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1. 23 October 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The WA Economic Regulation Authority issued its final report from a review of the Emergency Services Levy. [Full text]
2. 23 October 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre issued 'Perth's infill housing future: Delivering innovative and sustainable housing'. [Full text]
3. 19 October 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING
The Property Council announced that the majority of its members surveyed believe that urban density is the most important benefit of the Perth Metronet rail project. [Full text]
4. 16 October 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The Property Council said that business confidence in the WA property sector has climbed more than any state. [Full text]
5. 9 October 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TOURISM
The Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre issued 'The Impact of Airbnb on WA's Tourism Industry' [Full text]
6. 5 October 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
The Property Council published responses from candidates nominated for election to the City of Perth Council, in response to a question about boosting the economy and liveability of the Perth CBD. [Full text]
7. 3 October 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / ECONOMICS
The Committee for Perth issued a fact sheet and infographic on the economic performance of Perth and WA. [Full text]
8. 28 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AWARDS / INDUSTRY
The Property Council announced the winners of the WA Property Awards. [Full text]
9. 25 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE
The UDIA and Property Council advocated for the fast-tracked creation of Infrastructure WA and the publication of a WA infrastructure strategy. [Full text]
10. 21 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The Property Council said that falling house prices are indicative of a weak economy, which is why the WA Government must double down on its commitment to driving the State's growth. [Full text]
11. 21 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
The Parliamentary Library issued a briefing on the WA election. [Full text]
12. 18 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / ICT
Senator Dean Smith discussed a possible City Deal for Perth, in Parliament. [Full text]
13. 18 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / ENVIRONMENT
The UDIA WA criticised proposed amendments to federal environmental guidelines relating to three threatened species of black cockatoo. [Full text]
14. 14 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AWARDS
The UDIA announced the winners of its Awards for Excellence for WA. [Full text]
15. 14 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Minister Saffioti announced a taskforce to complete the planning for an outer harbour at Kwinana, south of Fremantle. [Full text]
16. 14 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
Minister Rita Saffioti issued 'State Planning Policy 5.4: Road and Rail Noise' for public comment. [Full text]
17. 11 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Perth Mayor Lisa Scaffidi announced that she will stand down from her duties pending a Supreme Court appeal regarding a tribunal finding of 45 breaches of the Local Government Act. [Full text]
18. 11 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
The WA Planning Commission Call for public submissions on updated guidelines for the lifting of 'urban deferred' zoning. [Full text]
19. 11 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
The Tourism and Transport Forum said the tourism and transport sectors have not been sacrificed in what has proven to be a very difficult Budget for the WA Government. [Full text]
20. 11 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Rita Saffioti announced $1.34 billion for Perth's Metronet rail project. [Full text]
21. 11 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / FINANCE
Treasurer Wyatt announced a four per cent foreign buyers surcharge for residential property in WA. [Full text]
22. 11 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Treasurer Ben Wyatt said the WA Government has identified $3.5 billion of Budget repair and savings measures across the forward estimates. [Full text]
23. 11 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
The WA Budget has been released. [Full text]
24. 7 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE
Premier Mark McGowan announced $129 million for cycling infrastructure in Perth. [Full text]
25. 7 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
The Committee for Perth issued 'Key Facts about Perth & Western Australia'. [Full text]
26. 4 September 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
WA's Landgate released a toolkit for land titling transactions. [Full text]
27. 31 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / FINANCE
The UDIA said that supporting the property market recovery in WA should be a key feature of next week's State Budget. [Full text]
28. 31 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / ENVIRONMENT
The WA Government issued 'WA Coastal Zone Strategy'. [Full text]
29. 31 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The UDIA WA called for mandatory performance reporting on planning matters and development contribution schemes to be included. [Full text]
30. 31 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The WA Government announced the passage of legislation to extend the Auditor General's powers to local governments. [Full text]
31. 31 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
WA Premier and Cabinet released the interim report for a review aimed at improving service delivery, accountability and efficiency in the WA Government. [Full text]
32. 31 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL
Premier Mark McGowan announced the Directors General for eight newly amalgamated WA Government departments. [Full text]
33. 28 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The HIA said that things are anticipated to gather pace during 2018/19 when total dwelling commencements are forecast to rise by 7.2 per cent. [Full text]
34. 28 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The Property Council said the WA property sector is on track for a recovery but it looks like it will take a little longer to fully materialise. [Full text]
35. 28 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / ENERGY / SUSTAINABILITY
The Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre issued 'Power to the People: WA's Energy Future'. [Full text]
36. 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]
37. 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]
38. 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]
39. 7 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The WA Government announced a design competition for the redevelopment of public housing in Hilton. [Full text]
40. 7 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / SUSTAINABILITY / ENERGY
Access Housing opened WA's first solar powered affordable housing development. [Full text]
41. 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]
42. 7 August 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Premier Mark McGowan announced the signing of the WA State Local Government Partnership Agreement. [Full text]
43. 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]
44. 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]
45. 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]
46. 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]
47. 31 July 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / ECONOMICS
PwC issued 'If you build, it will they stay: Capitalising on Perth's boom-time legacy'. [Full text]
48. 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]
49. 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]
50. 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]