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Finbar rejigs South Perth plan

Apartment developer Finbar Group is planning to revise its Civic Heart project in South Perth, after agreeing to purchase a neighbouring property that includes the heritage-listed Australia Post building on Mill Point Rd.

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It's great to see this happening. Incorporating heritage-listed buildings into this style of development is of huge importance, and when done correctly will go a long way to preserving our city's history. Hopefully these actions go some way towards convincing the objectors to Mill Point's redevelopment that their is merit in these and future plans. If Perth is to need 800,000 extra homes in the next 35 years as reported today then high-rise living must be a consideration.

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Finbar Group (FRI)

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Total Shareholder Return as at 31/01/18

1 year TSR5 year TSR
356thFinbar Group16%3%
398thBWP Trust9%11%
564thSwick Mining Services-19%-6%
612thVeris-26%8%
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13/09/17
$203k Issued
18/04/17
$40k Bought
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$43k Bought
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Revenue

36th-BWP Trust$152.5m
37th↑Swick Mining Services$130.0m
38th↑Finbar Group$125.8m
39th↑Veris$107.9m
40th↓Quintis$97.4m
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84thDarren Pateman$876k
111thJohn Chan$751k
311thRonald Chan$416k
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