Western Australia

WA Regional HotSpots Land Supply Update 2015

WA Regional HotSpots Land Supply Update 2015 – Bunbury and Newman & Tom Price

Prepared as part of the Urban Development Program, the Regional HotSpots series sets out to assess land for future residential, industrial and commercial uses and identifies the planning and infrastructure requirements needed to meet demand across selected regional centres in Western Australia.

The Bunbury and Newman & Tom Price reports include information on:

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Delivering Directions 2031 – Report Card 2014

The Delivering Directions Report Card provides a progress report to inform the West Australian Government and the broader community about the effectiveness of state and local government and the development industry to deliver a metropolitan-wide program of planning and development initiatives to achieve the outcomes sought by Directions 2031.

The 2014 Report Card is the third snapshot of the progress of a program of planning and development initiatives being delivered by the state and local governments. The report cards follow the release of the government's strategic plan for the Perth and Peel regions – Directions 2031 and beyond – in August 2010.

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Western Australia - Land Supply and Housing Activity – September Quarter 2014

The Western Australian Land Supply and Housing Activity bulletins bring together various measures and indicators that enable policy makers to understand the supply and demand factors of the land and housing market.

The bulletins cover measures of housing finance, dwelling construction, lot sale prices and volumes, rental vacancy rates, and the full range of measures in the land subdivision process – including conditional and final lot approvals, and the developer's stock of lots with current conditional approval.

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'What Perth Wants' – Community attitudes towards housing choice and future development

This research was commissioned by the Conservation Council of Western Australia and multi-residential property developer Psaros – working in partnership with the Property Council of Australia – to understand community attitudes towards housing choice and the future development of Perth city and its surrounds. 

A total of 542 respondents living within a 10-kilometre range of the Perth CBD, including its inner urban suburbs, participated in an online research panel for the quantitative research stage. This was followed by a qualitative research stage involving focus groups selected from within the group of research panel respondents. The research was undertaken by social research provider Ipsos during June and July 2014.

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