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Waterside Gosford site on the market
9 June 2023

New Hong Kong Macau Australian Pty Ltd owners of the 50-70 Mann Street, Gosford development site (better known as the Frogys Site) have placed the property on the market engaging agents JLL in conjunction with Highland Project Marketing to offer the property for sale via Expressions of Interest closing Wednesday 21 June 2023 at 4.00pm.

Sawmill Erina The development sold out
9 June 2023
Demand for industrial and commercial units across the Central Coast remains strong evidenced by the success of the recently completed first three stages of The Sawmill development on the corner of Central Coast Highway and Avoca Drive, Erina. A joint venture between property developer Stevens Group and Miles Property Pty Ltd, owners of The Sawmill site saw sales off the plan for 58 units in the Stage 2 of the development all sold well in advance of completion.  Stage 1 being a BP Servic...
Council needs to get message on need for industrial land
3 May 2023
Two articles in this issue of CCBR highlight the region’s chronic need for industrial zoned land which is aggravated by Council’s reluctance to get the message and support developers trying to bring land to market. Our article on Page 17 – Warner Business Park hot property followed by a report on the recent Valuer General’s new land valuations on Page 20 – Industrial land values jump 46% in 12 months, should be all the evidence that Council needs to change their...
Modern Manufacturing Commissioner visits Coast manufacturers
3 May 2023
The NSW Modern Manufacturing Commissioner, Lisa Emerson visited manufacturers on the Central Coast in late March hosted by Central Coast Industry Connect (CCIC). Ms Emerson was welcomed to the Central Coast by CCIC Chair Ian Hemphill and CCIC Executive Director Frank Sammut who provided her with an overview of the manufacturing industry across the region along with the activities of CCIC and highlighting the importance of manufacturing to the region’s economy. The group visited facili...
Icare looking to hike workers comp premiums by 33%
3 May 2023
A report by Adele Ferguson in the Sydney Morning Herald of 21 April that the NSW workers compensation scheme outfit icare (Insurance and Care NSW) is over a billion dollars in the red and is asking the new State Government to approve a premium hike of 33% should be a major concern to every employer in the state. The issue was first brought to light in November last year by the SMH but ignored by the Liberal Treasurer and Finance Minister. It says NSW Treasury has raised concerns about the f...

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