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Rita Saffioti says the new reform will reduce duplication and create a more transparent and accountable process. Photo: Attila Csaszar

LandCorp and MRA to merge

The state government has announced a progressive merger of its two land development agencies, LandCorp and the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority, with the property industry calling for the new agency to retain the planning approvals powers held by the MRA.

The merger will occur over two years to ultimately create one central agency for land development.

This, the government said, would reduce duplication and provide a more effective and professional organisation.

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Lots expected to be completed for sale, current financial year

4th-LWP Property GroupNFP
5th↑Golden GroupNFP
6th↓LandCorp582
7th↑PRM Property GroupNFP
9th↑LendleaseNFP
39 property - land developers ranked by number of WA lots expected to be completed for sale, current financial year

Total revenue

10th↑Pilbara Ports Authority$422.6m
11th↑Racing and Wagering Western Australia$337.9m
12th↓LandCorp$325.0m
13th-Fremantle Ports$214.1m
14th↑Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority$169.1m
31 state government businesses ranked by total revenue - this year

Number of Employees

Property - (Built-form) Developers

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