned by Stockland following the GFC.

Fleetwood wins NSW prisons work

Perth-based Fleetwood Corporation has won an $8.7 million contract to build new educational program buildings at several custodial centres for the NSW government.

Investors bullish on apartment stock

Western Australian apartment investors are increasingly confident that their properties will provide a capital return, even over the short term.

Labor stands by property surcharge

ANALYSIS: The Labor Party has no intention of backing down on its planned 4 per cent stamp duty surcharge on foreign buyers of residential properties if it wins the general election on March 11.

Perth housing affordability up as values slip again

Perth home prices are now 10 per cent below the market peak of 2014, after the sector lost gains made in January to fall 2.4 per cent last month.

Reviving history at Swan Valley site

Restoration work is set to get under way on one of the Swan Valley's oldest buildings, with plans lodged to create a grower's market, art gallery and artist studios, grape processing facility and w

International eyes on medical assets

Specialist medical centres are emerging as the asset type of choice for offshore buyers in Perth, according to local boutique management and consulting firm Griffin Group.

More developers forced to change South Perth plans

Frustration is mounting among developers in South Perth as they are forced to reassess projects after the second major change to the suburb's town planning guidelines in the past six years.

New Civic Heart to be 25% smaller

Finbar Group's new plan for its Civic Heart site in South Perth will have 74 fewer apartments and an end value 45 per cent lower than its original proposal, while it will be delivered a year after the first project was scheduled to be complete, the developer has revealed.

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