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1. 17 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / SUSTAINABILITY / REGULATION
The UDIA WA said that innovative and sustainable initiatives such as water and energy saving technologies need to be supported more vigorously by government and the broader public. [Full text]
2. 14 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The UDIA commented on WA Government schemes aimed at assisting first home buyers, following an address by Minister Peter Tinley. [Full text]
3. 7 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HERITAGE
The City of Perth announced a change to rates policy that incentivises the upgrades of underutilised heritage buildings. [Full text]
4. 7 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The WA Government announced a design competition for the redevelopment of public housing in Hilton. [Full text]
5. 7 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / SUSTAINABILITY / ENERGY
Access Housing opened WA's first solar powered affordable housing development. [Full text]
6. 7 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE
Consult Australia issued 'Procurement in WA - Government as 'model client', as a submission to a Commission of Inquiry into government programs and projects. [Full text]
7. 7 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Premier Mark McGowan announced the signing of the WA State Local Government Partnership Agreement. [Full text]
8. 3 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / DESIGN / AWARDS
LandCorp published a video of the four design competition finalists for its 'Step Up' housing design competition for WA. [Full text]
9. 3 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Property Council said that Perth is vying to be top of the list for a new City Deal. [Full text]
10. 31 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / INFRASTRUCTURE / FINANCE
The UDIA said it is very pleased that the Minister acknowledged that the WA Government is unlikely to cut the first home owner grant. [Full text]
11. 31 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / INFRASTRUCTURE / FINANCE
The Property Council called for a commitment to the creation of Infrastructure WA, Partnerships WA and a City Deal, in a pre-budget submission. [Full text]
12. 31 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / ECONOMICS
PwC issued 'If you build, it will they stay: Capitalising on Perth's boom-time legacy'. [Full text]
13. 27 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
Perth's vacant land price increased by 3.7 per cent in the June quarter, according to the UDIA. [Full text]
14. 27 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese said that the Perth Citylink project proves the importance of inter-governmental co-operation on major infrastructure projects. [Full text]
15. 27 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Consult Australia and the Association of Consulting Architects made a submission to the WA Commission of Inquiry into Government Programs and Projects. [Full text]
16. 27 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING
The Property Council said that an announcement by Assistant Minister Angus Taylor that Perth is next in line for a City Deal is a game-changer. [Full text]
17. 24 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / ECONOMICS
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry issued its biannual analysis of the WA economy. [Full text]
18. 24 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The WA Government issued a statement ahead of Local Government Elections on October 21. [Full text]
19. 24 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HERITAGE
The WA Government announced that Fremantle's West End is to be listed in the State Heritage Register. [Full text]
20. 24 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The WA Government issued 'Geraldton Regional Land Supply Assessment 2017'. [Full text]
21. 24 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
The Planning Institute said that WA's draft 'State Planning Policy 2.2: Residential Subdivision' does not sufficiently establish what it is trying to achieve, in a submission. [Full text]
22. 24 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / ECONOMICS
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry issued its biannual analysis of the WA economy. [Full text]
23. 24 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The WA Government issued a statement ahead of Local Government Elections on October 21. [Full text]
24. 24 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HERITAGE
The WA Government announced that Fremantle's West End is to be listed in the State Heritage Register. [Full text]
25. 24 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The WA Government issued 'Geraldton Regional Land Supply Assessment 2017'. [Full text]
26. 24 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
The Planning Institute said that WA's draft 'State Planning Policy 2.2: Residential Subdivision' does not sufficiently establish what it is trying to achieve, in a submission. [Full text]
27. 16 February 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE / ENVIRONMENT
The Greens said that the Senate unanimously passed Senator Scott Ludlam's Order for Production of Documents to compel the Minister to provide evidence of completed environmental surveys for the Roe Highway project. [Full text]
28. 16 February 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
The Property Council listed five urgent policy actions for major parties contesting the WA state election to commit to. [Full text]
29. 13 February 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
December saw a continued decline in new home sales in WA, according to the HIA. [Full text]
30. 13 February 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / FINANCE
The Property Council called on major parties to commit to working alongside industry and the City of Perth to enable building upgrade finance agreements in the Perth CBD. [Full text]
31. 13 February 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / FINANCE
The Real Estate Institute advocated for the abolition of land tax aggregation rules and no further increases to property taxes, in its WA election campaign launch. [Full text]
32. 9 February 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Shadow Minister Rita Saffioti announced that two former senior public servants have completed an independent review of costings and assumptions for the proposed METRONET transport initiative for Perth. [Full text]
33. 6 February 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The HIA and UDIA jointly launched the 'Build Now in WA' campaign. [Full text]
34. 6 February 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION
The Greens said they will oppose proposed amendments to the WA Strata Titles Act which would allow people to be forced out of their homes by a 75 per cent vote of owners. [Full text]
35. 6 February 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Minister Brendon Grylls announced that the WA Government is on track to hit its target of 30,000 affordable homes by 2020. [Full text]
36. 2 February 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING / ECONOMICS
The Property Council called for policies in WA that improve transport connectivity, promote infill and fuel the state's 'growth engine', ahead of the state election. [Full text]
37. 2 February 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / RETIREMENT LIVING / ACCESSIBILITY
The Committee for Perth published an article on the city's first multi-age precinct. [Full text]
38. 30 January 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INDUSTRY
Premier Colin Barnett announced that the total projected revenue from sales at the Elizabeth Quay development in Perth will exceed $300 million. [Full text]
39. 26 January 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / SUSTAINABILITY / WATER
The CRC for Water Sensitive Cities issued a report on the capitalized value of rainwater tanks in the Perth property market. [Full text]
40. 23 January 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / SUSTAINABILITY / ENVIRONMENT / PLANNING
The Property Council recommended the merger of the WA Coastal Protection and Management Act into the state's integrated planning framework. [Full text]
41. 23 January 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / SUSTAINABILITY / ENVIRONMENT / PLANNING
The WA UDIA discussed its EnviroDevelopment program in an article. [Full text]
42. 23 January 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Faragher said that the development of Elizabeth Quay will have a direct economic impact in excess of $2.9 billion in private construction and tourism expenditure. [Full text]
43. 23 January 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Donna Faragher announced appointments to the WA Planning Commission's Infrastructure Coordinating Committee. [Full text]
44. 23 January 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL / TRANSPORT
The Committee for Perth issued an opinion piece ahead of the WA election. [Full text]
45. 23 January 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL / TRANSPORT
The WA Opposition issued '200 Fresh Ideas for WA', including commitments on the METRONET rail network. [Full text]
46. 19 January 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
Curtin University published an article on urban growth in Perth, by Professor Peter Newman. [Full text]
47. 12 January 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / RETIREMENT LIVING / PLANNING
The Property Council said that the next WA Government needs to introduce retirement living housing targets for councils to plan for increased housing supply. [Full text]
48. 12 January 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Albert Jacob welcomed a Federal Court decision to refuse an interim injunction on the construction of the Roe Highway Stage 8 in Perth. [Full text]
49. 9 January 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INDUSTRY / REGULATION
The Property Council called for the privatisation of building permit certification in WA. [Full text]
50. 5 January 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Opposition Leader Mark McGowan announced a policy to scrap the proposed Roe 8 and Perth Freight Link road projects. [Full text]