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1. 24 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The UDIA said its March quarter new land market data shows the average price in Perth is up 4.9 per cent over the last 12 months. [Full text]
2. 21 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT
Minister Rita Saffioti said the State Budget includes more than $134 million for new bike and pedestrian paths, as part of an integrated transport plan. [Full text]
3. 21 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shelter WA welcomed the WA State Government's urban infill project, 'The Precincts,' more information is needed on how the project will increase social and affordable housing supply. [Full text]
4. 21 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOMELESSNESS
Shelter WA released a WA State Budget analysis focusing on affordable housing and ending homelessness. [Full text]
5. 17 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / INDUSTRY
The UDIA said the property industry welcomed the opportunity to partner with the WA Government. [Full text]
6. 17 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / INDUSTRY
Premier Mark McGowan announced a partnership opportunity for the private sector to deliver medium-to-high density urban infill developments in Bentley, Joondalup, Beaconsfield and Cannington over the next 15 years. [Full text]
7. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INDUSTRY / EDUCATION
Minister Sue Ellery announced the WA Government will remove the resource industry's exemption from contributing to the Building and Construction Industry Training Fund. [Full text]
8. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HERITAGE
Minister David Templeman announced a WA Budget investment $4 million of sales proceeds of restored heritage buildings to continue the Heritage Revolving Fund. [Full text]
9. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Saffioti said the WA Budget includes a $3.2 billion investment for road infrastructure and maintenance initiatives. [Full text]
10. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Minister Saffioti announced the introduction of the Railway (METRONET) Bill 2018 into State Parliament. [Full text]
11. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / TRANSPORT / INFRASTRUCTURE
Premier McGowan and Minister Rita Saffioti announced a $3.6 billion investment in Perth METRONET projects in the WA Budget. [Full text]
12. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / TRANSPORT / INDUSTRY
Premier McGowan and Minister Peter Tinley said the State Government, in partnership with local industry, will invest $394 million in social and affordable housing projects to complement METRONET. [Full text]
13. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shelter WA said the WA Government's Social and Affordable Housing Package does not go far enough. [Full text]
14. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The Real Estate Institute welcomed the WA Government's decision not to increase property taxes in the WA Budget but said it includes no new initiatives to address housing affordability or reinvigorate the property sector. [Full text]
15. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
The WA Council of Social Service said the release of the Federal Budget will increase pressure on the State Budget to address the needs of households facing hardship. [Full text]
16. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Real Estate Institute said data for the March quarter reveals Perth's rental market is leading the property market recovery. [Full text]
17. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Property Council said housing affordability remains a critical issue across Australia and the Federal Budget does not include direct measures to tackle the issue. [Full text]
18. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Property Council said an opportunity was missed to attract foreign investment with the increase in the proposed foreign stamp duty surcharge. [Full text]
19. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The UDIA said the WA Government underestimates the impact that the increase to the Foreign Buyers Surcharge could have on WA property market recovery. [Full text]
20. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / ECONOMICS / ENVIRONMENT / REGULATION
Minister Stephen Dawson announced Budget measures for an improved cost recovery model to help speed up environmental approvals and support economic growth. [Full text]
21. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
Hawker Britton released a Budget overview. [Full text]
22. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
Premier Mark McGowan and Treasurer Wyatt said after a contraction in 2016-17, growth in the WA economy is expected to rebound to 2.5 per cent in 2017-18 and 3.25 per cent in 2018-19. [Full text]
23. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
The WA Budget papers are online. [Full text]
24. 14 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / GENERAL / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Ben Wyatt delivered the WA Budget. [Full text]
25. 7 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The Greens said regional development must be a focus in the WA Budget. [Full text]
26. 7 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
UDIA WA said the WA Government must commit to investigating the introduction of a broad based land tax system to replace current regimes. [Full text]
27. 3 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Shelter WA urged the State Government to recognise that investment in housing will deliver Budget repair, and result in better economic, health and education outcomes. [Full text]
28. 3 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
UDIA WA said Anglicare's 'Rental Affordability Snapshot' is evidence that the state government must leave property taxes alone this state budget. [Full text]
29. 3 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The HIA said WA experienced the strongest increase in new detached house sales during March 2018 with an increase of 26.2 per cent occurring during the month. [Full text]
30. 3 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The Property Council said planning for high and medium density housing precincts needs to happen now to avoid housing shortages in the next boom. [Full text]
31. 3 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE
UDIA WA said the Federal Government's announcement of additional infrastructure funding for WA is recognition of the needs of WA's growing population. [Full text]
32. 3 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese said a Shorten Labor Government will boost infrastructure investment with an extra $1.6 billion over just two years. [Full text]
33. 30 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / ECONOMICS / HEALTH
Shadow Treasurer Bowen said it is the equivalent of taking WA's GST share from 47c to 50c. [Full text]
34. 30 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / ECONOMICS / HEALTH
PM Turnbull, Treasurer Morrison and Minister Mathias Cormann said the Government will invest an additional $188.9 million in WA's hospital infrastructure in the 2018-19 Budget, to top up its GST share. [Full text]
35. 30 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE
Shadow Treasurer Bowen and Shadow Minister Albanese discussed projects Labor has committed to from the 'Fair Share for WA Fund'. [Full text]
36. 30 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE
PM Malcolm Turnbull and Premier Mark McGowan said $3.2b in the Budget will facilitate $5.4b in WA infrastructure development. [Full text]
37. 26 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / LOCAL GOVERNMENT / REGULATION
Minister David Templeman announced the appointment of legal practitioner Anthony Power to conduct the formal inquiry into the City of Perth. [Full text]
38. 26 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The HIA said Perth is the most affordable city in Australia at present according to its latest HIA Affordability Index. [Full text]
39. 23 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / INDUSTRY
The Property Council said there is rising confidence in the WA property industry with reports that project work is expected to increase in the next 12 months. [Full text]
40. 23 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / INDUSTRY
The Property Council said the ANZ/Property Council Survey shows business confidence in the WA property industry is at the highest level in five years. [Full text]
41. 23 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
WALGA said suspension of the Strategic Assessment of the Perth and Peel Regions could threaten the environment and cause planning and development uncertainty in the greater metropolitan and Peel areas. [Full text]
42. 23 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
Shelter WA said the City of Fremantle's forward thinking aligns with that of Shelter WA's of providing more diverse and affordable housing choice within Perth's urban fabric. [Full text]
43. 23 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
The City of Fremantle approved a new approach to infill housing in suburban areas, the 'Freo Alternative - Big Thinking about Small Housing'. [Full text]
44. 23 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
The WA Department of Communities Housing said that micro lots under 100sqm in Ellenbrook are set to challenge the traditional idea of what comprises a 'family home'. [Full text]
45. 23 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
The WA Planning Commission is seeking submissions to its draft 'Position Statement for Housing on Lots Less Than 100 Square Metres'. [Full text]
46. 19 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
REIWA said that negative gearing benefits such as promoting investment in rental properties and increasing the supply of new housing, which is essential to accommodating a growing population. [Full text]
47. 19 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING
The UDIA WA countered claims by the City of Fremantle that a 100 per cent urban infill target would save the government $30 billion in infrastructure costs. [Full text]
48. 19 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE
IPA submitted a proposal for Infrastructure Western Australia. [Full text]
49. 16 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOMELESSNESS
End Homelessness WA released: 'The Western Australian Strategy to End Homelessness'. [Full text]
50. 16 April 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
REIWA said lots less than 100 square metres provide an affordable entry into the property market while still allowing the freedom of green title housing. [Full text]