DRIVER: Alex Gregg says he expects a wave of development to follow the Aubin Grove train station. Photo: Richard Noble & Company

Station spurs density in Aubin Grove

A new train station at Aubin Grove has been the catalyst behind an evolution of product from residential land developer Richard Noble & Company.


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Industry knows that the amenity has to come first; the challenge for governments both State and local is how to ensure that the amenity is provided early OR that land is not underdeveloped in the interim. Developers can't be expected to put their money on the line based on a 'maybe' just because, as Mr Gregg has said, the plan looks good on paper.

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Lots expected to be completed for sale, current financial year

14th↓Qube Property155
15th-Frasers Property AustraliaNFP
16th↓Richard Noble & CompanyNFP
17th↓Western CorporateNFP
18th↓PRM Property GroupNFP
39 property - land developers ranked by number of WA lots expected to be completed for sale, current financial year


29th-VPG Property7
30th↓Sheffield Property GroupNFP
31st↓Richard Noble & Company5
32nd↓Alpha Property & Facilities Management4
33rd-LPC Cresa5
45 real estate - commercial ranked by commercial staff [this field is calculated by applying the % of business commercial to the total staff in WA.]

Year established in WA

6th-W.G Manners & Company1895
7th-Dawson's Garden World1903
8th↓Richard Noble & Company1913
10th-Hiddlestone Electrics1920
38 WA business dynasties ranked by year established in WA

Number of Employees

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