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    Office market tightens on expansion flurry

    Office market tightens on expansion flurry

    16 Dec 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    OFFICE leasing is the CBD has become increasingly competitive as growing firms absorb record levels of office space, and owners of older buildings mobilise plans to reposition their stock to compete with a raft of new offerings to the market. ...

    Wesbeam scrapes back towards black

    Wesbeam scrapes back towards black

    16 Dec 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    Building products manufacturer Wesbeam posted an improved result in financial year 2009-10, but remains short of being profitable, according to its latest accounts. ...

    Cottesloe push to undermine councils

    Cottesloe push to undermine councils

    16 Dec 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    A PROMINENT Perth-based lawyer has questioned the need for local governments to remain involved in town planning, after Planning Minister John Day last week moved to smooth the way for mid-rise development on Cottesloe’s beachfront. ...

    Oversupply hits home

    Oversupply hits home

    09 Dec 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    PERTH’S residential property market is in a state of oversupply and in the midst of a price correction with industry experts warning the market has been overstimulated. ...

    Building, construction boost tipped for ’11

    Building, construction boost tipped for ’11

    09 Dec 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    WESTERN Australia’s construction and development sector is set for a change in fortune after a lacklustre 2010, according to new research by construction industry analysts Davis Langdon. ...

    Perth property popular overseas

    Perth property popular overseas

    02 Dec 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    PERTH’S property markets are proving attractive to overseas investors, with new research showing office, retail and industrial sectors in Western Australia are undervalued amid rising enquiry levels from offshore investors. ...

    Georgiou ruling boosts Stirling proposal

    Georgiou ruling boosts Stirling proposal

    25 Nov 2010 by Mark Beyer

    PLANS to develop a major ‘city centre’ at Innaloo have been given a boost after Planning Minister John Day took the rare step of intervening in a long-running dispute between Georgiou Capital and the City of Stirling. ...

    Panoramic free to build at Lanfranchi: SAT

    Panoramic free to build at Lanfranchi: SAT

    25 Nov 2010 by Alistair Marchesi

    A RECENT decision by the State Administrative Tribunal will allow nickel miner Panoramic Resources to construct a workers’ accommodation camp at one of its mines sites despite objections from the Shire of Coolgardie. ...

    Finbar to build in East Perth

    Finbar to build in East Perth

    25 Nov 2010 by Alistair Marchesi

    DEVELOPER Finbar Group has reached a joint venture agreement with Heyspring International to build 190 new residential apartments in East Perth. ...

    Aspen’s $33m sale

    Aspen’s $33m sale

    25 Nov 2010 by Alistair Marchesi

    PROPERTY investment and funds manager Aspen Group has made a profit after selling an office property in inner Melbourne for $33.3 million. ...

    Broome buy-up

    Broome buy-up

    25 Nov 2010 by Alistair Marchesi

    THE Department of Housing has bought the Broome Motel in an effort to address the shortage of cheap accommodation for workers in Broome. ...

    Fini flag still flying after ‘retirement’

    Fini flag still flying after ‘retirement’

    18 Nov 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    Since retiring from the board of Mirvac in June, Adrian Fini is still making an impact on the Perth property scene. ...

    Stockyards sets up blue-chip Hazelmere estate

    Stockyards sets up blue-chip Hazelmere estate

    18 Nov 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    HAZELMERE is emerging as a major site in Perth’s industrial land market, after Coca-Cola Amatil signed a 10-year lease to join blue-chip tenants Toll IPEC and MTU Detroit Diesel at Goodman International’s Stockyards Industrial Estate. ...

    MBA calls for training changes

    MBA calls for training changes

    18 Nov 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    THE Master Builders Association has identified industry driven training schemes and employer bond systems as new strategies to address anticipated skills shortages over the next two years at its annual Skills Summit. ...

    PIA awards plan

    PIA awards plan

    18 Nov 2010 by Dan Wilkie

    THE firm behind the overarching plan that will help guide Perth’s suburban residential, retail and commercial development over the next 20 years has received a national Planning Institute of Australia Award for planning excellence. ...

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