The world’s top upcoming projects

The world’s best unbuilt or incomplete projects have been celebrated at the 2019 MIPIM Architectural Review future project awards By Ted Tabet first published by The Urban Developer Now in its 18th year, the awards are the only competition exclusively celebrating excellence in unbuilt or incomplete projects across a range of different categories. Continue →
Property Trends

Is a capital gains tax something to be afraid of?

Things look good for both residential and commercial property in New Zealand, despite the potential impacts of a proposed capital gains tax, new Colliers International research shows Residential property price growth expectations remain broadly positive, even after the Tax Working Group’s proposal for a wide-ranging capital gains tax.  Continue →


Leading international architect to visit

A world-renowned visionary architect will tour five centres throughout New Zealand in October and November Alvin Huang isn’t yet a household name, but in the world of architecture, he’s rapidly becoming one of the most-respected young innovators in his field. Continue →


Australia’s first CLT plant begins production

Building material manufacturer XLam has set the pace for a timber revolution in Australian construction, the Urban Developer reports, with production officially under way at their newly opened Cross Laminated Timber plant in Wodonga The facility measures 12,000sq m and was announced in 2016, when the $25 million project was originally conceived to fill a gap in the industry responding to the demand for a sustainable, easy-to-use and fast building solution. Continue →
Compliance & Legal

Training & Management

How to rise to the top of real estate in just two years

Wellingtonian Jeh Wasti started his real estate career in 2016 and by the end of 2018 he was Century 21 New Zealand’s Top Salesperson for the Year (for Gross Closed Commission) Jeh Wasti (right) with Century 21 Executive Director Michael Baliviera (left) The 33-year-old was honoured at Century 21 New Zealand’s Annual Awards in Auckland recently. Continue →
All News

Workspace as a Service: workplace for the future

The way we do business has been disrupted; we are now connected everywhere and with everyone, says Regus Country Manager Pierre Ferrandon As employees we can now choose where and when we work, because work is no longer something we do or a place we go but is the overall output that an employee and employer produce. Continue →