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July 25, 2019Development

5 reasons you need a Land Surveyor

Surveying is an important but little understood part of the building process. Land Surveyors are the link between design and construction. While you may need a land surveyor for a number of different reasons, we've put together a list of five of the most common reasons.

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October 15, 2018Lifestyle

City Life vs Country Life

Melbourne recently got named the world’s most liveable city for the sixth year running after scoring top marks in healthcare, infrastructure and education. However country living is becoming increasingly popular especially among young families, lets look at why:

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November 25, 2016Development

New Bass Coast Child Care Centre, Corinella – Construction Starts Nov ’16

WORK on the $2.5 million Bass Valley Children’s Centre in Corinella will commence this financial year with all the funding now secured and the tender process set. A State Government grant worth $900,000 was secured by the Bass Coast Shire Council, and the council contributed $1,527,128. The community raised the balance. “This is a great project that we will see through to its completion,” Cr Brad Drew said. Cr Clare Le Serve, who has been heavily involved in the project, said she was incredibly proud of the community for its hard work. “They’ve followed this process right from the start. They put forward all the documentation for a feasibility study and then a business case for this centre,” Cr Le […]

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April 22, 2016Economy

The Future of Corinella is Bright

Heritage Bay will become a thriving, welcoming community of fulltime residents, young families, commuters, holidaymakers and retirees nestled within Corinella. Its proximity to other wonderful coastal and rural towns as well as Melbourne makes it extremely attractive to those seeking life by the sea.

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March 20, 2016Investment

Gippsland benefiting from rising capital city property costs

Latrobe City and Baw Baw are experiencing strong price growth on the back of buyers being priced out of the expensive capital city markets. New research from CoreLogic RP Data has revealed a lift in transaction levels and median values in some of Gippsland’s towns along the M1. With good access to employment up and down the inner and outer south east corridor, people are increasingly seeing the value in moving out further, finding more pace, a better and more affordable lifestyle. LandGipps Director David Sowerby said, “We are now finding that traditional growth corridor towns such as Pakenham, Cranbourne, Berwick and Narre Warren are pushing over the $600,000 mark for an average 4 bed house land package on an allotment over […]

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