Monthly Archives: April 2022

What’s ahead for Australian Property Market articles of interest 🤔

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What are the subdivision costs in Australia?

What are the subdivision costs in Australia? by AKing 13 July 2018 Building Subdivision costs in Australia vary slightly from state to state. The greatest variations in these costs will be state specific planning and application fees, contributions and fees … Continue reading

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The Reserve Bank has left the cash rate on hold at 0.10% for April, but has not ruled out lifting it in the coming months.

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The Reserve Bank has left the cash rate on hold at 0.10% for April, but has not ruled out lifting it in the coming months. Amid a cacophony of cash rate commentary and forecasts, the major…

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Recently, following a review of submissions, the Brisbane City Council endorsed the proposed amendment to the City Plan 2014 regarding rooftop gardens and landscaped greenspaces and has referred the amendment to the Queensland Government for consideration to adopt

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The proposed amendment includes changes across a range of citywide provisions to: encourage the provision of rooftop gardens that achieve required standards to be excluded from the calculation of the maximum number of storeys in medium…

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