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1. 24 April 17VICTORIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / DESIGN
Minister Wade Noonan announced the appointment of Vincent Chrisp Architects to design the Morwell Hi-Tech Precinct in Victoria's Latrobe Valley. [Full text]
2. 24 April 17VICTORIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The Property Council said the Victorian property industry is being bolstered by strong population growth and low office vacancy rates. [Full text]
3. 24 April 17QUEENSLAND / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The Property Council said that there are positive capital growth expectations for the Queensland office market for the first time in three years. [Full text]
4. 24 April 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
NSW industry confidence has dropped 5 index points from March to June, according to the Property Council. [Full text]
5. 24 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / INDUSTRY
Confidence across the property sector has lifted to its highest level since 2014 according to ANZ and the Property Council. [Full text]
6. 20 April 17QUEENSLAND / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Slower payments, reams of red tape and more expensive housing will be the outcomes of the Queensland Government's proposal to mandate project bank accounts, said the Property Council. [Full text]
7. 20 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The Property Council said that building activity data released by the ABS last week confirms more newly-built units were completed over the December 2016 quarter than houses - the first time on record. [Full text]
8. 20 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / DISABILITY
The report is available online. [Full text]
9. 20 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / DISABILITY
UNSW said that research conducted by the Social Policy Research Centre has found that shared home ownership schemes for people with disability bring potential benefits but also expose people to debt risks. [Full text]
10. 20 April 17FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / RETIREMENT LIVING
Professor James Giesecke and Research Fellow, Jason Nassios, said that Australia's superannuation system already channels a significant proportion of retirement savings into housing, in an article published by The Conversation. [Full text]
11. 20 April 17ECONOMICS / FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The Property Council analysed the findings of the latest global Skyscraper Index from Knight Frank. [Full text]
12. 20 April 17ECONOMICS / FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
Rae Dufty-Jones from Western Sydney University discussed the housing affordability debate, in an article published by The Conversation. [Full text]
13. 20 April 17ECONOMICS / FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
Tax experts from the Grattan Institute, Griffith Business School and Curtin Law School discussed ATO data for 2014-15, in an article published by The Conversation. [Full text]
14. 18 April 17VICTORIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / DISABILITY
Minister Foley invited residents, families and carers in specialist disability accommodation to share their views on how their rights can be protected in the transition to the NDIS. [Full text]
15. 18 April 17QUEENSLAND / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
ATO data confirms the importance of negative gearing to Queenslanders, according to the Property Council. [Full text]
16. 18 April 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
Minister Anthony Roberts said that ABS quarterly building activity figures show more than 60,000 homes were completed in the state in 2016, more than any time in history. [Full text]
17. 18 April 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
Infrastructure Partnerships said that the long-term lease of the NSW land registry functions is an Australian first, delivering billions for new infrastructure and setting the scene for NSW to increase infrastructure funding in the June budget. [Full text]
18. 18 April 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Treasurer Dominic Perrottet announced that the NSW Government has entered into a binding agreement with Australian Registry Investments to operate LPI's titling and registry services. [Full text]
19. 18 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS / HOMELESSNESS
Senator Doug Cameron said that Labor's roundtable meeting on housing and homelessness has emphasised the need for reform on a range of fronts to address the housing affordability and homelessness crisis. [Full text]
20. 18 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The HIA said that during the March 2017 quarter, the HIA Affordability Index improved by 1.9 per cent and is 1.2 per cent better than this time last year. [Full text]
21. 18 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / RETIREMENT LIVING
The REIA has urged caution in the actions of regulators and banks to limit bank lending in an attempt to dampen investor demand for property in Sydney and Melbourne. [Full text]
22. 18 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / RETIREMENT LIVING
Shadow Minister Katy Gallagher said that retirement savings are too important to become a source of internal division within the Government. [Full text]
23. 18 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / RETIREMENT LIVING
Shadow Treasurer Bowen said that the Australian Government's 'housing for super' proposal would see Australians retire with less superannuation and with the family home exempt from the pension assets test, an increasing number of Australians would clai [Full text]
24. 18 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Property Council said that the figures confirm that the bulk of Australians who negative gear have taxable incomes below $80,000 a year. [Full text]
