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Population Growth

Cities of Tomorrow.
4 weeks ago

Cities of Tomorrow.

By  •  General

The tech giants Google, Apple and Amazon are very keen to be at the forefront of building and planning our future cities and China’s Alibaba has already taken its first …
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MILLENNIALS LOOKING BEYOND 2020
1 month ago

MILLENNIALS LOOKING BEYOND 2020

By  •  General

Next year we will enter the 2020’s and as the local housing market starts to emerge from the its current volatility, population demographics I suggest will have renewed focus.

One …
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Heading for 10 Billion & Little Help from the Kids
5 months ago

Heading for 10 Billion & Little Help from the Kids

By  •  General

The world is heading for a population of 10-billion estimated by 2050, so how will we manage? That’s a topic I saw on TED, then I also noticed another interesting …
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Urban Development – Change is Constant
6 months ago

Urban Development – Change is Constant

By  •  General

Urban development and change are constant partners and the associated problems and challenges are of a nature that cannot be solved neatly, once and for all. Urban environments reflect the …
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Thursday Round-Up
9 months ago

Thursday Round-Up

ESQ Penrith Strong Demand

Penrith is heading into an exciting period of growth with strong demand for new apartments. Last weekend East Side Quarter (ESQ) by CABE was launched by …
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There’s No Place Like Home
10 months ago

There’s No Place Like Home

Australia’s population will very soon hit 25,000,000 we only need to add about 46,000 new residents to get to this figure. Immigration and new births will take care of that.


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Thursday Round-Up
12 months ago

Thursday Round-Up

Renovations Boom

Figures published in the Building and Construction Industry Forecasts from the Master Builders Australia forecasts the boom in home renovations to continue with households an average $8.8 billion/year reaching …
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Thursday Round-Up
1 year ago

Thursday Round-Up

Sydney’s Traffic Congestion

Infrastructure Australia quote the cost of congestion in Sydney is estimated to increase from around $6 billion in 2011 to $15 billion in 2031.

Sydney’s five most …
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THURSDAY NEWS AND TRENDS EIGHT
1 year ago

THURSDAY NEWS AND TRENDS EIGHT

By  •  General

Give Me Land

The Australian Taxation Office’s Agricultural Land Register shows foreign investors held 13.6% of all Australian agricultural land at June 30, 2017. The 5 largest foreign countries owning agricultural land …
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Let’s not Forget the Importance of Population Growth and Demographics

Currently Australia has a population of some 23,640,000 and we are rapidly heading towards the 24 million mark. In the most recent population update issued by the Australian Bureau of …
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