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Mundaring home looking for a family

ON a 2001sqm block in Noblewood Estate this four-bedroom, two-bathroom home could attract families who want to enjoy entertaining and the use of a powered workshop while being close to modern amenities. The brick and iron home, designed by the ...

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New dwelling approvals fall in WA

FOLLOWING two consecutive months of increases, total new dwelling approvals declined during May as a result of weakness on the multi-unit dwelling side of the market. The Housing Industry Association said compared with April, total new dwelling approvals fell nationally ...

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Charming cottage has big family room

WITH jarrah floors, high ceilings and an extension, which added a big family room, this Koongamia cottage has plenty of charm. Lovingly restored the three-bedroom, two-bathroom cottage has white picket fences and an elevated timber-decked front veranda. The home has ...

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Apprenticeship numbers in freefall

AS traineeship and apprenticeship numbers fall Australia cannot afford to alienate a generation of youth by denying them access to a successful trade career, according to the Housing Industry of Australia. The association’s industry policy and media chief executive Graham ...

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Need to check imported building products

ALL political parties should recognise the importance of local manufacturing industries that are working to produce high quality and compliant building products, according to the Housing Industry Association. The association’s building development and environment senior executive director Kristin Brookfield said ...

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New land Bill a plus for industry and buyers

NEW legislation introduced to State Parliament will support the timely release of new subdivided lots, enabling developers to invest while providing better protections for buyers, says Lands Minister Terry Redman. Mr Redman said the Sale of Land Amendment Bill 2016 ...

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Property for horse lovers

ON the Perth side of Gidgegannup and about 20 minutes to Midland with paddocks and shelters this property could suit a family of horse lovers. There is also the potential for someone who wants to start their own equine business ...

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Next government must act

THE incoming Federal Government must act to reverse the rapidly declining number of apprentices across Australia, says the Housing Industry Association. The association’s industry policy and media chief executive Graham Wolfe said alarming apprenticeship statistics released by the National Centre ...

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Bushmead blocks on sale in July

PROPERTY developer Cedar Woods Properties is launching its Bushmead development six years after purchasing the Hazelmere land, which is north east of the Perth CBD. Cedar Woods acquired the former Department of Defence site in July 2010 and has managed ...

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Report positive about infill

THE Property Council’s newly launched report, #designperth, gives developers a new tool in helping overcome community and government fears about infill development. Property Council WA executive director Lino Iacomella said #designperth, a joint study with the Australian Greens, CODA Architecture ...

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