Posts Tagged ‘Sydney’

The Goodman ‘good+network event’, August 27th 2015

We are thrilled to have sponsored the Goodman ‘good+network’ women’s event last Thursday which raised a whopping $24,000 on the evening for the 2015 National Hard Hat Campaign. All funds raised went directly towards helping homeless young people rebuild their lives. The evening was attended by over 130 like-minded professional women who networked, engaged with […]

Read Full Story

State-wide outdoor smoking bans to change the layout of pubs, cafes and clubs

New smoking laws for outdoor dining venues came into effect on the 6th of July 2015 affecting clubs, hotels, cafes and food fairs. The new law bans smoking within 4 metres of a pedestrian entry or exit of a hospitality venue; therefore creating ‘the 4 metre law’ (NSW Government). Penalties of not abiding by this […]

Read Full Story

Looking Behind the Headline Figure

Whilst there are a number of houses in Sydney selling for over $1million, and is considered one of the most expensive market to purchase a house in Australia, the headlined median price of $930,000 does not necessarily apply to the overall Sydney market. The headline median price reflected the average price of houses that was […]

Read Full Story

Two welcomed additions to our Property, Asset and Facilities Management Division

Preston Rowe Paterson Sydney is delighted to announce we have two new additions in our Property & Asset Management team; one of which, Elizabeth Duncan, is a returning employee having worked for the Preston Rowe Paterson Sydney team from 2010-2013. We welcome Elizabeth back as an Associate Director where she oversees the Property & Asset […]

Read Full Story

Infrastructure expected to create emerging locations

Development, investment and business opportunities are expected to arise from the boost to infrastructure spending announced in the 2014-2015 Federal Budget.  Over the next decade the large volume of road and rail projects will improve mobility and congestion amongst major cities; as a result we will see cheaper emerging locations in Western Sydney, Melbourne and […]

Read Full Story