State Administrative Tribunal

Get it all at your suburban mall

Developers are bringing the main street back to the suburbs by integrating them, as well as housing, into new shopping centre builds.

Aldi jumps in on $50m Innaloo cinema revamp

Revised plans for a $50 million revamp of Innaloo Cinema Centre include an Aldi discount supermarket and restaurant, small bar and other hospitality tenancies in the place of a bowling alley previousl

Report calls for transparency in public projects

The Civil Contractors Federation Western Australia has backed a Productivity Commission report recommending large infrastructure projects be unbundled into smaller packages to encourage competition among contractors.

Mirvac goes budget at Burswood

Mirvac Group has cleared the way for development of its next high-rise apartment tower at Burswood after overcoming objections from local residents and the local council to its revised plans.

$135m Swanbourne apartments to proceed

Blackburne Property Group has passed major development milestones on three of its projects, with the most significant being planning approval for what will be one of the largest apartment developments in Perth’s western suburbs.

Govt to amend land tax after court ruling

The state government will retrospectively amend its land tax legislation after a court ruling broadened the potential for property developers to obtain an exemption.

Jurien family claims ruling left it high and dry

PERTH businessman Paul Underwood says a prolonged dispute with the Department of Water over compulsorily acquired freehold land has burdened his family with extensive legal costs and left them with a