Office Demand Bounces Back
Demand for commercial office space has bounced back in a sign that the market is well and alive despite more staff working from home.
Changes to the Planning Landscape – What a Difference a month makes!
In just the last month:
Sydney’s Tech Central Dream Moves Closer to Reality
Sydney has moved closer to achieving its dream of creating a ‘Silicon Valley’ following approval of anchor tenant Atlassian’s new headquarters and the rezoning of additional...
(Press Release) The World-Leading Helostat Technology Crowning Rhodes Central
It is the glittering golden jewel that crowns Billbergia’s 39-storey tower at Rhodes Central in Sydney’s Inner West. But the striking-looking structure on top of the...
NSW Puts Construction Workers Back to Work
Tens of thousands of construction workers who live in eight local government areas (LGAs) throughout Greater Sydney will be able to return to work on Wednesday...
Hansen Yuncken to Spearhead Combustible Cladding Removal in NSW
A major commercial building company has been chosen to spearhead the removal of combustible cladding on more than 200 apartment buildings in New South Wales.
NSW Reopens Most of Sydney’s Construction Sector
Construction work will be able to restart in Greater Sydney outside of eight local government areas from midnight on Saturday night as the NSW Government partially...
Greater Sydney Tradies and Construction Businesses Now Need a COVID Safety Plan
Tradespeople and construction businesses who operate on unoccupied premises across Greater Sydney will now be required to have a COVID-19 Safety Plan as the sector prepares...
Developers Call for Sydney Construction Sites to Reopen
The head of a key lobby group for property developers has called on the New South Wales Government to reopen Sydney construction sites after the chief...
No threat to Sydney water quality for now
Sydney's drinking water won't be impacted by emergency bushfires burning near Warragamba Dam and elsewhere around the city, authorities say.
Sydney house price fall is slowing: Domain
Sydney's embattled property market may finally be bouncing back after consecutive rate cuts and better lending conditions eased buyer tensions, according to a leading property economist.
Rental prices for Sydney units fall 5%
Rental prices on Sydney units have fallen by almost 5.0 per cent over the year on an influx of new supply but remain "significantly" higher than...
Mascot Towers 'Moving in Downward Motion'
Residents and owners of units in Sydney's troubled Mascot Towers are being assured the building is not sinking, even though an engineer found part of it...
PM Promises $253m for Choked Sydney Roads
Scott Morrison is promising to spend more than $250 million on choked roads and car parks across Sydney and the NSW Central Coast.
Daley Stands by SCG Trust Sacking Threat
NSW Labor leader Michael Daley is standing by his attack on the SCG Trust's board members despite the threat of potential legal action.
Sydney Stadium Legal Stoush fast-Tracked
A Sydney court has agreed to expedite a last-minute bid by a community group to stop the controversial demolition of Allianz Stadium.
Light Rail Critic Launches Political Party
An outspoken critic of the Sydney light rail project has launched her own political party which will run candidates in several inner-city seats at the upcoming...
Cracked Opal Tower to be 'safe to occupy'
Some residents of the cracked Opal Tower in Sydney could be back in their homes as early as Saturday after engineers declared the building safe for...