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Cultural coup for thriving Alkimos

A collection of about 20 naturally formed limestone pinnacles will be preserved at Alkimos. And they are so culturally significant that the State Government is working to revise development plans for the Yanchep Rail Extension to ensure Romeo Road is realigned to avoid the significant discovery. Noongar leaders have confirmed the pinnacles, which have notContinue reading “Cultural coup for thriving Alkimos”

Renewed calls for stamp duty reform

Low interest rates and a stable pandemic environment means Western Australia is experiencing one of the strongest real estate markets in the country. But, according to Jones and Co director Kelly Jones, the market could be even more buoyant if the stamp duty barriers weren’t so prohibitive. “We meet many locals who would appreciate the chance toContinue reading “Renewed calls for stamp duty reform”