Projects

  • Construction begins on $100 mil pharmaceutical facility in SA

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    Construction begins on $100M pharmaceutical facility in SA

    Construction has officially commenced on a $100 million purpose-built facility for a pharmaceutical company — Noumed Pharmaceuticals — based within Terre Property Partners’ Nexus North Industrial Estate i... more

  • Luxury apartment project breaking records in Sydney

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    Luxury apartment project breaks records in Sydney

    With more than $100 million in sold apartments, a premium residential complex located between Bondi Junction and Woollahra is setting new sales records. The first phase of the Centennial Collection, develope... more

  • WA government delivers major school upgrade for Willetton

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    WA government delivers major school upgrade for Willetton

    A $15.6 million state-of-the-art classroom block delivered by the WA government has been officially opened at Willetton Senior High School. The new three-storey classroom block includes 22 general classrooms... more

  • New WA police force State Operations Command Centre now active

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    New WA police force State Operations Command Centre now active

    Western Australia's new State Operations Command Centre (SOCC) has officially opened, providing enhanced management, tactical intelligence and technical capability to support frontline officers and agency staff... more

  • Construction begins on $100M pharmaceutical facility in SA
  • Luxury apartment project breaks records in Sydney
  • WA government delivers major school upgrade for Willetton
  • New WA police force State Operations Command Centre now active

Paddington revival continues with Verona redevelopment

Plans have been unveiled for the mixed-use redevelopment of Paddington’s iconic arthouse cinema Verona - continuing the revitalisation of Oxford Street with exciting new retail and rooftop dining, and the addition of new boutique commercial office space to the strip. It represents the first ever large-scale commercial office offering in Paddington, delivering over 3,500 square metres of state-of-the-art workspaces and retail, set to capitalise on the surge of demand for premium office space on the city fringe. Prominently located at 17 Oxford Street, the 1,138 square metre corner site was snapped up by private development companies WT Malouf and Fenbury…
Midland and Airport Line to temporarily shut down in WA

Midland and Airport Line to temporarily shut down in WA

The Midland and Airport Line will be shut down for 10 days as part of essential rail alignment works for the new METRONET Bayswater Station and Morley-Ellenbrook Line projects. During the shutdown, essential works will see the relocation of the Midland Line to a new alignment and platform at the Bayswater Station. When train services resume, the trains travelling away from Perth CBD on the Midland and Airport lines will be available from platform four on the newly completed northern side of Bayswater Station, while services to Perth will continue from platform one. After the shutdown, platform two, which had…
Upgrades to the New England Highway in NSW

Upgrades to New England Highway in NSW

Seamless journeys are on the horizon for motorists who use the New England Highway, as work on safety upgrades commences at Burning Mountain, north of Wingen. The NSW government is investing $3 million to deliver the highway upgrade — which will include stabilising and resealing the existing road pavement, as well as making improvements to drainage. NSW Regional Transport and Roads Minister Jenny Aitchison said: “This highway is an important link in our road network for residents, local industries and tourism and this upgrade will ensure safer and smoother journeys for the 6000 road users who use this corridor each…
Major construction commences on Princes Highway corridor project

Major construction commences on Princes Highway corridor project

A significant milestone for the New South Wales south coast road corridor will soon be reached as major construction begins in the coming weeks on the Jervis Bay Road Intersection Project at the Princes Highway intersection with Jervis Bay Road at Falls Creek. The Australian government has dedicated $100 million toward the project, with the remaining $64 million to be provided by the NSW government. The project is being delivered as part of a $2.55 billion program of jointly funded investments in the Princes Highway including the Milton Ulladulla Bypass corridor. The project is the second within the corridor to…
NSW South Coast BTR homes to receive $5 mil boost

NSW South Coast BTR project to receive $5 million boost

The NSW government will provide a $5 million boost to deliver an additional 10 dwellings for the South Coast Build to Rent project, helping to increase housing supply and deliver more rental housing. NSW Minister for Planning and Public Spaces Paul Scully said: “We’re working on building as many houses and units as possible to alleviate housing shortages and make renting an option for people in regional NSW. “The truth is we don’t have enough well-located, well-designed or well-built homes for people in NSW, which is why we’re making investments in Build to Rent and getting Landcom on the job.”…
Hall Road Upgrade open months ahead of schedule

Hall Road Upgrade open months ahead of schedule

Major works on the Hall Road Upgrade are now complete, with drivers, pedestrians and cyclists set to benefit from improved journeys in Melbourne’s outer south-east – nine months ahead of schedule. This means 17,000 daily motorists can now use Hall Road’s 5.2 kilometres of new lanes and signalised intersections at McCormicks Road, Taylors Road, Western Port Highway, and Evans and Cranbourne-Frankston roads. The Hall Road upgrade project was delivered by equal funding of $141.25 million each from the Australian and Victorian governments. Final asphalting works will be completed in March, with minor close-out works underway until late 2024. VIC Infrastructure,…
Multi-million-dollar food manufacturing centre open in WA

Multi-million-dollar food manufacturing centre open in WA

A new innovative food manufacturing centre, which is set to open in Western Australia, will help boost local food and beverage manufacturing, as well as drive growth in the state's value-added food production. The WA government has invested $12.2 million into the establishment of the Sustainable, Innovative Food Technologies (SIFT) Centre located within the Food Innovation Precinct of WA (FIPWA) in the Peel Business Park at Nambeelup. The SIFT Centre is projected to grow the state's local value-added industry, create more than 150 direct jobs, and inject around $100 million into the economy. In 2021 the state government made an…