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    Monday, 04 May 2015
    FINANCIAL REVIEW: ... Researcher BIS Shrapnel has slashed its construction output forecasts, saying Queensland's decision not to privatise state assets and a slumping iron ore price in WA would curb the civil infrastructure work badly needed to offset declining resources work.
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    Monday, 04 May 2015
    FINANCIAL REVIEW: ... It's not often that I leave my Toorak beauty salon feeling really bad. But so it was last week on an otherwise sunny Melbourne day that I walked from the salubrious confines of the high-end maintenance centre feeling not primped and primed as usual but actually deeply glum.
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    Wednesday, 18 March 2015
    DOMAIN: ... Melbourne's inner city isn't the only area bracing for a surge of new apartments as high-rise creep into the suburbs. BIS Shrapnel research based on Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows there has been a jump in approvals for high-density dwellings (at least four storeys) in suburbs including Brunswick East, St Kilda and Armadale.
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    Monday, 23 February 2015
    BLOOMBERG NEWS: ... SYDNEY, Australia – After spending half their lives here in a four-bedroom suburban house, the Dunkerleys are selling the family home to a developer, who plans to build 141 apartments on the site.
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    Thursday, 05 February 2015
    FINANCIAL REVIEW: ... The biggest building boom in Australian history is going to accelerate, predicts BIS Shrapnel, which raised its forecast for housing and apartment commencements following the Reserve Bank’s interest rate cut.
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    Tuesday, 03 February 2015
    FINANCIAL REVIEW: ... The number of dwellings approved jumped 7.6 per cent in November to their highest level on record, driven by a spike in apartment and townhouses in Victoria and a stronger figure in Queensland.
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    Monday, 01 December 2014
    PROPERTY REVIEW: The residential land market recovery across Australia will be patchy, with Sydney going from strength to strength whilst Perth is heading for a decline, according to BIS Shrapnel....
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    Monday, 01 December 2014
    PROPERTY REVIEW: The pressure on housing affordability and land prices has seeing developers reduce lot sizes by 16-28%, according to BIS Shrapnel....
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