Sensible heads need to prevail regarding Australia’s immigration policy said the Housing Industry Association, following COAG’s determination to make population planning and management a standing item on their agenda.
“Australia’s enterprise bargaining system has been a major contributor to Australia’s strong economic performance and growth in living standards over the past 25 years. The key merits of the system have not altered over time. It is in the interests of businesses and their employees…
The Property Council of Australia has welcomed the combined statement from a coalition of consumer and welfare organisations calling for stronger action by COAG energy ministers on minimum energy performance standards for new homes.
Additional resources for the construction watchdog highlight the stark reality of the drain on employers and the national economy from unions’ recidivist law-breaking behaviour, says Australian Resources and Energy Group AMMA.
“The strength of new home building in Victoria has once again kept it ahead of New South Wales as the number one state on the Housing Scorecard,” stated HIA’s Acting Principal Economist, Geordan Murray.
Undeniably pleasing on the eye, the new School of Early Learning in North Perth effortlessly blends an iconic 1900’s, red brick federation Police Station with the industrial elements of concrete and steel, creating an inspiring and unequivocally beautiful building.
Master Builders Australia’s Chief Economist Shane Garrett said the latest housing finance data showed that, “The three months to October 2018 were the worst for housing loans to investors in over 5 years.”