As Melbourne grows, the supply of appropriately located, zoned and serviced land for industrial development is tightening, and brings new challenges to acquire and/or develop land. Here are some key legal considerations we have seen … Continued
Entitlements, bonuses and commissions Developers commonly offer commission or bonus schemes as part of their contractual arrangements with sales employees and contractors. The reasons are obvious: incentivised pay attracts high quality talent, drives and motivates … Continued
The major Australian banks have made a strategic withdrawal from funding commercial property development in Australia. Previously the major banks had a market share of circa 85 percent of the $50 billion annual property finance … Continued
As the Canberra landscape changes, property owners and developers are increasingly looking to undertake infill projects or regenerate existing properties. These projects usually cannot proceed without a variation to the Crown lease, either to add … Continued
Following our recent Developer Series event, ‘Emerging trends in development and the role of owners corporation agreements’, panellist Alex Cook shares his thoughts on tips for developers setting up a Management and Letting Rights structure. … Continued
Since our last update on the Government’s proposed reforms to the Environment Protection Act 1970, the Environment Protection Amendment Bill 2018 (the Bill) was passed by Parliament on 9 August 2018. This Bill represents the … Continued
In recent years, we have seen a number of clear trends in mixed-used property development: international influences, including acceptance of apartment living, international participants in the property development industry, international buyers and international marketing strategies/channels … Continued
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