25. 18 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen said that ATO data shows that the group of property investors who own at least five properties is growing at triple the rate of the group of investors that own just one. [Full text]
26. 18 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The HIA said that while the strong level of building activity at a national level continues to paint a rosy picture for the state of play in the sector, the disparities between states continue to play out. [Full text]
27. 13 April 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Strategic reductions in stamp duty and making home buying more affordable is an excellent initiative to kick-start economic growth in WA though construction, according to the Property Council. [Full text]
28. 13 April 17SOUTH AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Property Council said that South Australians are paying almost $40,000 when they move to a new house, creating a major impediment to the efficient use of the state's housing supply. [Full text]
29. 13 April 17VICTORIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ENVIRONMENT
Minister Lily D'Ambrosio announced a new investigation has been launched into the management and conservation of public land in and around central western Victorian forests. [Full text]
30. 13 April 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / DESIGN
Minister Anthony Roberts said that the NSW Government is exploring the possibility of building entries from the Missing Middle Design Competition as low-rise medium density demonstration homes. [Full text]
31. 13 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / AFFORDABLE HOUSING
PowerHousing said that adopting the UK bond aggregator model will open streams of institutional funds to increase the supply of social and affordable housing. [Full text]
32. 13 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Shadow Minister Anthony Albanese said ABS construction data highlighted the need for increased infrastructure investment in the Budget. [Full text]
33. 13 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The ABS issued additional information on building approvals for February. [Full text]
34. 13 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The volume of loans for new homes dropped back by 1.2 per cent during February for the second consecutive month, said the HIA. [Full text]
35. 13 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The ABS issued data on housing finance for February. [Full text]
36. 13 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
National Shelter said that there is no evidence that curbing the excessive generosity of tax concessions will raise rents and called for a national plan led by the Commonwealth. [Full text]
37. 13 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Using super to help first-home buyers enter the housing market would drive prices higher and lead to poorer retirement outcomes for young people, according to the Institute of Superannuation Trustees. [Full text]
38. 13 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Cbus said that the Federal Government could take immediate action to address housing affordability by bringing forward plans to facilitate investment by superannuation funds into the market. [Full text]
39. 13 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The UDIA is concerned that some measures do not go far enough and other measures, especially those being executed by regulators, could deliver unintended consequences to markets such as Perth and Adelaide where demand stimulus is needed. [Full text]
40. 13 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Property Council said that housing supply across Australia is hindered by government property taxes and charges, unnecessary red tape, and planning systems that were built to constrain growth rather than facilitate it. [Full text]
41. 13 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Assistant Minister Michael Sukkar said that Shadow Minister Bowen has refused to come clean on the impact Labor's proposal to abolish negative gearing will have on the Australian housing market, particularly in Western Australia and regional communities. [Full text]
42. 13 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen and Senator Doug Cameron said that the Turnbull Government is turning its back on a generation of young Australians who have been locked out of the housing market. [Full text]
43. 13 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Treasurer Scott Morrison addressed the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute. [Full text]
44. 10 April 17VICTORIA / PLANNING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
Minister Jacinta Allan announced the formal commencement of Development Victoria. [Full text]
45. 10 April 17VICTORIA / PLANNING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
Victorian Planning Authority CEO Peter Seamer listed the state's fastest growing suburbs and local government areas. [Full text]
46. 10 April 17VICTORIA / PLANNING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
Minister Richard Wynne released draft framework plans for the Sunshine, La Trobe and Monash National Employment and Innovation Clusters. [Full text]
47. 10 April 17VICTORIA / PLANNING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The Victorian Planning Authority released its State of the State for the March quarter and said that Victoria has 10 years' worth of land available to be developed. [Full text]
48. 10 April 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION
The Tenants' Union of NSW issued a report on the effect of Airbnb on the private rental sector in NSW. [Full text]
49. 10 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Greens Senator Peter Whish-Wilson called on the Government to release capital gains tax modelling taken to Cabinet in February 2016. [Full text]
50. 10 April 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
CoreLogic summarised the changes announced recently by APRA and ASIC in relation to mortgage lending practices. [Full text]