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Aerial view of the Liverpool business district: affluence and population growth are the drivers of an expected boom in retail growth according to a new report. Featured
08 September 2012

Liverpool retail boom

By Red Dwyer

RETAIL expenditure in the Liverpool catchment area is estimated to increase by a massive 77 per cent over the next two decades thanks to population growth and increasing affluence.


QUICKSTEP Holdings Limited, a design and engineering, aerospace manufacturing company based in Western Australia, will 

relocate to Bankstown Airport, following an agreement with US-based Northrop Grumman Corporation worth $700 million.


Logistic sector drives growth Featured

GROWTH in the logistics sector is underpinning a recovery in the Sydney industrial market according to a new market review from CB Richard Ellis


Universities reject offers at Liverpool Featured

PLANS to expand tertiary education in the Liverpool area have been rejected.

Liverpool City Council approached the University of NSW, the University of Sydney and the University of Western Sydney but none expressed any immediate interest in establishing a local campus.


06 July 2012

Mortgage Pain

DOUG Driscoll, CEO, of real estate group, Starr Partners, which has offices throughout Western Sydney, said mortgage pain was centred around suburbs like Campbelltown and Ingleburn, which were considered less desirable and have not benefited like other areas from a flight to more affordable housing.


A retail shop is a technical term but covers shops in shopping centres and shopping strip areas. But not all areas are covered.


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