Posts Tagged ‘Asset’

Proud sponsors of the upcoming PFA conference

This year’s annual PFA conference is taking place in Cairns from the 1st May- 3rd May with a central theme of ‘Divergence and Disruption’. A number of key issues will be explored by industry experts and thinkers, including Dr Peter Ellyard, Tim Church, Victor Hoog Antik and Paul Weightman. The 2016 conference will focus on […]

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Commercial Tenant Default Insurance

A new insurance product that protects against tenant insolvency has recently emerged within the Australian insurance industry. This product is offered exclusively through GSA Insurance Brokers, who provide “Commercial Tenant Default Insurance” to protect property owners against the exposure of tenant default and insolvency. The product is currently available for all types of commercial, retail […]

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Australia most likely to feel China’s tightening on international capital transactions

In a bid to strengthen its current weakening economy, China has begun to tighten its cash controls. The financial move could affect individuals and companies looking to invest in international markets such as the Australian property sector. Although there were no specific changes to China’s foreign investment policy, the Chinese Government has urged banks to […]

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State-wide outdoor smoking bans to change the layout of pubs, cafes and clubs

New smoking laws for outdoor dining venues came into effect on the 6th of July 2015 affecting clubs, hotels, cafes and food fairs. The new law bans smoking within 4 metres of a pedestrian entry or exit of a hospitality venue; therefore creating ‘the 4 metre law’ (NSW Government). Penalties of not abiding by this […]

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Unlocking development potential above shopping centres

Recent decisions by large organisations, Federation Centres and GPT Group, reflect the suggestion that plans to develop air rights and extend retail shopping centres to include residential developments and hotels are becoming increasingly popular.  Presenting as a viable opportunity to combine entertainment facilities, food courts, hotels and residential apartments; the expansions appeals to visitors and […]

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