Panel members have again deferred making a decision on whether to approve a controversial $2.1m childcare centre, the fourth such centre to be considered this week.
State and Federal building grants have enabled residential developer Peet to record a strong half-year and double profit.
A Chinese billionaire is selling his East Pilbara cattle station — just the fourth time in a century the property has been put up for sale — to focus on his WA wine business.
There are calls for short-term incentives such as land tax rebates to help entice investors back into the market, as economists predict prices could jump 12 per cent this year.
Perth has marked its first major sales campaign of the year with the listing of the city’s AMP building, which is expected to fetch at least $230 million.
China’s growing financial influence over WA is set to be symbolised with a new rooftop sign on Allendale Square.
The Takeovers Panel has squashed a hostile bid for property management group The Agency after finding gaping holes in funding disclosures.
WA has a swag of excellence to be proud of, as the Urban Development Institute of Australia Awards has recognised.
Westfield shopping centres owner Scentre Group has crashed to a full-year loss of $3.7 billion after the value of its malls were written down.
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The lid on trade prices is set to be lifted this year, with expectations of significant increases for some trades.
Administrators have been brought in to oversee a further 45 companies tied to one of Australia's biggest construction businesses, Grocon.
A new tenant on Perth’s exclusive King Street is proving the shopping strip still wields plenty of retail pulling power — and confirms booming local demand for premium-brand sneakers.
Iconic Perth pub The Flying Scotsman is set to take flight, with the new name of the reimagined venue now revealed.
The State Government has been accused of failing in its responsibility to protect homeowners, after telling a family to seek justice in court over their sinking house.
Patient 903 still has coronavirus, but the WA economy has recovered. What could muddy the construction sector waters now?
The State may be in a building and infrastructure boom, but there are looming insolvency fears as labour shortages hit and the price of supplies rocket.
A $165 million 25-storey building in Burswood that rises above nearby Crown Towers is set to replace an old office block as part of plans to meet growing demand for office space outside the CBD.
The shift to the eastern fringe of the CBD ends efforts by at least eight ministers over 30 years to find a better alternative to the 60-year-old asbestos facilities for agency staff
It’s lights, camera, action for a “game-changing” $30 million residential redevelopment of the old Lyric Theatre in Maylands.
Building and construction group Mirvac says Australia's response to the pandemic paves the way for increased confidence in the sector in the months ahead.
Primewest goes retail with pitch to mum-and-dad investors after decades of syndication among networks linked to bosses John Bond, Jim Litis and David Schwartz
The State Government has denied flaws in laws covering site inspection, saying a Yanchep family with a sinking home must seek recourse through the courts.
WA’s tremendous community spirit has kicked in, with more than 150 tradies to rebuild — for free — some of the homes lost in the bushfire.
On a monthly basis, construction firms are now on average 44 days late paying their bills, compared with a 35-day delay in December.
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