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    Putting heritage in its place

    Putting heritage in its place

    30 Mar 2004 by Tracey Cook

    Both sides of the heritage argument are passionate in their views. WA Business News recently gathered some of the key heritage players together to discuss a raft of heritage issues, and maybe find some solutions. Tracey Cook reports. ...

    ING in talks on Armadale

    ING in talks on Armadale

    30 Mar 2004 by Tracey Cook

    ING Real Estate is planning a $45 million redevelopment of its Armadale Shopping Centre, expanding the regional centre from its current 20,000 square metres to 30,000sq m. ...

    Rights and certainty critical

    Rights and certainty critical

    30 Mar 2004 by Tracey Cook

    THE erosion of property rights and lack of certainty were the two main problems identified by participants in the WA Business News heritage forum. ...

    Getting compensation right

    Getting compensation right

    30 Mar 2004 by Tracey Cook

    IN a an unprecedented move the Heritage Council last month offered to make up a $150,000 profit shortfall to the developer of the controversial Court Hotel project if part of the Beaufort Street building was retained in the planned residential and retail ...

    Dispute over redevelopments

    Dispute over redevelopments

    30 Mar 2004 by Tracey Cook

    MANY of the participants in the recent WA Business News heritage forum considered the State Government’s implementation of planning authorities to be a double-edged sword. ...

    A shared passion for heritage progress

    A shared passion for heritage progress

    30 Mar 2004 by Tracey Cook

    THROUGHOUT the WA Business News heritage forum it was evident participants shared a passion to move the heritage debate forward and seek out real solutions. ...

    Hale faces new money woe

    Hale faces new money woe

    23 Mar 2004 by Tracey Cook

    TEN years on from its last financial scandal exclusive Wembley Downs boys college, Hale School, has called in the police and auditors to investigate allegations of a funds deficit linked to its former director of finance and governance. ...

    Coastal council concerns

    Coastal council concerns

    23 Mar 2004 by Tracey Cook

    STATE Government moves to implement a Coastal Planning and Coordination Council to determine appropriate development along the coast has received a mixed reaction from local government authorities. ...

    Evans & Tate targets water use

    Evans & Tate targets water use

    23 Mar 2004 by Tracey Cook

    MARGARET River wine producer Evans & Tate this week announced a sponsorship deal for its Margaret River Action Plan, also known as the Shorehaven Project. ...

    Crawley project succeeds

    Crawley project succeeds

    16 Mar 2004 by Tracey Cook

    THE recently launched Cygne Crawley Edge apartment project has proven to be an early success in the Perth market, revealing that demand for premium apartments remains sound. ...

    Fire safety concerns ignited

    Fire safety concerns ignited

    16 Mar 2004 by Tracey Cook

    CONCERNS about the fire safety standards in some Perth nightclubs and other high-risk public buildings have prompted the City of Perth to consider establishing a risk management strategy to ensure building owners comply with current standards in the Build ...

    Merged business to the target top end

    Merged business to the target top end

    16 Mar 2004 by Tracey Cook

    WESTERN Australian-based multi-platform real estate agency Asset Domain has merged with Dempsey Real Estate to create an integrated real estate company specialising in the top-end property market. ...

    Industrial property sector emerges from its slumber

    Industrial property sector emerges from its slumber

    16 Mar 2004 by Tracey Cook

    AFTER a decade of stagnation the industrial property market is experiencing a strong upturn and rental growth is tipped to be on the horizon. ...

    Heritage comes at a cost

    Heritage comes at a cost

    16 Mar 2004 by Tracey Cook

    THE City of Perth has launched a program of financial incentives to encourage conservation of heritage places. ...

    CBH site to be reborn

    CBH site to be reborn

    09 Mar 2004 by Tracey Cook

    IN a move that will take advantage of the strong demand for office accomodation in West Perth, new owners of the former CBH headquarters plan to extensively refurbish the property as part of a multi-million dollar redevelopment of the site. ...

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