Daily Blockbrief – 19 December 2012

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BLOCKBRIEF - 19 December, 2012

Ryde Puts LEP On Ice Yet Again

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RYDE Council has voted to defer its draft LEP 2011 yet again, leaving it until at least February next year to put the major planning implement in place more

Related Companies Founder and Chairman Stephen Ross said Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s proposal to increase the density of office buildings in Midtown East will have little impact on development in the area. ”What is really going to happen in New York is that the growth won’t occur in that area,” Ross said more

Investors and analysts reacted warmly to news of a potential merger between Mirvac Group and Australand on Tuesday, arguing both sides would benefit from the $7 billion union more

Reserve Bank of Australia governor Glenn Stevens says he does not subscribe to the concerns of some international investors about the threat of a local property market crash but warns the nation would be “flirting with danger” if prices surged strongly more


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