Billionaire Harry Triguboff has put a $10 billion price tag on his property development empire.
Archive for month: October, 2014
Meriton’s owner Harry Triguboff has put a $10 billion price tag on the apartment development company he founded more than 50 years ago. He told ABC business reporter Pat McGrath that he intends to sell all, rather than part, of the company to overseas interests if agreement can be reached on the price.
The Mr Fluffy insulation saga has turned a corner and is offering personal solutions to more than 1,000 Canberra home owners, the ACT Asbestos Taskforce head Andrew Kefford said.
Westpac’s senior economist Justin Smirk says increased retail competition is making it hard for stores to pass on price rises from a falling Australian dollar.
Building activity in Wangaratta is showing signs of significant growth, with an increase in the number of building permits issued over the past 12 months.
Co-founder Robert Prestipino says many investors want to get involved in projects that will build the social value of regional towns. Full story here
Rural Australia could potentially attract more investment towards infrastructure projects under a new funding model which has been launched online.
The cost of buying and demolishing Canberra houses contaminated with deadly Mr Fluffy loose-fill asbestos insulation could reach $1 billion, the ACT Government says.
New South Wales has taken Western Australia’s position as the strongest economy in the country.