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    Building industry forecasts released

    Building and construction industry forecasts released today document the passing of two booms – mining and residential – and the impact of that on this sector of the Australian economy

  • Construction industry should benefit from Budget 2016

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    While last night’s Budget was anything but revolutionary, with little to affect property investors and the world of real estate, one sector that will benefit, according to Master Builders Australia, is construction.

  • Does higher-density city development leave urban forests out on a limb?

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    As cities become denser and the traditional suburban “house and garden” is redeveloped, buildings are replacing trees. How is it possible to reconcile urban consolidation with urban greening and increased canopy cover?

  • Political uncertainty on taxes could hit development

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    The latest State of the Land report by The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) has for the first time in its eight-year history found that uncertainty at the federal level is at greater risk of hurting the property development industry than state-level policies.

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