Victoria Builder Suing CBA over ‘Ponzi Scheme’
A Melbourne property developer is suing the Commonwealth Bank for millions of dollars over a "Ponzi scheme" he says was carried out by accountants living luxury...
Developers ‘Cash-in’ with Micro-Flat’s in Hong Kong
With its marble-clad lobby, sweeping balcony views and sleek, modern decor, Donny Chan's apartment building would seem the kind of upscale tower most young Hong Kong...
Tripartite Contracting: Our Biggest Barrier
The idea that your common law rights are being upheld and respected in the construction industry is potentially one of the greatest misconceptions in Victoria.
Cowboy Developers Get off Easy
The "cowboy" developers who illegally demolished an historic Melbourne pub have been handed another $15,000 fine for failing to cover up dumped asbestos.
Cowboy Developers Offer to Rebuild Heritage Pub
Developers who illegally demolished an historic Melbourne pub say they will rebuild it.
Rogue Developers Dump Dangerous Asbestos
Developers who illegally destroyed a Melbourne pub and then allegedly carted dangerous asbestos through the city have been labelled "a bunch of rogues" by the state...
Alberta Looks to Help Condo Buyers Bound by Construction Delays
According to various ministers 'Right now the scales are tipped in favour of the developer and the industry.
Will Cash Strapped Gov’ts Trade Floor Space for Infrastructure Funding?
Just imagine a new version of Private Public Partnerships in a few decades' time, where developers are asked to provide schools, health centres, parks and key...
Development Risk in New Zealand
For the last couple of years, there has been a clamour by most opposition political parties for the government to do something about the rampaging Auckland...
Queensland in No Rush to Ban Developer Political Donations
Lapsed laws to ban property developer donations to political parties in Queensland will be reintroduced within the next six months, but not immediately, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk...
Victoria Govt Takes Cowboy Developers to VCAT
The developer 'cowboys' who illegally destroyed a Melbourne pub will be hauled before the planning tribunal in a bid to force them to rebuild it.
Melbourne Wants Development Partner for Queen Vic Market
Plans to transform the Queen Victoria Market precinct and add as much as half a billion dollars in new property to the area are fast gathering...
Stockland Primed to Deliver Stronger-than-expected Results
A booming housing market and strong retail spending help deliver Stockland a rise in full year earnings.