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Buying Business – What to consider with fixtures and chattels

Buying Business - TREN eMagazine - Quaint business village displaying fixtures and chattels to think about before signing contract to purchase

Buying business with fixtures and chattels When buying business and thinking about chattels, one may think of such things as moveable personal property such as clothes, furniture, and appliances as opposed to more permanent fixtures such as homes and buildings. https://townsvillerealestatenews.com.au/buying-business-fixtures-chattels/ Common Law Fixtures and chattels refer to the things that are included in

Townsville property tycoon entertains national railway operator in multi-use land development

Townsville Commercial Property Tycoon - Satellite view of the old freight railway yards acquired by Honeycombs with site of North Queensland Stadium on the bank of Ross Creek in foreground

Townsville property 2nd largest multi-use land development Townsville property developer, Honeycombs Property Group and railway operator Aurizon have reached a partnership agreement to develop 19.3 hectares of disused land of the former freight yards at South Townsville adjacent to the proposed North Queensland stadium. The site was earmarked by the State government

Development frenzy emerging between local builder alliance and national property retailers

Development of retail space at Townsville shopping centres

Development Local Alliance A development frenzy has emerged between Townsville City's local builders, State government subsidiaries and the "Big 3" major shopping centres who are upgrading brands, defending loyalty and seducing retail tenants with competitive prices against the central business district (CBD) around the North Queensland Cowboys Stadium. Townsville's CBD revitalisation initiative

Commercial property in Townsville found gasping for owner-occupiers

Townsville Commercial Property Report

Commercial Property Report Commercial property in Townsville is lingering at the bottom of the property cycle, leading property valuation firm Herron Todd White (HTW) has identified in its August 2017 property market review across the nation, finding Townsville and three other major centres are gasping for demand as owner-occupiers snatch up

The Ville Resort-Casino redevelopment in sprint to Commonwealth Games

Post redevelopment impression of The Ville Resort-Casino in Townsville North Queensland

The Ville in the Game The Ville Resort-Casino in Townsville North Queensland is in a sprint to complete it's $35 million redevelopment before the start of the 21st Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast in 2018. World-class resorts and casinos are the epitome of grandeur, and wealthy high fliers from all corners

Treasurer sparks free market concerns over Domain Central $6 million revamp

Treasurer Pitt announced site of Queensland Investment Corporation Domain Central retail shopping centre building revamp

The Queensland Treasurer announced in an official press release that works on a revamp of over 1100m2 of the Domain Central shopping centre car park at Garbutt will create 110 jobs for the City as two new buildings are constructed. Treasurer Curtis Pitt is being accused of deliberately misrepresenting his directions to

Battery Gigafactory Global Consortium Investigates Financial Viability of Townsville

Workers inspect Battery Gigafactory Photo thanks: Green Tech Media

Townsville City Council (TCC) has announced they are buying an equity stake in a global investment consortium using council land to build and operate a foreign owned $2 billion battery Gigafactory at Woodstock. The Council owned land is 40 kilometres west of Townsville on 400 hectares that included the former CSIRO Lansdown

Council chambers development exposes false international bank representation

UK Prime Minister David Cameron speaking at Big Society Capital

Breaking story International banks are setting up global networks of "intermediaries" like the NSW-based Eastbrook Medical Centres (EMC) who have purchased the old Thuringowa council chambers site in Kirwan. They plan to develop 132 residential units and to recruit finance "actors" in the community to team up with trusted professional partners as

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