Sustainability Front of Mind

Tina Nguyen, Lead Researcher at Preston Rowe Paterson Sydney, and Patrick Cooper, Team Lead of Property Asset and Facilities Management, have recently taken a snapshot of sustainability in the built environment in Australia. Climate change is a phenomenon that continues to impact Australia through the challenges it presents, not only through its impact on society, […]

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Supporting Global Warming Awareness- Chasing Coral

At a recent client function Greg Preston noted that Preston Rowe Paterson Sydney has reaffirmed its commitment to sustainability in the built environment and global warming awareness by screening the film “Chasing Coral”. The film showcases the impact of global warming on the world’s reef systems and reveals the gut wrenching effect of rising sea […]

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Preston Rowe Paterson Sydney office changes name

Preston Rowe Paterson’s Sydney office has, since its inception in 1988, operated under the name Preston Rowe Paterson NSW Pty Ltd. As we now have 27 capital city and regional offices in Australia and four in New Zealand; in order to conform with our national and international naming convention (where each office includes the name […]

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Preston Rowe Paterson Sydney Revitalises “Impressions”

In Preston Rowe Paterson’s 30th year of operation as a firm of International Property Consultants and Valuers, Greg Preston has commented that we have recently refreshed our “Impressions” treatise. This is aimed at conveying the right impression of what we do and, at the same time, conveying our impressions of the markets and economic conditions […]

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Sydney’s Dynamic Food Industry Outlook

Sydney’s Dynamic Food Services Industry The main drivers of the café, restaurant and takeaway food services industry include real household disposable income, convenience of service and location, health, competition and current trends in food culture. When we look at wage growth between 2004 and 2012, figures were around 4%, which allowed consumers to spend more […]

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