on 17 March 2020
Source: Courier Mail
The inland rail's economic boost to regional Queensland could top $3 billion over its first 50 years and create thousands of extra jobs nationally, according to a new report.
The report by Ernst & Young looked at potential business investment that could spring up along the planned 1700km freight line, which will link ports in Brisbane and Melbourne.
It found the railway could generate up to $13.3 billion of extra gross regional product across Queenslan...
on 15 January 2020
Source: The Courier Mail
It's nation building on a heroic scale, a train line that will reduce the Great Dividing Range to a gentle slope, the vast plains of inland Australia to scenery and hook up billions of dollars worth of products and produce to customers hungry for them across Australia and the world.
The Inland Rail, which finally got the green light from the State and Federal governments last week, is set to transform how freight gets around Queensland and Australia...
on 1 August 2018
Source: Australian Property Journal
ASX-listed Desane Group has successfully fought off the New South Wales government in the Supreme Court, in a landmark ruling over the compulsory acquisition of its prized site.
The Supreme Court of NSW decision paves the way for Desane to move forward with plans for a $100 million, 200-apartment mixed-use project at a Rozelle property that the Roads and Maritime Services authority had sought to compulsorily acquire.
Justice Hammerschlag foun...
on 11 May 2018
According to CoreLogic, Over the 12 months to April 2018, dwelling values across the combined regional markets have increased by 2.4% compared to a -0.3% fall in values across the combined capital cities. Although values in regional areas are continuing to rise, the rate of annual growth has slowed from a recent peak of 6.4% in June 2017, although the rolling quarterly rate of growth has shown an accelerating trend over the past six months.
Based on the 'Statistical Area level 4...
on 24 October 2017
Large scale infrastructure is inflating activity taking place across the construction industry according to the CoreLogic October Construction Monthly report.
CoreLogic captured 2,018 development applications and proposals flowing into the construction pipeline across Australia in the month of September. While 15.4% lower than the number of development applications captured in the previous month, it is above the five year average of 1,775.