It was Walt Disney of Disneyland fame who said:- “Times and conditions change so rapidly that we must keep our aim constantly focused on the future”. With all that has occurred in 2020 and more recently with the pre-Christmas stark reminders of the fragility of the COVID-19 health and economic perspective (given Sydney’s Northern Beaches […]Read Full Story
Posted date: December 22nd 2020 . Author Anna Antoine .
The Central River City: Embracing a new lifestyle and environmental assets for a smart, well-connected city – Three Cities Metropolis Vision (Part 2)
Posted date: November 25th 2020 . Author Anna Antoine .
As part of Preston Rowe Paterson Sydney’s business strategy for 2021, we have put together a suite of blogs about the Three Cities Metropolis Vision plan from the Greater Sydney Commission. The below blog focuses on The Central River City and its core, the Greater Parramatta. The Greater Parramatta is ‘Australia’s tiger economy’1, it is a […]Read Full Story
The Eastern Harbour City: Leading global property investment gateway and competitive financial capital to transform the property sector – Three Cities Metropolis Vision (Part 1)
Posted date: October 29th 2020 . Author Anna Antoine .
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a catalyst for change in many industries and professions – accelerating trends, intensifying challenges, and renewing the urgency for digital transformation and technology adoption. Current market forces, combined with COVID-19, have created significant uncertainty for property investment and development. Government infrastructure projects have been accelerated to stimulate employment. In Australian’s […]Read Full Story
Posted date: October 8th 2020 . Author Anna Antoine .
As we plan for life after COVID-19, we need to take into account the lessons that we have learned about ourselves, how we live and the way our city works and turn them to our economic advantage. Sydneysiders will have to reimagine the way they are living. Dreaming of a world in which commuting to […]Read Full Story
Posted date: December 12th 2019 . Author Gregory Preston .
On the geopolitical front, Greg Preston commented that the 2019 British election result on December 12 has seen a resounding mandate to the Tory Party and Boris Johnson to finally bring some sense to Brexit into 2020. This together with the likelihood of a resolution to the US/China trade wars and the refreshed North America […]Read Full Story