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BIGGER: Galleria Shopping Centre will undergo a $300 million upgrade, increasing trading floor space up to 90,000sqm.

Perron puts more money into malls

Major private shopping centre owner Perron Group is investing heavily in its WA retail assets as competition for retail properties intensifies.

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WA revenue

7th↑Quadrant Energy$995.7m
8th↓Byrnecut$979.0m
9th↑PerronNFP
10th↑Minderoo Group$753.0m
11th↓Barminco$691.0m
105 private companies - large ranked by revenue most recent financial year

Total combined value of current WA projects

30th-LandCorpNFP
31st-PerronNFP
72 property - (built-form) developers ranked by total combined value of current WA projects ($)

Ranked by total area owned then by total assets

13th-Cbus Super36,000
14th-Perron34,730
16th↑Qube Property32,354
17th-Frasers Property Australia32,325
29 property - commercial owners ranked by size of total area in m2

Lots expected to be completed for sale, current financial year

8th↓Golden GroupNFP
9th-LendleaseNFP
10th-PerronNFP
11th↓Aigle Royal Group200
12th-Parcel Property200
38 property - land developers ranked by number of WA lots expected to be completed for sale, current financial year

Ranked by size of total area under management

1st-Vicinity Centres370,656
2nd↑Perron202,148
3rd↓Scentre Group169,012
4th-Lendlease167,746
5th↑Primewest115,070
48 shopping centre owners ranked by size of total area in m2

Number of Employees

Private Companies - Large

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