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Sunday, 23 November 2014 19:09

ALDI'S EXPANSION CONTINUES

Liverpool centre typifies national growth

By Red Dwyer

THE leasing of space in the refurbished Miller Central shopping centre, near Liverpool, by ALDI, is an example of the giant German supermarket chain’s extensive expansion plans in Australia.

Saturday, 15 November 2014 19:12

PARRAMATTA WORKERS CLUB

Development Plan referred for decision

A PLANNING proposal to rezone the former Parramatta Workers Club to permit a range of land uses including a place of public worship has been referred to NSW Department of Planning and Environment, seeking a conditional Gateway determination.

Sunday, 26 October 2014 08:07

APARTMENTS IN HILLS

Council wants them family-friendly

THE Hills Council wants to encourage apartments in the shire - as long as they are more family-friendly than proposed State Government regulations allow.

Thursday, 25 September 2014 16:44

MAJOR HAWKESBURY UPGRADE

New Grose River bridge closer to reality

A NEW Grose River Bridge is the cornerstone of a $55 million infrastructure package being proposed as part of the heritage-listed Redbank housing development at North Richmond.

Thursday, 25 September 2014 07:57

COUNCILS COURT PARTNERSHIP

Outer west considers strategic alliance

BLUE Mountains, Hawkesbury and Penrith Councils are considering forming a strategic alliance to best represent the common interests of their communities.

Sunday, 21 September 2014 18:39

TOWERS EXPANSION GETS THE NOD

Plan to create largest shopping centre in NSW

By Di Bartok

CASTLE Hill is set to get be the largest shopping centre in NSW with the Hills Shire Council giving the nod to the latest part of the plan for the Castle Towers redevelopment.

Tuesday, 26 August 2014 19:39

PARRAMATTA DIVESTMEMT PROGRAM

Prime CBD sites could fetch $150m

By Red Dwyer

THE NSW government plans to put two A-grade buildings in the Parramatta CBD on the market as part of its ongoing divestment program in the expectation they could fetch up to $150 million.

Wednesday, 06 August 2014 01:58

ILLEGAL BUILDING WORKS

Growth being hampered, say councils

By Di Bartok

ILLEGAL building works are hampering housing growth in the west, claims Holroyd Council, which is leading the fight to ensure there is not an increase in the number of dodgy buildings and structures dotted throughout western Sydney.

Friday, 01 August 2014 17:14

BUSINESS SUMMIT LAUNCHED

Stellar line-up tackles region's future

LOCAL businesses and special guests gathered at the Novotel Norwest for the media launch of the Small Business Summit for Greater Western Sydney, a major event scheduled for Wednesday, October 8th this year, hosted by the Sydney Hills Business Chamber.

Monday, 28 July 2014 20:23

HEIGHT ATTRACTS INVESTMENT

Holroyd cuts red tape for developers

WHILE areas such as Liverpool, Camden and Blacktown continue to rezone rural areas to allow for green field development, increased building height limits in Western Sydney's urbanised town centres are attracting major residential and commercial investment, according to Holroyd City Council.

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